Phosphor Mitts Review
Phosphor Mitts are an excellent choice for cold-weather activities. They’re incredibly breathable and are nearly twice as warm as standard waterproof mittens. In addition, they’re comfortable and don’t have any bulky pull tabs. This makes them perfect for urban activities or start-and-stop activities.
Phosphor Down Mitts are made from 600-fill goose down and lined with a Gore-Tex Infinium with Windstopper membrane. They are not waterproof, but they are warm, and they can be stuffed in a jacket pocket or bag.
The PrimaLoft One synthetic insulation provides a nice, thick layer of warmth and keeps out moisture. The gloves also feature a fleece backer, making them extremely lightweight and compressible. If you’re planning on hiking in chilly climates, these mitts are a great choice.
The Flylow Super Mittens are another great option for cold weather activities. Made from tough nylon and waterproof cowhide leather, these mitts will keep your hands warm. These mitts have individual finger slots, making them extremely comfortable for cold weather activities.
Among the features of this mittens are a wrist leash to keep them from blowing away and a long gauntlet to provide extra insulation in deep-cold. These mitts are also made of durable materials, which are important for activities where your hands get dipped in snow. In addition to a wrist leash, the mitts are lightweight enough to be worn over the sleeve of any jacket.
The mittens feature one-hand gauntlet cinch on the shell mitten and adjustable wrist straps. The mitten shells feature a carabiner loop and an AlpenGrip pad to enhance the mitten’s grip.