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patagonialukeFlylow's are pretty solid for the price. I snagged some Hestra Leather Fall Line's for $50 and they're awesome, best quality mitt's I've used, although at full retail I'd say they're overpriced. If you need serious warmth Cabela's Pinnacle mitts are a fantastic deal, and they're on sale right meow. Or just any cheap insulated leather gloves from the hardware store treated with Sno Seal.
speedyswapper34got some awesome new mitts for christmas. they are the hack mitt from pow gloves. super warm, my hands are fine without handwarmers to about 15 degrees in the mitts. Big plus on these is also the zipper that runs from th bottom of your thumb up to the top of you middle finger, super nice for letting a little breeze in after hiking ir a warm day. i dont notice any air leaks when the zipper is closed fully. comes with leather wax which was super easy to as well.
RileyZapI have three pairs of Hestra's and I can honestly say I'll never buy another brand of gloves in my life. (Unless I move somewhere extremely wet and need a waterPROOF glove). They're durable, comfortable, and built with the best materials. Highly recommend. Just remember to keep them oiled to keep the wet out and you'll love them.
ReetsAdeetsI have had some Black Diamond Mercury Mitts for years now that I like a lot and they are still going strong. Very warm and waterproof, but they were a bit spendy...as I said though, they have worked great for years.
CyanicenineThese mitts are the best, if you have the cash. Warmest mittens you can buy, very waterproof and they have a finger slot inside for your index finger for added dexterity. The only thing I don't like about them is that they are gauntlet style and I like under the cuff gloves/mitts, so I just end up shoving the gauntlet under anyways which can be difficult sometimes.
I also own a pair of pow gtx mitts and they are pretty nice. http://www.powgloves.com/collections/frontpage/products/royal-gtx-mitt-15 Not as warm as the mercury mitts but they fit under the cuff easier and I've ridden them all day in the rain and they never soaked through.
MitchDavittThanks for the suggestions guys,
I was looking at the Flylow's and the Kincos, I cant seem to find where I can buy a pair of Kincos in Canada... :/
PringleHestra Czone Leather mitts are incredible... Almost too warm to be honest.
JbreschThis is a little late but the 3 fingered Hestra leather mittens are by far the best gloves i've ever had, they stay warm and dry after a full day out on the mountain and are super durable.
SurfboardFlylows, kinco, joystick had all three and loved each and every one
MitchDavittHow did you like your flylows?
I am tempted to pick a pair up asap. :D
SurfboardI'm talking about the oven mitts fyi
marrowsKincos are the only option, flylows are a more expensive but lower quality alternative.
Hestra is great but why spend that much when a well waxed kinco will do the job?
Pole-LessEvo has a great selection of mittens!
DeebieSkeebiesI got a pair of the Hestra Fall line mitts and they are definitely the best gloves ive worn. very durable, great dexterity, good fit, and insanely warm. my one gripe is how wet they do get from continuous use, so you will have to apply some sort of leather protectant balm every 20 days or so, im at atleast 30+ days so far this year and they get soaked at times but my hands stay very warm.