Swany America Corp.

ARCTIC LADIES (Previous Model)

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SHELL: Thermotron heat reflective fabric & Smooth Grain LeatherShield Palm

INSULATION: Primaloft-130g, Polygiene Odor Control inner glove

FEATURES: Toaster Construction, AquaGuard lock-down zipper, quick release strap, Fleece storm cuff, Touch Screen compatible inner glove fingertip & thumb Swany SpeedDraw System



It’s what’s inside that matters.

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
love toasters, but know the liner is not removable

I love my original Toasters mitts so much that I wanted to stock up on similar but w slightly more insulation. these have liner gloves in them but they are attached which is definitely NOT what I was seeking. they will work fine for some I'm sure but I take my shells off 100 times per day and it is crucial for me to be able to do this. if you are strictly resort skiing and it is not critically cold, then these will work fine.

Emily Rand
Great idea but they just dont work

I read the reviews and ignored them, dont make my mistake. The inner glove is way too floppy and large so the fingers dont go in the right spot. The glove tips dont work on my iphone.

Laurie Bach
Definitely buy these!

I tried these just to get me through the end of the ski season, but absolutely think these may be my best gloves ever!

Patricia Pepe
Difficult zipper and difficult to put fingers in liners

These mittens were good once i was used to them. But there was definitely a learning curve. The first day I wore them skiing, I couldn’t open and close the zipper that allowed my fingers and liner to come out of the mittens on the side. I had to take the entire mitten off on the one hand to shut the zipper on the other hand. By day 2, I figured out how to position my fingers so that there was some tension and I could pull the zipper closed with the other hand still mittened. The other problem is the liner is very thin, which is fine for warmth because the outer mittens are very warm, but not good as far as getting my fingers to go into the correct finger holes. I ended up with two fingers in one hole often times. By day three, I had figured out the liners a little better, and was more adapt at it. I got these mittens for a very good price so I won’t be exchanging them, and I’ll live with thr shortcomings and get used to them. The mittens did keep my hands very warm in the cold temperatures that we were skiing in.

Warmest Gloves Ever

Swany gloves are the warmest. I’ve been wearing them at least 10 years and while others have heated gloves and hand warmers I never have the need.