NRS Toaster Mitts

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Description

Let your fingers snuggle together for warmth in NRS Toaster Mitts. Toaster Mitts are the warmest "glove" we have. Combine that with pre-curved fingers for an easy grip and you have happy paddling.

Specifications

  • Material: 3.5mm RawHide™ Back of hand, 2.5 mm RawHide palm, TuffTex panel on thumb side of glove
  • The 3.5-mm RawHide™ neoprene on the back of your hands provides superior warmth and protection against cold and evaporative cooling
  • Hydrocuffs™ along with glued and blind stitched seams help seal out water maximizing warmth
  • The palm is made of extra-tough 2.5 mm RawHide to maintain a firm paddle grip for improved control and feel
  • Soft brushed fleece panels on the backs of the thumbs make great “nose wipe" spots
  • Pre-curved finger pocket is designed to keep your grip comfortable on an oar or paddle but flexible enough not to limit your hand’s mobility
  • A titanium laminate adhesive layer in the material provides additional protection against heat loss
  • Nylon bite tab helps you get your mitt on even when you’re wet and cold
  • Elastic adjustment strap holds securely to your wrists
  • Pre-curved finger box
  • Neoprene fitted cuffs
  • Titanium laminate adhesive
  • Nylon bite tab
  • Elastic hook and loop wrist adjustment

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Review Summary

4.8 out of 5

4 Reviews

Pros
  • Performance: 4
  • Build quality: 1
  • Ease of use: 1
  • Great design: 1

Cons
  • seams in palm rip out: 1
Quality: 4.3 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Warmth: 5 / 5
Fit: 4 / 5

4 Ratings & Reviews

soundkayaker
from Western Washington
45-54 yrs

warm at last
March 16, 2011

I kayak all year in puget sound and other western washington waters. I normally use a Greenland paddle so don't use pogies. I used these mittens this winter and they kept my hands nice and warm. Worst conditions paddled in: air temp 28; water temp high 30's (river). In prior years, I used various gloves and none kept my hands as warm as these mittens. I did lose some sense of feel with them on. This loss of feel didn't really impact my ability to paddle / roll but made it hard for me to put on sprayskirt and to know that sprayskirt was, in fact, sealed. So had to take mittens off to put skirt on. But hands warmed up pretty quickly once had mittens on. The opening of the mitten is tight -- a good thing, but makes it a little tough putting the mitten on when wet.

Pros: Performance
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
FitClothes: 4 / 5
tvdan
from Chester Springs, PA
35-44 yrs

very toasty
January 11, 2011

Having very poor circulation, I've had difficulty finding kayaking gloves that keep my fingers warm. I tried normal waterproof, and specialty neoprene gloves and had to bail out of a trip early due to numb fingers. These mittens are incredible. My hands stay warm and dry even when my heartrate stays low.

Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Warmth: 5 / 5
FunEli
from Northern CA
25-34 yrs

Mittens are better than gloves
March 16, 2013

If you have spent any time outdoors in the cold, you already know that mittens keep your hands warmer than gloves. Well finally someone made a neoprene mitten for boaters. These are quite good as far as warmth and the durability seems good as well. I am on my second pair, the first pair lasting about 4 years of solid paddling. The seams can sometimes rip a little in the palm, but it does not matter much because you will be grasping your paddle most of the time anyways, and even when water pours in, it warms up pretty quick. I think the cuffs are a little too long as there is just too much stuff around your wrist while wearing a drysuit/drytop and elbow pads, but that is easily remedied with some scissors. If you want more contact with your paddle, you can also cut out most of the palm (I did this with my old pair), which might not be as warm, but comparable to gloves or pogies. As an added benefit, that also allows you dexterity when you need it. Over all, I prefer these to both gloves and pogies when it actually gets cold out.

Pros: Performance, Cons: seams in palm rip out
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
SueGrl
top500Contributor

Perfect for a cold water rafting trip
June 07, 2011

These gloves are perfect for cold water/weather rafting. They keep your hands dry and toasty. Fit is true to size if you follow the measurement procedure. Good stuff!

Pros: Great design, Performance, Great value

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Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large, size extra large and size extra extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl, xxl.

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