Mittens NOT Built For Girls: Kinco Ski Mitts [Review]

Need a pair of mittens that look good on the slopes, après-ski, and with a chainsaw? Well, no one needs that, but the Kinco Ski Mitts fit the bill and are only $20.

I mentioned an earlier glowing review of the Kinco Ski Gloves and their mitts fill a similar niche with the same durable quality. Pigskin is the material of choice here. It out wears regular cowhide and blows fabric gloves out of the water.

The mitts come pre-treated with REVIVEX® waterproofing solution, though I’m not sure they need it. Most people would only wear mitts in the deep cold of the winter and unless you’re in a wet area, these would keep your hands dry all day.

Initially I was turned off the by attached 5-finger lining, but immediately changed my mind when I tried them on. Inside is a thermal lining that’ll make your hands feel like you left them behind in the hot tub while the rest of your body freezes on the slopes.

Links

Kinco Ski Mitts: http://goo.gl/5kWLPr

Kinco Ski Gloves: http://goo.gl/8nqLkw

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Justin Lukasavige

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  • James Allen Davis

    Hey Justin, I just want you to know that you & your brother’s videos from the old review pretty much sold me on Kincos. This one just adds to it of course but that was already obvious. I plan on getting another couple models in addition to the 901s & 901Ts & am just convinced that Kinco is one of the best, all-around gloves out there for snowboarding, snow sports, & winter in general, with some Nikwax or Sno-Seal of course, but that’s what finishes ‘em off & makes them totally worth it. Thanks for doing these online video reviews & letting people know more about them that might not have already beforehand. <– No pun intended there, huh? ; ) Anyway, take it easy, hope things are going well for you & your family, later dude, peace!

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