For a high quality all around mitt these are good for your average user they feature a pull out liner which is nice when you begin to just get to warm. As well they feature a waterproof insert to keep your hands dry.
Far from the most dexterous mitt I have ever used.
If you want something more dexterous try on something with a combined liner and shell.
Super warm. Even with my poor circulation, my hands are still pretty warm at 13,000 feet at the top of Breckenridge. When the weather drops below 0F, I'll through in some hand warmers and I'm good to go. Soft lining on the thumbs doubles as a nose wipe.
The liner mitt has a pocket for your finger, but the shells don't. Huh?