Review: Gordini Polar Mitt

We’ve all been there: trying to enjoy a frigid Montana day on the ski slopes, but those darn fingers just won’t warm up. It takes the mental fortitude of a monk to just suck it up and ski. Or just a good pair of gloves, like the Gordini Polar Mitt. The fuzzy polyester lining makes sure your hands start warm, and the 700-fill down insulation keeps ’em that way all day. The integration of both leather and synthetic materials in the outer shell ensures bulletproof water protection, and the extended cuff and draw chord keep snow from dumping in during inevitable yard sales. They even have a spot to wipe those nasty burgers off before they become frozen onto your face. A day on the slopes will never be cut short again with these mitts on your hands. $120;