Same fantastic Bison/Wool warmth as our other Advantage gloves with the combination of fingerless gloves and mittens. Wear these flip-top mittens when driving the truck or car on a frigid morning, and pop the tops down when you need to grab your stuff and head inside. Keep the tops up for warm hands when trekking out into the field, pop them down when you need the dexterity of your fingertips.
- Fingers are exposed with an attached mitten top to cover exposed fingers (thumb is completely covered)
- Secured with a button on the back of the hand
- 50% Bison 50% Preshrunk Merino Wool
- Made in the USA
- flip mitts
To find your glove size, measure (in inches) around your hand with a tape measure, at the place indicated by the red line (just below your knuckles) to the widest part of your palm on your pinky finger side. It is recommended that you should use your dominant hand. Size in inches is for both male and female.
|Hand Size||Hand Measurement|
5.5" - 6.5"
6.5" - 7.5"
7.5" - 8.5"
8.5" - 9.5"
These gloves are fantastic I will absolutely be buying another pair.
They will keep you warm in snow, freezing rain and whatever winter has to throw at you, even if you wear them to the point where they have a gaping hole in the thumbs and the web between the index finger and thumb
(I patched em with an old wool sock and these are now my back up pair).
I know this because I wore them to work and I really shouldn't have because I always end up buying at least one new pair of gloves every year.
Word of advice if you work with your hands purchase the full finger gloves and a leather shell to protect them, but if you wear these for general outdoor use they will keep you warm and toasty for years to come.
Yet another great Buffalo Wool Co. Product! Highly versatile...essentially two products (fingerless gloves and mittens) in one. Very warm, plus they dry quickly.
Love the warmth these mittens provide, especially in the cold and wet. However, they aren't my favorite. The flip top part is fairly loose and doesnt seem to stay put over my little finger. The button hole is sort of awkward in that it splits your hand into a Spock gang sign. And the thumb is always covered - no "flip-top" cover. The thumb is also too long for my hand-although I don't fault the makers for this; I've never had a pair of gloves or mittens fit my (apparently) short thumb. These mittens are my go-to for when my 1st pair of heavy fleece get soaked through but I probably wouldn't buy again without some design changes.
Perfect for wearing on cold days.
I love these gloves, especially the way that they fit snugly on my wrists. I also like the the flip over mitten part is long enough that there's no gap by my palm (this is a typical issue for me on other gloves of this shape, but I do have slightly longer than usual fingers). They are just not quite warm enough. I live in wild bison habitat, near Yellowstone National Park and I operate a wildlife watching guide business. I use flip top mittens because setting up spotting scopes requires me to have dexterity and access my fingers sometimes. Nope, those smart phone gloves really don't do it for me. My ONLY recommendation is that there be a somehow warmer version of these. The knit and thickness are such that they allow a fair amount of breathing, which is great in moderate temperatures around freezing, but once we get down toward 0 degrees, my hands get very cold! I haven't tested them yet below -15F, but I certainly don't think they'll cut it. They'll be good shoulder season gloves, but I am disappointed to still be on the hunt for good winter gloves that will keep me going at temps well into the negatives. Let me know if you want to chat about ideas or need a field tester :) Keep on making great stuff!
I took the Advantage Flip Top Gloves out to shoot trap in. They worked perfectly as I had the dexterity and the warmth of the gloves too.
Bought these as a gift for son and he loves them. Says the fit is perfect!
I had a pair of the bison down gloves. Like these more better fit only concern might be if the button will hold up. Guess will see in the spring.