- August 2 2011
great x-c skiing glove
love this for skate skiing in the winter - keeps your fingers warm and is flexible and roomy enough to be able to handle your poles and clip in and out of bindings.
- April 30 2011
Toasty Fingers @ 10 Degrees
First time I've tried mittens, and these sure did the job! A little heavier than some I've looked at, but plenty of room in the finger area. I'm between a large and x-large glove and large fit just fine.
- February 25 2011
These mittens are light weight, warm enough for winter hiking when the temperature isn't too low, wind proof, and a great value. I suffer with Raynaud's Syndrome (cold hands from faulty internal thermostat) and I have a pair of OR Northwall mittens for serious cold or when my hands get too cold or wet. However, I rarely use them, mostly using the PL 400s. My only "issue" is that I put a run in the fabric early on bushwacking through some thickets. In time I'll get a better sense if the fabric on the mittens is a bit too fragile for tougher hikes/snowshoes off trail.
- February 13 2011
PL Mitts = Awesome
These mitts are super warm. I use them as a liner under waterproof mitts or as a layer over liners in dry conditions. Either way, they're toasty! Fit seems true to form; I can fit a size Medium under a Medium shell or over a medium liner glove. Durability is looking good too. So far, no signs of wear. The grip on the palms is different than some of the pictures, but it still works fine.
- January 26 2011
Men's PL 400 Mitts
Great liners. I use them in my OR shell - the work great, and will keep you warm under the worst conditions! They are very warm and comfortable. I wouldn't recommend them for use without a shell though.