Love me some mittens!
I had the Powerstretch Mittens but found that in temps below 30, my hands were still chilled. I bought these and they were perfect for runs between 0-30 degrees. I even wore them cross country skiing on a 10 degree day and my hands were warm, but not overheating.
They do a good job of maintaining the heat that your hands produce within the glove. I even got to a point during my 12 mile long run in 10 degree weather with snow where I had to take them off my hands had warmed up so much. Thanks for making another mitten option Oiselle!
- warm but not bulky
- Chicago, IL
Warm up to a point
I wanted to love these, but after having run with them through temperatures ranging from 0° to 40°, I have discovered that these mittens can only do so much. Once the windchill is sub-30°, they no longer keep my hands warm, and I resort to balling my fists inside them, in a doomed attempt to keep them from turning white. If you're running in any temperature below freezing, you might want to find another mitten.
- Sleek, fits well, touchscreen thumb works well
- Doesn't keep my hands warm in freezing weather
- Oklahoma City
Love these mittens!
OMG! I love these mittens. I've always worn gloves when it's cold, but sometimes my fingers still freeze. Not with these! They are not wind-proof, but if the wind is calm and the temperatures are in the 20s or below, your hands and fingers WILL stay warm!
- Super warm
- Not wind-proof