These are great mittens in every way except the magnets to hold them open don't work at all.
I have got to test these out in some below zero temperatures recently and they were absolutely brillant. These are the warmest mitts/gloves I have ever owned. The flip up mitt still allows for full use of your fingers when you need that extra dexterity.
These are great for temps in the 20s. While standing they kept my hands warm all day, and were actually too warm when active and had to take them off. Fit is good, maybe a bit snug but only an issue when taking them off as I found the glove liner turned inside out in the thumb and pinky finger. I think I have average size hands and got these in large/XL. I wasn't expecting a non-removable liner and now see why the little pull tabs are on the liner... probably couldn't take them off without. Other minor gripe is the magnet to hold the mitt open isn't very strong. I'm hoping with some use they break in and stay open more easily. Materials and construction are excellent. The polar mitts are warm and seem durable.
I gave this mit to my Son-in-Law for Christmas so I am not the one to review these, but he seemed pleased
Bought them for my husband. First time using them a stitch broke which will now allow water in them. We will need a replacement. The magnet to hold the mitton part back does not hold it back.
Mitt fit is great. I thought the liner was a separate pair of fingerless gloves but it is actually sewn into the mitt. Would have been better in my opinion to sell those separately than the mitt so that the system could be more modular. Great mitts overall, would recommend.
My hunting partner thought I had hand warmers in my mitts! I broke these in on a December Idaho whitetail hunt. It was an average of 10 degrees, and my hands stayed toasty warm. I’m a Georgia native, so needless to say, I was not acclimated to the cold! I loved how I could just pop the ends off when I needed to use my fingers, but they held on to the warmth from my hands when I put them back on. Even through constant snow, wind, and even ice, my hands stayed dry and warm.