If you love the warmth of a mitten but wish it had the dexterity of a glove, then fear not, The Freak Split Finger Mitten by Crab Grab is here to make all of your dreams come true at a price that's wallet-friendly to boot. Packed with powerful insulation and offering waterproof protection from the elements, this 3-finger glove makes it easy to stay warm while adjusting bindings, fixing goggles, zipping pockets, and most importantly, pointing. The waterproof Hipora membrane will keep your fingers dry as you shred through waist-deep snow that shows no sign of stopping, while PrimaLoft insulation maintains fiery warmth with practically no weight or bulk. The insulation actually works in a way that also maximizes finger movement and grip as well. On the back of the hand you've got a heavier insulation and more high-pile fleece lining, and on the palm side you've got a lighter insulation and liner to give you warmth where you need it and better movement and grip everywhere else. Speaking of grip, the palm is outfitted with a grippy and durable palm fabric that'll make it easy to grip your poles or board when you're ripping groomers and boosting big in the park.
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