Black Diamond Spark Mitts
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in Snow Mittens
Based on 20 reviews
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- Great for skiing
- Warm and comfortable
- Not waterproof
- Takes a long time to dry
Everytime I go skiing my hands get really numb can you recommend some GOOD gloves.
Black Diamond Mercury Mitts. I got them, then my uncle got them, then my dad got them, and my sister did as well (and she uses them with hot hands since she trends towards raynauds more)
9 months ago
Looking for a pair of new gloves, hands are always freezing on the slopes. Can anyone with Hestra’s tell me the difference between the reg and Gore-Tex version? I’m willing to pay the extra $35, I just want to hear the differences and which ones you prefer overall. Any info helps! Thank you
I have the hestras with the separated index finger and a pair of black diamond patrol mitts. I use the black diamond for coldest days because the index finger isn't separated.
1 year ago
I currently own the black diamond spark mitts and the black diamond spark Johnny's mitt which has a few more features and I don't think I'll ever buy another type of gloves or mitts. Big fan. I ride in Canada rockies for what it's worth.
3 years ago
Held up to 3 seasons but...
These were awesome mitts for 3 seasons of ski instructing (around 30-40 days per season), but this season the stitching has started to come undone on one of the mitts which I stitched back up and then the stitching started to fail on the other hand (in pictures). Overall, a warm/waterproof mitt just...
6 years ago
Mittens outside/gloves inside
My husband requested these for Christmas. He thought he would like them but the inside of the mitten is more like a glove with individual finger spaces. He feels that when the fingers are separated they won't stay as warm so he asked me to return them.
2 years ago
Solid cool-cold weather mitt
This is a fairly well designed mitten that I have enjoyed using for area skiing and fast/light long tours. The rating of 20-30 degrees feels about right to me even with poor circulation in some fingers due to previous cold weather injuries. The mitt design seems very durable and these mittens fit sn...
8 years ago
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