SIMMS GUIDE WINDBLOC FOLDOVER MITT
There are tasks, like knot tying, that simply require the dexterity of warm, bare fingers. That's why we designed the Guide Windbloc® Foldover Mitt. This windproof mitt is for the dedicated angler who does not care what the forecast says about temps and still wants easy access to warm fingers. It's pre-curved for a natural fit, and heat-pack pockets in the wrist add warmth without interfering with grip or dexterity.
- 100% windproof with 4-way stretch
- Heat-pack pocket sits on the wrist for optimal warmth
- Pre-curved fit for increased dexterity
- Zoned insulation for warmth
- Sueded overlays in key grip areas for extra durability
- FABRIC TECH: Polartec® Windbloc®
5.00/5 Stars out of 5 Reviews
Igor (Delaware) | April 3rd, 2020
Great winter gloves. Warm, comfortable. What you need for a cold windy day .
Newby (Draper, UT) | March 14th, 2020
Tried many a similar type glove available on Amazon. Sent them all back for one reason or another. This glove fits the sweet spot I was looking for. Normally wear a Large size but upped it to a XL and was happy with my choice. Interestingly enough RFR accidentally sent a L vs. ordered XL so had a chance to try them on before sending back. RFR was quick to send me the correct size with pre-paid label for the return. Good quality, sound design, felt lining, stretch fabric and adequate cold weather protection all excellent. Not totally sold on the small button snaps to hold mitts back. Gloves could use some improvement in that regards, but only a minor criticism. I would buy again.
Larry White II (CO) | February 23rd, 2020
These gloves are a must have for winter. Warm, comfortable, and functional. I cant believe I didnt purchase these sooner. Absolute game changer!
Sean Rivers (California) | January 8th, 2020
These gloves are lifesaver for winter fishing. Super fast to fold them over. Tie on a fly and get your hands back in to stay warm. Must have purchase for winter fishing
Morgan Maly (MN) | December 3rd, 2019
These are great gloves for fall and early winter fishing. They seem to be a little better made and warmer than the extreme foldovers from a year or two ago. Can’t go wrong with Simms!