The Maxima heated mitts are lightweight using a nylon shell combined with 150 grams of Thinsulate insulation. The mitts also include a digital leather palm for extra grip and durability and a soft tricot fleece lining.
Utilizing the Zero Layer® heat system with the Maxima mitts help eliminate bulk and maximizes heat transfer. Constructed with a waterproof/breathable membrane these gloves will not only keep you warm, but also dry. Great for all snow sports and outside winter activities.
Zero Layer heat system eliminates bulk while providing more efficient heat transfer.
If you suffer from Raynaud's Syndrome our heated mittens are what you've been looking for. With a heating element at the end of each finger and thumb, it puts the heat right where you need it. Also, see our Foot Warmers for your feet.
Lightweight nylon shell and soft tricot fleece lining
Heats each side of the hand as well as the thumb
Built-in 4 level microprocessor controller to select desired heat output
Provides over 150 degrees of soothing heat for 3 hours on the highest setting
90 Day Limited Warranty
Approximate Battery Run Time per Power Level:
100% High 3 hours
75% Medium/High 6 hours
50% Medium 9 hours
25% Low 12 hours
1 - Pair of Maxima Heated Mittens
2 - 7.4v 2200mAh Batteries
1 - Dual Charger
SOLD OUT - Women's Size: Fits Women's Hand Size 6" - 9"
Men's Size: Fits Men's Hand Size 8" - 11"
How to measure your hand
Take a tape measure and wrap it around your hand over the knuckles and make a fist. DO NOT include the thumb. Always go up a size if you fall between sizes or have longer fingers.
As a 69 year-old living in northern Michigan, my fingertips always hurt like heck whenever I was shoveling snow or working outside in any way, and I had to immerse my hands in warm water as soon as I got back inside. Wearing these mittens with the heat cranked up to high has completely eliminated the pain, and outside work in winter is now almost a joy. A wonderful product.
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Terry P — MI, US
I'm a nature photographer...
I'm a nature photographer who specializes in winter photography. These mittens really help with my Raynaud's Syndrome symptoms. I'm glad I invested in them.