Following is a review of the best gloves and mittens to protect your precious paws from winter’s frigid, damp days. And I list the best places to obtain them.magazine got hold of the Arc’teryx Alpha SV Gloves and took a look at the price, they thought there would be no way they could endorse them.But then, as they would later write: “We tried it during a dismal day of crevasse rescue training with Rainier Mountaineering, Inc.” One of their testers described his experience with these gloves this way: “Working a wet rope in wet snow in a steady downpour in 35°F weather is the perfect recipe for wooden finger tips — if not full-on hypothermia.For that price you get good technical features and better-than-average performance from a mitten that Dakine guarantees for a lifetime.
(Have your hands ever gotten so cold you didn’t have enough strength to turn the key in your car’s door lock? And painful.) So it might be even more important to have the right stuff to wear on your hands to keep them warm.
Quer ter uma fotografia grande com uma moldura bonita a servir de tampa à caixa do contador da electricidade.
Fui ver se lá em baixo estava tudo bem, apetecia-me uma volta.
But my hands stayed dry and warm through 6 hours of mucking about.” Bottom line? These were the first mitts that I found that I could be outside in sub-zero temps in Wisconsin and still have warm hands.
I find above freezing I end up taking them off every 15 minutes or so to let my hands cool off.