Drop Tahoma 2021 Review by The Good Ride

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The Drop Tahoma Mitt is a very warm and well made mitt. It ended up becoming my favorite cold weather choice and it is very recommendable.

Drop Tahoma Mitt








Size Tried: Medium

James’ Glove Specs
Medium with Most & Large with some
Wrist to Middle Finger: 19 cm
Circumference around Knuckles: 22.5 cm


Love a stretchy leash and the Drop Tahoma Mitt has that. You might have to tie a small knot to make them fit your wrist but it’s super easy to do so.


Excellent construction. These held up well. Especially for a rider who likes to carve. It would take a lot of hand dragging to wear through.


The Drop Tahoma is insanely warm. I run warm and this is pretty much all I need for the coldest days at Mt. Bachelor. These were the first Mitt’s I reached for when it was cold. You can for sure go warmer but I run warm.

Snot Wipes

Not the softest out there but very absorbent.


The liner is a little loose in some places in the middle but it doesn’t ever come out. It seems well secured at the top by the fingers.


Gore-Tex is all you have to say. The Leather outer dry’s pretty quick and even when it was soaked on the outside the inside was still dry.


The Drop Tahoma was something I wasn’t that interested in when I first got it but it ended up being my first choice any time I was riding on a cold day. It is a very warm, well made and comfortable Mitt.

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