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Canada Goose Arctic Down Mitten F15 - Men's

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    Arctic Down Mitten F15

    Whether you’re hitting the slopes on a frigid day or postholing your way toward a frozen summit, the Canada Goose Arctic Down Mitten F15 protects your hands from the harsh, wet cold. A Hipora waterproof breathable insert backs up the tough nylon shell, and high-quality goose down keeps winter’s icy grip at bay. The gauntlet cinch cord and webbing cinch strap seal out cold air and snow while the grippy palm helps you hang on to your poles or axe.

    • Item #CDG0035

    Material
    textured nylon
    Insulation
    down
    Style
    gauntlet
    Closure
    drawcord
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, expeditions, mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    >Rating: 5

    great for skiing

    Size Bought
    MEDIUM
    Height
    5` 10"
    Weight
    155 lbs

    I took fingered winter gloves ($40 pair ) and then also these deluxe mittens to Steamboat last year. Thank GOD I had these because after 2 days with blizzard conditions and the wind chill, the cheap fingered gloves did not cut it. I had to use these down mittens! When I went dog sledding for 2+ hours and was driving the sled, the cold actually did creep into the top 1" and leave my tips cold, but it was a 15 degree wind chill. I'd say there's a threshold in temperature where this is not good enough, but for downhill skiing it was great.

    >Rating: 5

    so far so good

    Familiarity:
    I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    Fit:
    True to size
    Size Bought
    Medium
    Height
    5` 8"
    Weight
    135 lbs

    I bought this as a gift to my cousin who's got into snowboarding this year. So far, no complaint. Will Update

    >Rating: 5

    Best gloves ever!

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:
    True to size

    I have purchased many expensive gloves and they have never lived up to my expectations. These do and they actually keep my hands warm in very cold weather. They are Great!

    >Rating: 5

    Great for the slopes

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:
    True to size

    So these are one of my new favorite ski mitts. I have always been a glove guy for skiing, but recently have had problems with cold digits and decided a mitt was going to have to be the way I need to go. When I first got these I was concerned I would not get a nice grip around my poles, but after a few outings they really broke in and felt like they packed down so I get a better grip. Though they packed down, I don't feel like I lost any insulation. Now I don't notice a difference between these and a traditional glove. The glove themselves is much softer and flexible than a traditional leather. The nose wipe is very soft and has a lot of coverage. The gloves fit over my jackets pretty well so I have good coverage. The palm grip is durable and gives you excellent grip to poles and or anything else you may be gripping. I use these pretty comfortably down to 0, and have not had any problems with freezing digits since. I would not recommend these for altitude accents, as they just don't have that 0 drop factor, but for around the resort and some backcountry skiing endeavors, these are a great glove for the job. I have large hands and typically wear a large to Xl and I wear an XL in these comfortably.

    >Rating: 5

    Very Warm Mittens

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:
    True to size

    The quality of construction is excellent. The fit & sizing are excellent. The gauntlet tie works very well. There are no cold spots when you tighten them properly. I suspect these mittens will last a long time. Anything made by Canada Goose is expensive, but performs at the top of its class.

    >Rating: 2

    not warm

    For the money these mittens cost, they should keep my hands warm, but they don't! I have a pair of goosedown mittens I bought about 25 years ago & even tho they are pretty well worn out, they are still much warmer than this pair.

    >Rating: 1

    Very poor mitt

    I am currently working in Nunavut canada and ordered a pair of these mitts to go along with the Canada Goose coat i have ( snow mantra) The coat is just amazing, the mitts....... horrible. The mitts are not even made in Canada lke the coats and Canada Goose should be ashamed of themselves for even allowing this product on the market. The company has a great rep because of the high quality coats and rightfully so because the coat i have is just amazing, i would sleep on Santa's door step for a month in the mantra.

    What exactly are the problems with the mitts, other than not being made in Canada?

    not all that warm and they are too short to fit tightly over my jacket plus they have no "idiot cord"

    There is actually an "idiot cord" on these. It is the extension to the zip cord. I use these when I ski and they keep my hands toasty down to 0 pretty easy. If your working in conditions below this then maybe you should check out Marmots expedition mitts or Rabs Endurance down mitten http://www.backcountry.com/rab-endurance-down-mitten?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6ZG93biBnbG92ZToxOjQ6ZG93biBnbG92ZQ expedition gloves. Canada Goose also makes an expedition glove that I have which is pretty bomb. All of these are rated to well below 0 and I have had no problems on any expedition I have taken them on above 20,000 ft. where the mercury really drops.

    >Rating: 5

    Warm hands without heaters

    I have Reynaud's syndrome, so I am delighted to report these really work--I've now worn them in Montana and New Hampshire. I also like the fact that they are waterproof and do not have a leather palm to get soggy with snow.

    i too have reynaud's and need to use heaters with these mittens to keep my digits warm

    >Rating: 5

    Canada Goose Down Mitten

    I used Hot Finger gloves on my morning walk, but they don't get the job done below 10 above. We got hit with a really, nasty cold streak here in MN where it was well below zero for 2 weeks straight. I bought these to keep my fingers warm and boy do they work! The first day I had them it was 14 below zero and my hands were sweating the entire time. If you need warms hands in frigid weather, they are worth every penny.

    >Rating: 5

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    This mitten is very warm and keeps my hand dry! They are even too warm for hiking with snowshoes or backcountry skiing, but suffering from Raynaud it is nice to find a mitten that really keeps my hands warm!

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    >Rating:

    I am looking for the warmest clothing, for -50 or better. If you could make recommendations for coat, pants, hat, mittens (gauntlet style) all of this in 3xxx and boots in size 12. This would be appreciated

    >Rating:

    I'm looking for a mitten for my daughter...

    I'm looking for a mitten for my daughter that always seem to have cold hands while skiing in Whistler. My question is 'how' much down do they insert in to these mittens.

    I believe the down fill is 625. For 100$ these should be very warm gloves.

    >Rating:

    Hi, how warm are these mittens? I've tried...

    Hi, how warm are these mittens? I've tried the Northface Nuptse mittens but it didn't convinced me. Do they have an inside glove? Live in the Northern Rockies where it might be -10. Isabelle

    There is no removable liner aka inside glove. They should be warm enough for that most stuff that says its rated for expeditions are rated down to -20. This all depends on how warm your hands are tho.

    sorry not made in canada but outdoor reasearch mitts are awsome buy at campers village or valhalla.

    >Rating:

    is the mitten liner a mitten or a glove?...

    is the mitten liner a mitten or a glove? and can it be removed?

    It's a mitten, and the specs. even say it can't be removed. Down fill 625.