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Steep powder chutes are showing up on your radar—what are you waiting for?

Let the tourists stick to groomed. Set your sights on the deep stuff on the road less traveled and zero in on serious warmth with the Celtek Radar Mitten. The leather fabric provides water-resistant protection against the cold. And just in case you think that's not enough protection, throw in the OutDry Waterproof insert, and you can fly through chest-deep powder knowing your hands will stay toasty and dry. The Sherpa fleece lining locks in warmth while the hook-and-loop strap closure makes sure this glove provides on-target comfort. And with artwork inspired by pro riders Justin Bennee and Bjorn Leines, you can go on undercover missions to seek out powder stashes in style.

  • Water-resistant leather fabric
  • Sherpa fleece lining
  • OutDry waterproof insert
  • Undercuff style, hook-and-loop strap closure
  • Inspired by Justin Bennee and Bjorn Leines

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Radar is exactly what I love

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These mitts are great. Warm, waterproof, and look dope. They are exactly what I look for in a mitt, leather (top notch), waterproof (usually only go gore-tex, have not been disappointed), look great (Bjorn colorway). They have soft and comfy sherpa lining along the top of your hand. I am an instructor and coach on the East Coast, so these things have been put to the test. They are a bit longer than your average mitt, but still fit under your cuffs no problem. That extra length definitely keeps the snow out. I suggest putting some nikwax waterproofing creme on them from time to time to keep them alive longer and keep that leather looking good. If you can get them on sale, it should be a no brainer.