Men's Lost Coast Mitts™

Style# 70355OR

Just as practical today as it was 100 years ago, the flip-top mitten design of the Men's Lost Coast Fingerless Mitts shelters your hands from the cold but still provides quick access to fingers for delicate tasks when needed. The mitten top can be secured with a hidden magnetic attachment to keep it out of the way, and a quilted suede palm adds additional style.






  • Breathable
  • Wicking
  • Quick Drying
  • Quilted Reinforcement Synthetic Suede Palm
  • Sherpa Lining at Flip-Top Finger Cover
  • Magnetic Flip-Top Retention Points
  • Faux Leather OR Logo


Fabric: 85% rag wool, 15% nylon // 100% polyester sherpa fleece lining

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 5.3oz / 150g (L)

Customer Reviews

Best I could find, and I searched a long time! (Review by Eric)

Like Kenneth, I have used these for about four months now, which means all of the 2014 winter. I have not encountered the magnet problem that he mentions though.

- Warm, even when damp/wet.
- Comfortable.
- The conversion of the flip-top is quick and easy to use.
- Nice, stylish design.

- The "suede palm" is a nice bullet point, but is slippery and very thin.
- In general these mittens lack grip, especially when the full mitten is engaged. With your fingers exposed your grip is improved, but obviously will be colder. I was hoping to use these to drive with, but between the slippery leather palm and the wool itself, full mitten driving is not advised.
- The tag on the inside is kind of annoying. I'm sure I will cut it out some day.
- On the inside they seem to have cut some corners with their sewing. Most of the stitching of the corners is all connected via a single piece of thread which is easily snagged by your fingers. I'm sure this will eventually break, so hopefully it won't be an issue when it does.
- I wish the wrist cuff was slightly longer.

I searched almost daily for a good month before buying these. They are by far the most stylish design I found, and for the most part seem to be high quality, except for the weird stitching mentioned above.

Overall I recommend these and would buy them again. Only time will tell how durable they are. I have used these several times to shovel the sidewalk, etc., and seem no worse for wear. If they could put a better grip on these mittens they would pretty much be prefect in my opinion.

(Posted on 3/27/14)

good, but could be improved (Review by kenneth)

I have used them extensively the past four months.
Like them very much. Wife wants a WOMANS version.

Issue: magnet moves after some time and does not line up with fold over mitten top and flops around.

(Posted on 3/3/14)

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