Life of Grace Kevlar Mitten 2019 Review by The Good Ride

The Life of Grace Women’s Kevlar Mittens are tough and ready for all the hand dragging carves you want to throw their way. They are insulated with 3M of Thinsulate so they are toasty warm, and are made with breathable material as well so you don’t get sweaty hands.

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Steph’s Hand Specs

Size Tried Small

Index Finger to Wrist  7″

Knuckle Width 3″

4 Fingers Width 2 3/4″

Wrist Width 2 1/4″

Wrist Circumference 6 1/4″

The mittens were a little stiff when I first started wearing them, but they relaxed over time, and I kept reaching for these over my other mittens on storm days, they just kept my hands warm and dry always. The cuff sat a little funny against my jacket cuffs, it didn’t seem to want to tuck in or stay over. The mitten just kind of sat at the end of the jacket arm which sometimes allowed for the snow to sneak in.

Overall the Life of Grace Women’s Kevlar Mittens seems well made and was functional. If you like to do a lot of hand dragging carves, is really rough on your mittens and need a mitten palm that won’t break down, or want a toasty pair of good looking mittens these could work for you.

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