Closeouts. Engineered for extreme conditions, Grandoe McKinley mittens are suitable for tackling their namesake peak, thanks to a Dri-Gard® waterproof breathable membrane, a removable fleece inner glove and 40g Thinsulate® insulation.
Reviewed by Liz from Traverse City on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
These seemed to be the perfect mittens. Used the sizing chart online: medium and large didn't fit my husband. Ended up sending back for a refund out of frustration. You probably can't go wrong with an XL.
Reviewed by gorgeguy from Portland, OR on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
I really wanted to like these, mostly because of the attractive looks. However, the glove within a glove system just felt "doughy" and hard to grip anything. Definitely warm but if you intend to use your hands for cold weather activities, I think you'll find these cumbersome.
Reviewed by SnowMountainsRiversGuy from Jackson, WY on Saturday, December 29, 2012
I bought these to replace an aging pair of mountaineering mittens I use mainly as backups in the bottom of my backcountry ski pack. Mittens come in handy when it is super cold, when you need to use your hands for digging snow unexpectedly, etc. I prefer gloves for everything else, but it is pretty key to have mittens, too. These are amazingly warm, and yet it is still fairly easy to do things while wearing them, which is often a problem with big thick mittens, at least for me. Love the removable liners which will always dry faster. They seem well-built, similar to a pair of Grandoe gauntleted ski gloves I bought last year and LOVE. They should last a long time as they won't be my primary hand protection. As always, the STP price was the deal-closer for me. It would be hard to pay the suggested full-retail price for these mittens.