Best Womens Mitts of 2017

  • Ladies, are you looking for the warmest glove on the market? Something that will keep you dry, warm and still looks good on the hill? Try out some of these choices for best snowboarding mitts of 2017


  • Burton [ak] Leather Tech Mitt

    The Leather Tech Mitt is a seriously stylish mitt perfect for backcountry riding. It starts off with a Gnar Guard Leather Shell made from multiple panels that give you a mobile and waterproof glove. The inside is brushed 220G Fixed Fleece Lining, which gives you the warmth and comfort you need to stay out on the mountain. Last but not least are the extra features: the Gnar Guard Leather Thumb for wiping devices and noses; a Pre-Curved shape that fits you like, well, a glove; an Extended Length Storm Cuff to keep snow out no matter how much of it you’re in. With a 1-year warranty, there may be no surer pick for a lightweight, agile glove than the Burton [ak].

  • DC Seger Wmn Mitt

    In a word, the DC Seger Mitt is warm - and we don’t say that lightly. With 3M™ Thinsulate™ [150g] insulation, a PU leather palm and brushed lining, this pair of mittens is full of tech that keeps your hands toasty without weighing you down. On the outside, the Exotex 10K layer keeps moisture out; a suede goggle wipe keeps your vision clear; an adjustable cuff and leash keep the mitts snug around your wrist while making sure they never go anywhere.

  • POW Crescent GTX Mitt

    Looking for a glove that combines superior waterproofing, adaptive warmth and a unique, attractive design? Then consider the POW Crescent GTX Mitt. It comes with a Gore-Tex membrane that keeps moisture out; micro-fleece lining and 100g Thinsulate insulation to keep you warm; a Teflon-based DWR finish that wicks moisture off, ensuring dryness at all times. The outside layer is poplin, meaning the GTX Mitten gives you the mobility you’d expect in a glove - as well as a selection of attractive colorways.

  • L.A.M.B. x Burton Warmest Mitt

    The LAMB x Burton Warmest Mitt is made from DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ 2-Layer Fabric and reinforced with a Waterproof DRYRIDE Insane Membrane™ 2.0. This means you get a glove that’s superior at keeping you hands dry and comfortable by wicking sweat away on the inside and pushing moisture away on the outside. Meanwhile, Burton’s proprietary 550 Fill Power Down and a layer of Thermacore™ Insulation provide some serious warmth without weighing your gloves down or making you uncomfortably hot. Making it all come together is a series of seriously funky designs, and a 1-year warranty to give you peace of mind no matter how hard you’re going on the mountain.

  • 686 Womens’s Majesty Mitt

    With a waterproof outer layer and a breathable mitt insert both made by infiDRY, it’s clear that the Majesty Mitt was built with comfort and warmth in mind. Add Hyperloft insulation to the mix, and you get a garment that will keep you warm and dry at as low as -21C. However, what really makes the Majesty stand out is 686’s attention to detail in making it. Not only are the colorways stylish and funky; the Sherpa Fleece and Micro Tricot that line the mitt’s inside, as well as the Everwear™ Grip on the palm, show that the manufacturer really thought about us riders before creating this piece.

  • Burton Empire GORE-TEX® Mitt

    A mitt for the serious rider looking to stay warm and dry, the Burton Empire starts with 2 layers of silk-soft yet supple DRYRIDE Durashell Fabric that provides breathability and warmth. Under that is a layer of Thermacore Insulation that provides further waterproofing and heat - and a thin GORE-TEX Membrane that keeps the elements out while taking up almost no space. The inside is lined fleece, providing warmth and snuggly comfort. Put all of that together, and you get a high-end, high-warmth glove perfect for long days spent exploring the backcountry. The separate index finger gives you all the extra dexterity a serious rider could want, essentially giving the Empire the best of both worlds: the maneuverability of a mitt and the warmth of a heavy-duty glove.

  • Volcom Taro GORE-TEX Mitt

    If you’re looking for a mobile, lightweight mitt that provides serious waterproofing without being heavy or excessively hot, the Volcom Taro may be your kind of garment. The V-Science Stay-Dry Leather outer shell gives you freedom of movement and waterproofing. A waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex insert keeps you warm without taking up any unnecessary space. A fingerless design and PrimaLoft insulation keep your hand toasty, comfortable and - most importantly - quick. There’s even a suede thumb insert to wipe your nose and phone screen with!

  • POW Gem Trigger

    A serious glove made from seriously top-notch materials, the POW Gem starts off with panels of goatskin leather and Softshell® nylon that keep warmth in, keep moisture out, and keep your hands agile and mobile. The waterproof HIPORA® insert provides further waterproofing, while a 4oz PrimaLoft® Gold insulation layer provides the extra heat you need for when things get frosty. Extra features include a buff thumb to wipe your nose and goggles with; a hybrid-style design with a separate index finger for better grip and mobility; a fitted neoprene cuff to keep the gloves tight around your wrist.

  • Burton [ak] Oven Mitt

    Looking for a seriously warm mitt? With Triple Goose Down, 15 oz (!!!) of PrimaLoft Gold Insulation and Hydrofil™ fleece lining, the Burton Oven Mitt is as warm as its namesake - but don’t get it twisted… With a breathable Gore-Tex WINDSTOPPER® outer layer and moisture-wicking tech that keeps sweat away from you, this mitt will never feel sweaty or stuffy, no matter how warm it feels on the inside. If you’re looking for a toasty-but-agile glove for freeriding, or spending extended periods of time in sub-zero temperatures, you’ll find the Oven Mitt to be a perfect fit.

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