U.S. G.I. Extreme Cold Weather Arctic Mittens, M-1949

U.S. G.I. Extreme Cold Weather Arctic Mittens, M-1949
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U.S. G.I. Extreme Cold Weather Arctic Mittens, M-1949

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Description

These M-1949 Arctic Mittens are some of the warmest gloves ever produced! Cold hands are not an option for United States troops and these government issued US GI M-1949 Extreme Cold Weather Arctic Mittens are the perfect way to keep warm. These Arctic Mittens are made of a strong canvas with a durable leather palm and alpaca/cotton facing.

The outer facing of these Arctic Mittens is used for warming your cheeks and nose. The soft quilted liner really keeps your hands warm and can be taken out for drying. Adjustable straps on gauntlet give you a secure snug fit. These Arctic Mittens are great to wear when snowmobiling, snow shoveling, sleigh riding, or any other cold weather activity.

These new, American-made U.S. G.I. M-1949 Extreme Cold Weather Arctic Mittens are available in Olive Drab and Woodland. For more gloves and cold weather gear like this, be sure to shop our online store.

These gloves are in unused condition.

Additional Information
Color Olive Drab,Woodland Camo
Size Large,Small,Medium
Prop 65 Ca Residents Only
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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How cold temperature can these take. I'm looking for something to withstand 0 degrees . I drive a moped

I feel these mittens along with the wool inserts can easily withstand temperatures down to -20 F .

It sounds like these are like we were issued in Alaska (1970) with a harness across your shoulder that went down the sleeves so you could shuck them to shoot without losing them. Is that accurate? I assume that the trigger finger of the glove is too large for most trigger guards.

I do not know if they were issued in Alaska in 1970, however they do have the string that is used go down the sleeves of a jacket or coat. Also the mittens run extremely large. So yes they trigger finger will not fit in most trigger guards. I have used these in -15 °f and couldn't even tell. I also ordered a size Medium and they fit more like an XL. Hope this helps.