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Warmest gloves or mittens

Paragon

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I am looking for the warmest gloves and or mittens.

I don't want to spend much more than $150. Are there any great options?

Thanks
 

frankster

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Can you be a bit more specific? There are tons of options out there.
If you're looking for technical gloves/mitts, you can have a look here

I would not recommend any of those for city use though.
 

Paragon

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I am (preferably) looking for a leather glove/mitten with a fur or shearling inside. It gets really cold here in the winter yet I want something that would fit with my leather winter coat.

Thanks again
 

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HEH! These are warm:



I accidentally ordered them to replace a pair of lost trigger mittens when I was in the army. They are meant to be worn over the wool trigger mitten insert and the fur is to help keep your cheeks warm.

Not stylish but warm.
 

robin

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Brooks Brothers has some nice shearling gloves, and made in England. I will probably get these on their next sale.

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...lt_color=Black



J.Crew as well, but probably not as nice.

http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...0588/10588.jsp




Originally Posted by Silverback
HEH! These are warm:

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/...YL._SS500_.jpg

I accidentally ordered them to replace a pair of lost trigger mittens when I was in the army. They are meant to be worn over the wool trigger mitten insert and the fur is to help keep your cheeks warm.

Not stylish but warm.

I was once told a story by an old bomber pilot that the fur was there for you to wipe your nose on - apparently it would not cut or scratch up your face when you were in freezing conditions. No idea if that's true or not, retired pilots are known to pull ones on the younger guys.
 

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LL Bean Wicked Good shearling gloves. I just bought some, they are around $90. I also had some J Crew shearlings that I liked, but I lost them.
 

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