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When it comes keeping young racers warm during early-morning training runs, nothing does the job quite like the Reusch Noram Jr Training Mitten. The cowhide exterior and fiberfill insulation work to keep fingers dry and warm while a US Ski Team Logo on the back of the hand provides the motivation to keep working towards the ultimate goal.

  • Cowhide exterior with synthetic gusset and cuff provides reliable weather protection on the course
  • Fiberfill insulation works to keep hands toasty warm
  • Micro Bemberg and fleece lining is soft against skin and wicks away sweat
  • Reinforced cowhide palm provides a sure grip on ski poles
  • Sensetec padding protects the hand against impacts
  • Zipper closure provides a snug fit to keep snow out
  • U.S. Ski Team logo on the back of the hand serves as goal-oriented detail
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Great mitt

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

We bought this mitt for our son because he was complaining about cold fingers in his other cheap REI mitts. These Reusch mitts feature super-durable construction, high quality leather and a really nice liner. He has spent multiple days out on the hill in these mitts, ranging from super cold to heavy and wet snow with zero complaints. My only problem with the mitt is that it doesn't feature a wrist closure which seems to be a missing element across the Reusch line. These gloves WILL come off in the event of a high speed yard sale.

Best Gloves for Tow Ropes

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got these for my two little skiers who ski at a local hill using a tow rope. EVERY pair of gloves we've ever used have gotten shredded within a few weeks. These Reusch gloves keep them warm and are durable enough to withstand the tow ropes. LOVE them.

Good mitts

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My 7 year old likes these mitts. We originally bought the glove version, but when temperatures dropped to the teens and single digits, the mitts are much warmer. The main downside is that there are fingers inside the mitts, making it harder to curl up your fingers on a cold day and making inserting hand-warmers seemingly impossible.