Even though your ski mittens are supposed to keep you totally warm, it doesn't hurt to be prepared with the Outdoor Research Woolly Sensor Liners. These wool gloves are a good way to keep the cold out for good. The merino construction wicks sweat to keep your hands from getting clammy and uncomfortable. A tapered wrist is low-bulk so you can pack them and wear them and forget they're there.
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