Leather Handy Mitts by Choko Design

by Kirsten Armleder

Black leather mittens that turn into gloves for snowmobiling.
Choko's Leather Handy Mitts come with an adjustable leather cuff closure system, for keeping out wind and snow, and an adjustable wrist strap to provide a better fit. Choko Design photo

Are they mittens or gloves? Well, you could say Choko’s new Leather Handy Mitts are a bit of both.

When you’re riding, they are a mitten, designed to keep your hands warm in the coldest of conditions with top-quality, extra-soft cowhide and 3M Thinsulate. But say you’re stopped and you want to snap a photo, answer the phone or take a drink. Instead of taking your mitts off, just unzip the side zipper. Your hands will still be warm but now you’ll have the dexterity of a glove. The material on the index fingers is even touch-screen compatible.

Choko’s new Leather Handy Mitts are also pre-curved for ease of movement, they come with a left-hand visor wiper, an extra layer of Thinsulate on the thumb, and a double leather palm that is reinforced to provide strength, durability and a better grip.

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