Fox River Wool Glomitts

Priced: $20.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
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Fox River Wool Glomitts -

The best of both worlds! Mitt folds back, revealing a fingerless glove to allow maximum dexterity while keeping hands and wrists cozy.



  • Made from 85% wool blended with 15% nylon for extra durability and long wear


  • Mitt hood slips back over fingers when the situation calls for added warmth and protection
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Lining fabric:None
Palm material:85% wool/15% nylon
Shell fabric:85% wool/15% nylon

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Fox River Wool Glomitts Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Cozy,comfy,dexterous, darn that velcro

I'm wearing them as I type this review; they're very comfy and seem quite cozy The picture doesn't reveal that the fingers are webbed/stitched together, so your fingers don't have the same dexterity as the Fox River Fingerless Ragg Gloves or the Fox River Gripper Gloves. You can still text on your phone and type on your laptop just fine.

Also, the picture doesn't show that there is a black square of velcro on the back of the wrists and the back part of the mitten (at the fingertips). Even worse, the fuzzy-half of the velcro is on the back of your wrist and the scratcy/grabby-half is on the back of your mitten, so when you're using mitten-mode it's easy to snag on other clothing or objects. I removed the velcro by unpicking the stiches because the mittens seem to stay folded back well-enough by themselves. More often than not, I would like to use these as Mittens. Without the velcro, these are "Ace!"

After removing the velcro, I am quite happy with these mitts. They do keep my hands warm, they are comfy, and they are breathable. If there's a lot of wind-chill, it would be wise to consider a mitten shell.
Mattaphore at REI on 03/03/2010

Big Fan

I've got two pair of these and love them. I use them with REI Mitten Shell (REI Taped Mittens
Item # 787289) for Skiing, Snowshoeing, Backpacking and Spring Mountaineering. There good for working a stove in the frosty mornings and the combo offers wind/water proof protection if conditions change. I'm getting ready to buy my third set for my son. We went skiing yesterday and his ober exp. snowboarding gloves were freezing his digits off. We swapped gloves/mittens and he was toasty warm the rest of the day.
Cooken74 at REI on 12/12/2009


I wear these everyday in the winter (for 4 years!) and love them. I work with horses and it is great to be able to have my fingers free when I need them to be without having to take off the whole thing. You can't beat wool its warm even when wet and honestly, I like how they look. No frills, honest mittens.
vincablue at REI on 01/01/2010

wonderful mittens

My hands get cold very easily and these mittens did a great job keeping my hands nice and toasty in tempetures down in the 40s. The fact that they convert from mittens to fingerless gloves is amazing! I was able to cook and open things while keeping the rest of my hand warm.
Dana Day at REI on 10/10/2012

Negative Reviews:

okay, but only if you remove the velcro

These mittens have velcro that holds the flap back when you take it off your fingers. However, the velcro is both ugly and inconvenient when using these as mittens. I found that when I had the mitten part on, thus exposing the velcro, everything I touched would stick in the velcro. I removed the velcro but this was difficult to do and I damaged the mittens in the process (then had to darn them to repair). I have extremely cold hands in winter even while indoors, so I use these at home to keep my hands warm while still enabling me to perform normal household tasks. They are great for this, but I would NOT wear them in public because they are really ugly, particularly with the velcro.
lalalalala at REI on 12/12/2009

Not What I Need

I love these gloves, but for a couple things that make them so troublesome. For one, the velcro keeps on snagging on everything, including me! And the thumb flap never seems to stay back on its own, causeing infinate problems for me. Also, the way that the fingers are sewn together causes pain in the webbing if you move your fingers a certain way. All in all, they're very warm but uncomfortible.
SeattleBorn at REI on 01/01/2011


buyer beware not good for extreme cold
ricky bogle at REI on 11/11/2011