Closeouts. Powered by Macro Cap technology, Grandoe's waterproof, insulated Two Pounder ski mittens add warmth at the fingertips, and thanks to a Heat Retention Core, they retain 21% more warmth without adding bulk.
Reviewed by Lizzie Med Student from New York on Friday, December 13, 2013
Like a previous reviewer, I also have Raynaud's. It's a medical condition where I have difficulty keeping my hands warm. So mittens and gloves are a priority for me! These are the best mittens I have ever owned. They kept my hands warmer than any other glove or mitten I have tried. So happy I found these! Also, the leather lining is able to grip the steering wheel/snow shovel, which is great. Highly recommend!
Reviewed by Marion from Ft. Collins, Colorado on Saturday, March 9, 2013
I was really looking forward to these mittens that sounded so warm in the description offered by the manufacturer. However, I tried them out for the first time on a warm spring day and was profoundly disappointed at their performance. My fingers were bitterly cold after the first run and it was not even cold outside (45 degrees) and slush at the base of the mountain. I gave them two stars because of the reasonable price offered through Sierra Trading Post.
Reviewed by kate from New York on Saturday, March 2, 2013
I've recently been having issues with freezing hands and feet while taking my daily walk. I was wearing two pairs of mittens at the time. I decided to purchase ski mittens thinking they would do the trick. I'm most pleased with the Grandoe Two Pounder Mittens. They nothing but warm and don't feel heavy on my hands.
Reviewed by hikergirlj from Schenectady, NY on Wednesday, January 30, 2013
My fingers blanch and get cold easily due to a former frostnip mishap. These mittens are my second pair---I dropped one mitten over a waterfall while taking a picture. They were my favorite mittens. I wore them all last winter. I was soooo.. happy that Sierra Trading Post still had some. They did get wet last year on a hike with prolonged contact with heavy snow but did dry and worked just as well for warmth after that. I still prefer them for my hikes and are so soft and comfy in my fingers. I can still hold hiking poles well and I still prefer them for my winter hikes.
Reviewed by Eve mountain river moving from Wisconsin on Sunday, January 27, 2013
they keep my fingers toasty warm. I've waited to review them until I saw how they worked on truly cold, bone chilling damp winter, below zero conditions and they work great! not for any task that requires use of fingers. but what mitten is? they are very lightweight, comfortable to wear. perfect for walking, running, something that just requires light grasp.