Armada Tremor Mittens

Priced: $55.90 - $69.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Armada Tremor Mittens
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Pull on the Armada Tremor Mitten and forget about frozen fingers while you shred deep pow lines or find soft snow in the trees. Armada made the Tremor from durable leather, gave it a waterproof breathable Hipora insert, and stuffed it with Thinsulate insulation throughout to keep your digits warm and protected from the elements. When your palm gets sweaty with anticipation before you drop in, the microfleece liner provides the wicking you need to stay dry and comfortable while a hand-warmer pocket stashes your hand-warmers in frigid temperatures. In addition, the Tremor's Lazy Fingers Tech ensures a more natural hand position, and its removable leashes help prevent you from dropping the Tremor from the chairlift. 

Lining and Layers:

  • 150g Micro Bemberg lining


  • Hood-and-loop cuff closure


  • 200/100g Thinsulate insulation


  • Hand-warmer pockets


  • Lazy fingers tech
  • Leather shell, synthetic suede palm, palm print
  • Hipora insert
  • Removable leash
Tremors 5: Snow Tremors! Coming soon to a hand near you. It could be the next in a series of uhhhhh... interesting... movies, OR! It could be the Armada Tremor Mittens, ready to cause a stir at your local mountain.
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Features:Lazy Fingers Tech, Removable Leash
Ins:Thinsulate 200g/100g
Lining:150g Micro Bemberg
Palm:Synthetic Suede Silly Palm Print
Shell:Leather, Hard Shell
Tech:Hipora Insert

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Armada Tremor Mittens Review:


I originally bought these mittens cause they are pretty cool, and I would take a pair of mittens over gloves any day. As soon as I got them I wanted to test the warmth and waterproofing of them so I put the faucet on cold and held them there for a minute and my hands were still totally dry and warm. On any day below 20 F I would recommend wearing liner gloves under them. They run slightly big, but with a liner glove underneath its perfect.

Weston at on 01/05/2014