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Heated Mittens with Pouch for Heat Pads - Medium

Heated Mittens with Pouch for Heat Pads - Medium

SKU: MITTHFM
Heated Mittens with Pouch for Heat Pads - Medium - Special pouch to hold disposable mini heat packs on those cold days. Thermal inner glove with retractable mitten cap held in place by a soft touch magnet.

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Heated Mittens with Pouch for Heat Pads - Medium - Special pouch to hold disposable mini heat packs on those cold days. Thermal inner glove with retractable mitten cap held in place by a soft touch magnet.

Heated Mittens with Pouch for Heat Pads - Medium

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 Heated Mittens with Pouch for Heat Pads - Medium - come with a special pouch to hold disposable mini heat packs for additional penetrating heat on those cold days. Thermal inner glove with retractable mitten cap held in place by a soft touch magnet.

These deluxe Thinsulate thermal mittens have a cap specially designed to hold disposable mini warmers under the fingers.

The disposable mini heat packs provide penetrating heat under severe winter conditions, for up to eight hours.

A quiet magnet holds the mitten cap back out of the way when not needed.

The thermal inner glove liner gives full finger coverage withouth exposing the fingers to the elements.

These deluxe Pop Top Mittens include one pair of Heat Factory mini heat packs Free!

Thinsulate insulation works by trapping air molecules between you and the outside.

The more air a material traps in a given space, the greater its insulating value.

Because the microfibres in Thinsulate insulation are far finer than other fibres, they trap more air in less space, which naturally makes it a better insulator.

These thermal mittens are breathable, moisture-resistant and machine washable on low heat.

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