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Take cover with Dynafit's weather-resistant, insulated Storm Overglove. Alone or in combination with a fleece glove or liner, this overglove provides stormproof protection, essential grip and comfort, and convenience, like the finger openings for dexterity-demanding tasks.

  • Polyester with DWR coating repels water to keep you dry
  • PU-coated palm side provides durable weather protection
  • PrimaLoft insulation lines the back of the hand and thumb for optimal warmth
  • Moisture-wicking and antibacterial-treated micro-Bemberg polyester lining helps prevent sweat and stink
  • Goatskin-reinforced thumb provides strength, durability, and grip
  • Grip zones on palm side give you purchase on pole or anything else you want to securely hold
  • Finger openings allow freedom of movement for fingers while maintaining warmth
  • For superior warmth, wear in combination with the Dynafit Speed Glove
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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I'm using these in combination with the Dynafit Radical Windstopper gloves. Got them both in a medium and they work well together. I have always worn mitts when it got super cold but always ended up taking them off to futz with skins and bindings and everything. With these I just pop my hand out and do whatever needs to get done then back into the cozy warmth cocoon. I'd say they will be good down into the single digits and teens if you are skinning and have the furnace stoked. Had them out in -15F earlier this week and definitely got cold after about and hour. Even with the rest of my body trying its best to keep me comfortable.


  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs small

A pretty neat concept of the hole in the palm. I like the fact that you dont need to constantly take the entire mitt on/off and can just poke your hand through the hole. However the "primaloft" and DWR "waterproof" coating leave something to be desired.

A great Idea executed moderatley