Give’r has the perfect gloves to get you through the cold. The Frontier Mittens are all-leather exterior gloves made with premium cowhide, and are 100 percent water-proof. With proper care, they can last for years on end.
Frontier Mittens are made with a four-layer construction of insulation, heat shield backing, waterproof membrane, and cowhide. Each pair is tested to withstand burning logs, dry ice and boiling water, so you know they can hold up in the most extreme climates. The premium cow leather gives the mittens a functional temperature range between -40 and 400 degrees Fahrenheit. A fleece interior flicks moisture away to help keep your hand dry, while a reflective membrane on the back keeps heat locked in while blocking out wind.
The mittens also mold to your hand for a perfect fit. Over time your fingers and hand gradually shape the interior so it forms the most comfortable fit possible. They’re also breathable, so you won’t overheat. Since they’re made with a leather exterior, they also offer a superior grip.
As an added bonus Give’r will bake and hand-wax your mittens to add longevity and enhance the weatherproofing for only $10. The Frontier Mittens are set to retail for just $118 with first shipments expected to begin March 2020. Check out the website for more information on features and ways to order.
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