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[Costco] Roots 3 in 1 Ski Mitt-$19.97 [in-store]

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Dec 27, 2007
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[Costco] Roots 3 in 1 Ski Mitt-$19.97 [in-store]

My gloves are not warmth enough for ski, just picked up one pair of mitt from Costco Scarborough store, it is listed at 39.99 but found it is 19.97 only after the scan. looks like the clearance price. Not sure other stores are on the same clearance sale. Online is 44.99 and the reviews look good.
Tried them and feel very comfortable, also come with a pair of gloves that can be used separately in the mild days. will try them this weekend.
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Sep 10, 2010
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I thought these were regular at $29.99?

My friend has a pair from the previous year at Costco. Says they are great and keep the hands warm. Just on some super cold Ottawa days, it struggles to do the job.

At $20 definitely worth a try. I would get these if I didn't already get a pair of Auclair trigger mits, I need that index finger for snowboard bindings.
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Nov 20, 2012
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I bought these a couple of years ago and they're great for playing outdoors with the kids and shoveling etc, havent used them for skiing. I would buy another pair at this price as a backup.
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Thanks OP. Will check my local Costco if they have it in stock.
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I bought these a while back but found them really large (long). If anyone wants an essentially unused pair for $10 PM me (downtown TO or York region).
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Burlington has the Roots Mitts 3-1 for $19.97 as well.

Item # 5550022.
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I bought these in store last year for $24 or $26. I love the thin inside gloves for daily use while commuting and the mitts are good for hiking. The inside gloves are touch screen sensitive and work for very basic task such as answering a call or taking a photo. You won't be able text.

Overall I'd recommend this set.
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Oct 11, 2005
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I have a similar pair of mitts from Costco from a couple seasons ago... Love 'em. One feature they call the zippered "furnace pocket" (meant for putting in those HotShots or HotHands exothermic hand-warmers) is great for ski hills that use RFID lift passes (e.g. Winsport COP in Calgary), since the card fits nicely in this pocket and allows you to easily open the gates (works more reliably than hanging on your jacket or storing in your jacket pocket).
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Nov 29, 2013
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I have had these as well for the last few years and they are my go to for really cold days. The older ones actually have a compass on each glove. More of a novelty than anything else but a pretty cool feature for some warm gloves.
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immysiddy wrote: I bought these a while back but found them really large (long). If anyone wants an essentially unused pair for $10 PM me (downtown TO or York region).
PM'd you. Interested depending on the size.
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Aug 4, 2014
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These are fantastic at regular price and even better at a clearance price. Like others have mentioned, the inside gloves are great daily commuters during the winter and are good for answering calls. I've used both the glove and mitts for skiing, and are good up until -20, which is when my fingers start to get cold. For the price point though, I really can't complain. The palms are nice and grippy, and are about as waterproof as you can get without being goretex. I wouldn't suggest dunking your mitts into the snow every time you sit down, but I'd highly recommend these for skiing and any sort of outdoor activity where you'll need to be outside for extended periods of time.
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[OP]
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Dec 27, 2007
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I was ready to pay for the full price. with 50% off I will definitely keep them. They have plenty in the stock.
They are too warm for today with -12C outside :)
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May 29, 2006
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If anyone spots these in Winnipeg please let me know! Thanks a bunch!

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