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Get your hands baked.

Jackson Hole's a cold, rugged place, which is why you'll see so many locals sporting the Flylow Oven Mitt in the tram line. The tough but supple pigskin leather stands up to thousands of pow-day high-fives and 12oz curls, and the waterproof treatment and elastic cuff keep the water out even when you spend the day getting completely barreled.

  • Pigskin leather
  • SnoSeal waterproof treatment
  • Elastic cuff

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3 5

they alright

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i sometimes get the feeling they made these from scrap, the pair i received vary in thickness of the leather, they wax i received to rub into these mittens smelt like a fish market... (no joke) sometimes found my hand being wet and cold, but then again other days these worked perfect. they certainly have a working temp range. though they are good bang for the buck i certainly can say that. i still find myself using them daily. they are quite durable

5 5

Warm, Dry, Affordable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been wearing these gloves since Flylow first started baking them in their warehouse in Denver. They're warm, dry and the price doesn't break the bank. I'm on the mountain almost everyday of the winter and at the listed price of $40 dollars I feel pretty good come spring when they are finally a little less waterproof and warn. I've made the mistake of "investing" in more expensive gloves in the past and take my advice, its just not worth it with gloves like this on the market.

5 5

Hot Hands

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Utah's last winter was mild to say the least. Warm temps made the snow slushy. I like to pretend that I'm surfing on my snowboard so big slashes force me put my hands in the snow.
These gloves kept my hands dry and warm. Most of the time they were taken off while on the lift to cool down.
I never got the chance to wear them on a day with temps below 25 degrees, so I can't say how they hold up on a harsh day.

5 5

WARM

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I got these as a gift for a friend, but she loves them! They are really warm!! I believe they run a little small/tight so you may want to go up a size.

5 5

Warm!!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These gloves are the best value. I'm a ski instructor and use these 4 days a week. Been in freezing cold 5-15 f. And in the rain and 55. They've killed it in all conditions. Good waterproof warm temp regulated gloves. I wear liners from my other mittens in the really cold.

4 5

Hot Hands

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i've really put these to the test, countless days snowblading dragging hands across the snow for maximum style points to blower pow in Japan. the only problem i ever had with them is that they do tend to get a little wet even a few days after applying wax to them. but for sunny cold days these mittens are all time. good bang for the buck

5 5

Oven

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Had them out in the single digits in VT, and rave about the Ovens.

4 5

Hot out of the Oven

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love these mitts. They look super classy. They are super warm. Have surprisingly good grip. They started soaking up water after the first year of use. Coated them with some sno-seal and they are as good as new. For the price they can't be beat. Simple to use. No straps or fancy zippers. These are just a good classic mitt, that makes me happy every time I get to use them.

Hot out of the Oven

How do these fit compared to last year's model?

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The fit has remained the same every year and will remain so.

How warm are these mittens? My hands get extremely cold skiing. What is the lining and what is the lowest temperature they withstand?

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They're pretty warm. I wear them outside walking my dog in the winter and at cold football games. I'd say they're pretty comfortable in 15-20 degree weather, but haven't tried much colder

5 5

all time greatest

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got the blue ones, I cried when i saw them. I put them on and the leather was soft enough to wipe my tears of joy.
A nice mid weight leather mitt is hard to find. People love to comment on the blue!

all time greatest