Closeouts. Your hands won't leave the comfort zone when protected by Auclair's Night Owl mittens. Made with PrimaLoft® insulation and soft fleece lining, they keep hands warm and comfortable in frigid weather.
Low-bulk PrimaLoft® insulation is wind resistant and breathable, and dries faster than down
Reviewed by Nori from Grasshopper Creek Montana on Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Good down to about 10 degrees for extended periods. With hand warmer packet should be good for -40 or so. Unlike most gloves and mitts marked XL, these actually fit size XL hands. Reflective surface is extremely effective; important when around traffic or in rescue situation.
Reviewed by Snaji from Ellicott City, MD on Monday, July 23, 2012
Love these mittens. I may end up using them in the snow while shoveling the driveway, but I purchased them for playing golf in cold weather (between shots, with hand warmers). I'm very surprised and impressed with the quality. At this price, it's hard to beat.
Reviewed by Mega-walker from Minneapolis, MN on Monday, March 5, 2012
I walk my dog for 1.5 miles every morning in Minnesota during the winter. The mittens are very reflective, making them very useful for my early morning walks in the dark. I noticed that the limit for warmth is about 10F. Great mitten for the price!
Best Uses: Skiing walking
Cons: Cold below 10F, Wrist doesn't seal well
Pros: price, Seems built well, Soft fleece on the inside, Very Light Weight, Very reflective
Reviewed by mottman from Germany on Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Good pair of mittens; my first actually, as I am a glove person. These are warm and lightweight. Slightly bulky. Highly reflective! I bought to use while skiing or biking in very cold weather. Their bulk might be slight detractors, but the reflectivity is nice on the bike.
Cons: No strap or buckle, Slightly Bulky
Pros: Good Fit, Good Quality, Highly reflective, Warm
Reviewed by The careful consumer from NYC Area on Tuesday, January 10, 2012
I've used these mittens daily for a week or so and really like them. They are lightweight but really warm. The mittens are a sliver color and seem to reflect light well - a safety factor since there are no sidewalks here. I am not sure if they are strong enough for skiing since I only use them for walking.
Reviewed by JSK from Louisville, KY on Wednesday, December 28, 2011
These mits are excellent for the price. When I wear them I'm always rubbing the liner with my fingers inside the mit it feels so soft! They're very warm and the reflective finish on the outside is nice.