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Gordini Stash Lite Touch Mitt Review

Gordini Stash Lite Touch Mitt

As the winter season approaches, for many it is time to get out the cold weather running gear such as gloves and mittens. For others, myself included, who have perpetually cold hands in all seasons, we keep a pair of running gloves or mittens readily accessible for all seasons. The Gordini Stash Lite Touch Mitt has been my go to ...

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Columbia Snow Stryker Softshell Glove Review

Columbia Snow Stryker Softshell Glove

There are a number of companies on the market that make quality winter gloves.  In the last few years, Columbia decided that it would step up to the plate and compete with the outdoor technical big dogs by not only making basic snow and ski gloves, but technical gloves and mittens which more advanced skiers and snowboarders would like to ...

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The North Face Gonzo Mitt Review

The North Face Gonzo Mitt

When The North Face says this is the biggest, baddest, mitten they have ever made, I was very interested to see if this statement came from the designers or the marketing department.  This is a pretty big statement for a company that has been making some serious gear for a long time now.  The mittens name is The North Face ...

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Astis Mittens Review

Relying on good-old-fashioned, native ways to keep your hands warm may raise some eyebrows in this high-tech era, but if it worked for the rugged Cree Indians, it can certainly work for modern man. It’s no secret that mittens are warmer than gloves, and the Cree tribes that inhabited the areas around northern Minnesota, North Dakota and Montana back in ...

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Mammut Arctic Mitten Review

Mammut’s Arctic Mitten features a combo of 600-fill goose down and synthetic fill. Together, the insulation is designed to keep your hands toasty regardless of the temperature or type of adventure.  I am a good mitten/glove tester because my hands are typically colder than most, even when sitting around the evening fire. Therefore, I have been putting the Arctic Mitten ...

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POW Women’s Feva Glove Review

POW is a Seattle based glove company that produces three major hand wear lines: ski, bike, and golf. This ski season we have had a few testers wearing the POW Feva glove, designed for women. For starters, our tester felt that the sizing was a bit snug; while testing out a medium, she was wishing that she had a large. ...

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Outdoor Research Women’s Remote Glove Review

Outdoor Research touts their Women’s Remote Glove as their warmest glove within the newly created sidecountry product category. Sidecountry gear is designed for those that may stretch the limits of their resort skiing and take an occasional backcountry or out of bounds adventure. The Remote Glove is available in Men’s and Women’s models. As a gal with cold hands all ...

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Kombi Women’s Downy Mitt Review

I may not have grown up on the slopes as a ski racer, however I have always wanted a pair of leather mitts to look like one. Fortunately, Kombi’s Downy Mitt fits the bill and then some. The Downy Mitt is super warm and looks pretty stylish too. The Downy Mitt is available in white, brown, and of course your ...

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Mountain Hardwear Hydra Glove Review

Mountain Hardwear Hydra Glove with Outdry

As the temperatures and the snow has started to fall, the Mountain Hardwear Hydra Glove has come to save your hands and fingers from the cold and the wet.  With an Outdry liner, these gloves are sure to keep out water and moisture, keeping your hands from getting damp, wet, and cold.  Outdry is a waterproof liner that is welded ...

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