Nothing can ruin a day on the slopes faster than cold and numb hands – that’s why we wanted to share some of our favorite mittens for skiers and snowboarders. These mitts are sure to keep your hands warm, dry, and protected all winter long. Make cold hands a thing of the past and slip your hands into a fresh pair of ski mittens!
Fresh from Japan, Oyuki is not only a cool brand, but they make some of the warmest mittens for skier and snowboarders. The Chika Mitt features goatskin leather that wears extremely well in both senses of the term, and the Gore-Tex® membrane fights the wind and moisture like nothing else. Add in some burly PrimaLoft® Gold insulation for extra warmth and you have one hardy, yet classy set of mitts.
Can’t decide between mittens or gloves? Meet in the middle with the Burton AK Clutch Trigger Mitts. Combining the dexterity and functionality of a glove with the warmth of a mitten, the AK Clutch Trigger Mitts up the ante by integrating GORE-TEX® membranes that're enhanced with Gore Active technology. The result is increased breathability, keeping your hands from getting soaked from the inside-out. Ergonomic, touchscreen compatible, and warm enough to handle all but the chilliest sub-zero days
Stay warm and look good. These Dakine mittens match up 230 grams of Primaloft insulation with simple and sleek styling that combines leather with GORE-TEX. These will keep you paws nice and toasty even on the coldest of days, and you can tuck the cuff under your jacket to keep the snow out and maintain that sleek and stylish look.
Seth Morrison has been charging some of the biggest lines around the world for decades. From Alaska to the Alps, these are the mittens that he wears. Get the added dexterity of the separated pointer finger, and the warmth of mitts. Plus, Hestra is synonymous with quality, having made some of the best ski mittens for a long time.
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