Closeouts. These Pop-Top mittens from Jacob Ash Hot Shot are constructed of quiet brushed tricot, and feature 80g Thinsulate® insulation for warmth and a magnetic pop top that exposes fingers for dexterity when taking a shot.
Reviewed by Hunter from chicago on Saturday, December 14, 2013
These gloves are pretty warm, and have a pocket for a hand warmer on colder days. Not much for cutting the wind, and if they get wet you might not be wearing them at all, but good overall. The only unexpected problem I had was the stitching between two fingers started to come undone, which is why I gave the item 3 stars instead of 4
Reviewed by st.slippy from Ohio on Thursday, September 5, 2013
These gloves are awesome! I fish through the ohio winter and will be out hours in the middle of the night. In most gloves you lose dexterity and feel, but these allow you to use just the thin layer under the mitten. When feeling a light tap on the line is the difference between a trophy fish and nothing, feeling makes all the difference in the world.
Reviewed by Nick from Pennsylvania on Friday, February 8, 2013
Went rabbit hunting in 17 degrees. I did put heat pads in the zipper pocket. Hands were always warm. Only my trigger finger got cold because I needed to keep it out most of the time. I would recommend these gloves in a heart beat.
Reviewed by FDR Dime from upstate New York on Saturday, February 19, 2011
Most gloves are useless for photography. You have to take them off to get anything done. I have mittens with cut off fingers and they let in a lot of cold air and absorb water. These gloves have fingers made up of a light fabric which really helps keep the fingers working. The mittens cover well. They're pretty warm and quite tough. I don't know if they are supposed to be waterproof buy they do resist getting wet.
Reviewed by Jeri from Port Angeles, WA on Friday, January 28, 2011
I just got them and plan on using them for showshoeing but I can't speak to their warmth or durability because I haven't used them yet. I have very long fingers and most all my gloves the fingers are too short. I really like the idea of having gloves/mittens in one item. I usually put gloves under mittens but then you have 4 pieces to put on/take off.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Going Out, Rainy Weather
Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented, Practical
Gear Usage: Cold Weather Living, Winter Sports
Pros: Durable, Good Grip, Lightweight, Long fingers