Grizzly 2.0 Trigger Mitt
Water Resistant with Wool Liner
Grizzly 2.0 Trigger Mitt Details
- Insulated Glove
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- DWR finish
- Removable, wool shearling liner mitt
- Wrist gauntlet with locking draw cord
- Wrist leash retainer
- Sueded thumb nose wipe
- Webbing loop for upright hanging
How It's Built
- Material: Shearling Wool
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 10.1oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
So far I've used these for Colorado 4th season mule deer (20s), Goose season (-3 to 15), and 5 days of ski season (-10 to 25 degrees). I can't reccomend these enough. The mitten structure is way warmer than any glove, the retaining wrist straps make it easy to pull the glove for phone/loading, the finger and trigger finger added makes it easy to do basic tasks without removing the glove. No sign of wear so far (including some nasty crashed on the slopes). Plenty of room to wear a liner underneath if you do not want to expose your hands or will have periods of high intensity activity (I wear liners when uphill skiing in the backcountry). If considering, buy it.
Okay - I'm that guy who never gets warm in the winter. I had severe hypothermia as a teen and ever since...I'm always cold, especially my hands and feet. I bought these trigger mittens and wore them in the woods for 2 days in a row at -5 to -10 degrees in Montana. Intermittent activity and standing still. Throughout the day, my hands were toasty warm. First time I've EVER had a glove or mitten keep my hands warm in severe cold. Now if I could only find a boot to do the same! I always buy extra large gloves and this fit true to size in XL.
I have had these mittens for several years now and have toted them from hunt to hunt and never really needed them until this weekend. Goose hunting in single digit wind chill temperatures. My buddies and I have long joked that all gloves stink, just some less than others. That’s not the case here. I wore the left glove all day and the right when not calling or shooting and even without chemical “hot-hands” these kept my hands more than comfortable. They breath well too.
Wore for 2 weeks on cold Rocky Mountain hunt from rain to snow and temps down to 0. My hands were never cold or wet. We were at around 9,000 ft for entire hunt.
I think anyone who hunts late season should have a pair of these. They keep your hands warm and dry and with the wrist tethers, are always right there when you need then. I mostly use these in the tree stand in late November through the end of December once the temperatures start dropping into the sub zeros. I also use them all winter long for ice fishing. Another great First Lite product.
I would recommend everyone have a pair of these mitts, The are very warm, they stay dry and they are very functional. I also like the wrist tether, I wasn't sure about the tether at first but I found that I was taking the mitts off a lot and they just hang from your wrist until your ready to wear them again. Without the tether I would have already lost these mitts. Thank you
Best gloves I’ve ever purchased! From the late season hunt in Idaho to the early season duck hunting in California. The gloves hasn’t failed me yet I plan on putting these gloves to the test. Good job first lite
Following the sizing chart these should fit but when I put them on they are at least and inch to short and to narrow across the hand.
I in Anchorage and hunt all over AK, good cold gear is a must. Palm-finger 7 1/4” Cir 8”, bought a M.
It’s a little snug for wearing with anything but the thinner under gloves.
Tested it up to 1hr in -17F walking my dog. You won’t get frost bite, but you will be uncomfortably cold.
Tested it up to 1hr in 0-10F walking my dog. I did stay comfortable at that point.
I use them daily with my uniform and the dry earth goes perfect with the OCP color scheme.
The lanyard is super convenient for shedding them quickly for dexterity. If they bother you they can easily be removed from the loops. I love the versatility of the three finger and they are warmer when you move your pointer to the main mit, buys me about 10deg colder when I do that.
I expect to get some snowshoe hunting in soon and will edit this for capability with a shotgun.
I would absolutely recommend this for late season hunts in very cold. They just can’t make that leap to Arctic levels of sub zero, but I doubt that’s what they had in mind.
I haven't been able to hunt with these yet, but I wore them during our recent snowstorm and they were great. They fit a bit tight when they first arrived, but after breaking them in they are great. Love the wrist loop and the liner is removable for drying. Look forward to trying them during BC Whitetail next year.