No, you're not trippin'—your fingers really are still warm.
When your hands have to fight off frostbite, it can seriously trip your concentration. Stay focused and keep your hands warm with the Celtek Trippin Mitten. The DWR-treated nylon fabric and 15K waterproof StormDry insert keep your hands protected and free to "roll down the windows" midair when that awesome trick backfires. The tricot liner locks in the heat, while the polyurethane palm lets you grip your board with ease. The dexterity-enhancing fit and finger separators let your fingers keep their individuality, without getting lost in the bulk of other mittens. The hook-and-loop strap keeps out the ice and snow And with artwork by Matt French, this is the perfect mitten to take with you when you prefer to not stumble through your jam session with frostbitten fingers.
- DWR treated nylon fabric
- Polyurethane debossed palm
- 15K/15K StormDry insert
- Tricot liner
- Dexterity enhanced fit, finger separators
- Hook-and-loop wrist closure
- Removable wrist leash
- Matt French artist series
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Nice Mitten - Trigger Finger FTW
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Used for a night of riding and multiple times shoveling and driving in Polar Vortex conditions. Kept my hands warm and dry, and kept out the snow. Definitely better for dealing with bindings than regular mittens, while still maintaining the warmth. Great product overall.
I just spent a week straght in winter park riding all day everyday, so these mittens got some serious use. they always kept my hands warm even when it was 5 degrees, I couldnt wear them in the truck though beacuse my hands would sweat. The powder cuff is pretty small compared to other mittens but it worked surprisingly well all trip, even after taking a high speed fall. My only complaint would be the vinyl tops of the fingers and back of the index finger. They tended to tear a little everytime I buckled up my pack, the palms however were extremely durable as I hit a ton of grabs and they showed absolutely no wear at all. They were great, great dexterity and warmth. I would definately recomend them to a friend.