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Originally Posted by turbospartan View Post
Thought I'd come here for some recommendations.

I currently have the Burton Oven Over Mitt. Gore-Tex and had an inner liner.

Only problem... even without the liner, they are EXTREMELY warm.

They even have a little zipper vent that you can open up to get some air flow, but are STILL too warm.

With that said... I'm looking for a mitt with the following features:

- I want an "under" mitt, meaning it tapers off at the wrist to go under your sleeve instead of an "over" mitt which widens to go OVER your sleeve.

- I want something that is not extremely warm because it causes my hands to sweat and the insulation starts getting damp

- I would prefer that it have a vent like my current mitts do, so that if I do start getting warm I can open the vents to cool off

So anybody have experience with something that would work?

you should def check out the candy grind handbag mitt, they're pretty warm as well but theres a zipper on the side to let them air out or if you need the use of your fingers

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