You'll see the FlyLow Oven Mitten all over the Jackson Hole during the coldest days of winter. The outside of this supple, cowhide mitten features a water-repellent SnoSeal coating that's triple baked into the cow hide so your fingers stay dry. On the inside, you'll find a helping of synthetic insulation that fights off the most brutal cold while you ski or snowboard. Wave goodbye to the cold, because you'll never feel it again thanks to the Oven Mitten.
Sticking your hands in a pair of Flylow Oven Mitts is like sticking you hands in warm apple pie... well not quite, but you get the idea. I usually use the Tough Guy gloves, but I always keep a pair of Oven Mitts in my pack for those extra cold or stormy days. The waterproofing works great, but it is important to reapply snow seal every once and a while to maintain the mitts. I'm 5-9 155lbs and I wear a large.
Anyone who knows anything, knows that the best glove you can get is all leather. This is simply the glove with the essentials. Cowhide leather all around keeps your hands dry and warm on gnarley frigid days and even wet days. I threw a Nikwax coating on it just so i could dunk it a bowl of water and watch the water bead off without soaking in! If you're looking for the best, don't go any farther...you've finally arrived
I have worn this mitten in varied temps and conditions now. Even when temps got into the teens they were toasty. I like that they have no liner inside which separates your fingers, but is a true mit inside and out. The Leather is quality. They fit slightly larger than most gloves have on me. But since it is a mit, I'm not worried about a close, dexterous fit. No reservations.
First of all, the picture on here must be of the mitt before it's treated. The actual thing looks well loved and broken in. They certainly applied a generous amount of snoseal to them, and it's has been working great, with the exception of the excess wax is coming off on everything... These mitts are also very warm with out being very bulky at all.
Cant complain about these at all! Prefer them as just a casual around town/ work mitten but have used them a few times skiing as well and they've held up well. I'd recommend using a glove liner if you're in a very cold environment but if you're just using as a daily glove these are sweet. Super hardy as well!
These mittens are really warm and well built. They last for an entire season before they pack out at all. If you treat the leather on these with some Nik -Wax these gloves are every bit as warm/durable/waterproof as any high dollar mitten out there. Flylow mittens are the way to go! Highly recommend
These are a great mitt, especially for the price. I sized them pretty snug to get a lower profile fit and I wear them with a very thin pair of glove liners like the IBEX stretch wool liners. Works great in all temps and they aren't huge and bulky like most mitts.
Great mitt! feels thin but is pretty warm. I have used in 0 degree weather in the Rockies with a silk liner and a hand warmer on the back of my hand and was satisfied. Mitt looks really cool too with all the different leather pieces they are made out of.
This is a great mitt at a great price. It is essentially a Kinco work mitt, but with an added cuff, and Flylow double bakes the water proofing in. It keeps my hands very warm on the coldest days. I would only add some palm grips to it.
The FlyLow Gear Oven Mitten is a great mitten for the money. I have spent alot of money on gloves and mittens over the past year only to be cold and disappointed. The FlyLow Gear Mitten is a great price, looks great and is warm!
Same as Eddie's review, my mittens were not true to size. They seem really small for XL. I actually bought size L at first but returned them due to sticking coming loose and the sizing being wrong. The XL was bigger than the L but still a really snug fit. I have a pair of the XL gloves and they fit perfectly. Over all the quality is good.
I got mine at the start of the year and they were very warm, But by the end of the season the waterproofing worn off and the gloves were always wet and never warm. They stared to grow green mold because they couldn't dry efficiently. Overall they were Ok but i wanted something that would last longer.
Hopefully I happened to fall into one of very few quality control issues.
I ordered two pairs of XL Gloves. One for me, one for my cousin.
They both came labelled XL on the inside tag, but the sizing isn't even close. Nor is the color.