Closeouts. Grandoe's Hybrid mittens place extra warmth where you need it most during cold-weather sports -- your fingertips. Macro Cap technology places an additional insulating layer around your fingertips to keep them toasty warm.
Reviewed by Leslie in Xenia from Ohio on Monday, March 3, 2014
These mittens live up to their claims of waterproof and insulated. I bought them as part of my Valentines Day present for my husband, and with temps in Ohio continuing to be especially cold this winter, he has put them to good use, mostly in shoveling our walkway and driveway. He also has had frostbite in his fingertips and so this was a valuable feature when I ordered them
Reviewed by Chilly Paws from Western Maine on Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Not warm at all. Took them outside and put one on one hand and one of my ski gloes on the other. The ski gloves were warmer and they are the ones I wanted to replace. You can feel the cold come through the mitten and, despite the description, there are no insulative properties in the fingertip area, at least none I could detect. I purchased a pair of Auclair mittens that have more insulation and an internal glove liner. much better for below zero Maine snow shoveling.
Reviewed by justanaveragejoe from northern minnesota on Thursday, January 9, 2014
XLNT MITTENS! It's been frigid uo here in minnesota this winter. a lot of the country has gotten a litle taste of it this year due to that [...] polar vortec! Thede mitts are comfy, light and toasty in the -30,-49,-50 below wind chills. The leather palms have good grip on the steering wheel too. I would recommend these to everyone.
Reviewed by Albert from Gainesville, FL on Tuesday, March 12, 2013
These are well made mittens, very warm, especially at the fingertips, nice fit (true to size), good wrist straps to keep cold and snow and rain out, and still allows for hands to do what needs to be done. No so thick as to be clumsy. Because these seem about the right price on sale (around $31), I bought another pair for my wife.