The best defense against numb fingers in a biting cold, the Incinerator Flip Mitt wraps your digits together in a GORE-TEX INFINIUM with WINDSTOPPER® laminate barrier insulated with Primaloft® Down Blend Gold. When you need your fingers free, just flip off the mitt - the wet-printed Micro-Fleece face fabric makes it deadly silent.
GORE OPTIFADE Concealment Elevated II is designed for whitetail hunters in an elevated position.
Insulated Flip Over Mitt: The insulated flip over mitt keeps your hands warm and relaxed with a 100% windproof GORE® WINDSTOPPER® membrane surrounded by PrimaLoft Gold down insulation blend.
Articulated Fingers: For ultimate dexterity and precision.
GORE-TEX INFINIUM with WINDSTOPPER®: Offers complete windproof protection through a durable, lightweight, and breathable membrane.
Great fitting gloves. They kept my hands warm in below freezing temps (-15 with a -30 wind chill). The mitt part would be a good place for a hand warmer if they did start to get cold. The only issue is the magnets. They are not strong enough to hold the mitt part back at all. PLEASE!!!! Get with marsupial gear and use the magnets they have on their bino harnesses. The quietest/strongest magnet system I've used.
Super warm! I am a person who easily gets cold hands and feet, and I recently wore these for a full hour in -8 F and my fingers were very comfortable the entire time. They are expensive, but warm hands means increased safety and comfort-they are worth it. Some people have complained about the magnet which holds back the flip cover, it basically does not work at all, but I found the cover stays out of my way when utilizing just the fingers to grasp keys, shoot a firearm etc., very easy to slip the fingers out and get them back in. So, it's really a non-issue. If you get these you will be glad you invested the money. They are well worth every penny, the super warmth of a super-premium mitten with the dexterity of a glove.
These gloves are warm, however the magnet isn't strong at all (especially compared to cheaper brands). It will not keep the mitt stuck in the back position. This gets in the way. I own lots of SITKA gear and all but this has exceeded my expectations. Please make the magnet stronger and while you are at it, please cut the thumb and forefinger off or make it "touch" compatible.
I used these gloves in the late season. It was cold in the teens and my hands did not get cold. Getting to stands in snow covered conditions was not a problem as in the past my hands would get wet and then cold, never again.
These are the absolute best mittens for warmth that I have experienced. The palm material is not conducive to quietness. While adjusting my grip on a rifle the mittens squeaked loud enough to cause the deer to pause and look at me. I got the kill but don’t like gear giving me up.
I purchased these mitts because my hands are always freezing in upstate NY during gun season (120lb female, not much meat on these bones to keep me warm). Unfortunately women don't have a big of a selection so I had to turn to the men's for something to keep my hands warm. I decided to pull the trigger and try them out. I'm glad I did they are a tad big but lucky for me I can sew so I put a few extra stitches in the liners and they work perfectly! Highly recommend these! They are the only gloves that have kept my hands warm (raynaud disease) I do stick a handwarmer in time to time with those windy freeze days!
My feet and hands typically get cold easily. I wore these out in 0 degree weather with out issue, I wore them in 40 degree weather without being to warm, just flip the mitt back. Sure the magnet could be a little stronger as others have said, but it did not cause me any issues. I actually may get a second pair just to have them as backups. Highly recommended and I do not typically write reviews.
These are great mitts that do exactly what they're intended to do: keep you warm. I would give these 5 stars, however, they run small. I wear size Medium or Large depending on the Sitka glove style, but these run a bit narrow across the mitt and the thumbs feel short so I ended up returning for XL's.
Have been using these gloves for late season hunting this year and they keep my hands very warm unlike other gloves. The only problem with them is when the leather grip gets cold it starts to make noise when adjusting the bow in my hand. I also have a set of gloves from a different company that have a rubber webbing across the whole palm of the hand. They don't keep my hands warm but they don't make any noise when adjusting the bow so maybe you could look at incorporating that into these gloves.