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Leather Oven Mitts, Factory Second
Leather Oven Mitts, Factory Second
Leather Oven Mitts, Factory Second
Leather Oven Mitts, Factory Second
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Field Company

Leather Oven Mitts, Factory Second

Regular price
$135
Sale price
$89

Field Factory Second Leather Oven Mitts may include one or more cosmetic issues that won't affect heat-protection performance, including nicks, scrapes or discoloration of leather. Factory Seconds are final sale only.

Hand-stitched full-grain Leather Oven Mitts, made to safely handle hot cast iron cookware in the kitchen or the great outdoors. Sold as a pair.

Field Factory Second Leather Oven Mitts may include one or more cosmetic issues that won't affect heat-protection performance, including nicks, scrapes or discoloration of leather. Factory Seconds are final sale only.

Hand-stitched full-grain Leather Oven Mitts, made to safely handle hot cast iron cookware in the kitchen or the great outdoors. Sold as a pair.

Cast iron gets hot and stays hot, so hand protection is a must in active kitchens. Our Leather Handle Cover is great for stovetop use, but we wanted to design a comfortable heat protection solution for heavy-duty cast iron cooking with the Field Dutch Oven and larger Field Skillet sizes.

We worked with the team at Queen City Dry Goods to design easy-on, easy-off leather mitts that can handle cookware heated in max temperature ovens while retaining excellent dexterity for the kinds of quick grabs where most kitchen and campfire burns occur.

Every hand is different, and we’ve endeavored to create a shape that’s comfortable for everyone, regardless of size.

To determine your ideal size, measure from the base of your palm to the tip of your middle finger. Our sizes, measured in inches, correspond to this measurement. Small, at 6 ¾", is made for smaller hands. If you’re closer to 7 ⅜” or prefer a snug fit, go for the Medium. If you’re closer to 8”, like a roomier fit, or aren’t quite sure, you’ll be safe with the Large.

Made from durable full-grain leather, insulated with cotton batting and backed with black suede. Hand-stitched and assembled in Vermont.

Field Leather Oven mitts are made to withstand heat from cast iron cookware coming out of 550°F ovens, and designed to be donned and doffed with a single hand. We like working with leather goods because, like cast iron, they evolve and develop unique and well-earned wear patterns through time and use.

Our Leather Oven Mitts are made in the USA, stitched and assembled by hand from start to finish in Vermont’s Champlain Valley.

These mitts are made to handle hot cast iron cookware, and will crease, scuff, and develop a fine patina over time, following the unique pattern of time and use in your kitchen. Like all great leather goods, they’ll settle into an exact fit dictated by the way you use them.

Mitts are designed to handle cookware heated at temperatures up to 550°F. Use to handle hot cookware, but don’t leave mitts in the oven or exposed to open flame. Exercise caution while handling hot foods and cookware.

Cast iron gets hot and stays hot, so hand protection is a must in active kitchens. Our Leather Handle Cover is great for stovetop use, but we wanted to design a comfortable heat protection solution for heavy-duty cast iron cooking with the Field Dutch Oven and larger Field Skillet sizes.

We worked with the team at Queen City Dry Goods to design easy-on, easy-off leather mitts that can handle cookware heated in max temperature ovens while retaining excellent dexterity for the kinds of quick grabs where most kitchen and campfire burns occur.

Every hand is different, and we’ve endeavored to create a shape that’s comfortable for everyone, regardless of size.

To determine your ideal size, measure from the base of your palm to the tip of your middle finger. Our sizes, measured in inches, correspond to this measurement. Small, at 6 ¾", is made for smaller hands. If you’re closer to 7 ⅜” or prefer a snug fit, go for the Medium. If you’re closer to 8”, like a roomier fit, or aren’t quite sure, you’ll be safe with the Large.

Made from durable full-grain leather, insulated with cotton batting and backed with black suede. Hand-stitched and assembled in Vermont.

Field Leather Oven mitts are made to withstand heat from cast iron cookware coming out of 550°F ovens, and designed to be donned and doffed with a single hand. We like working with leather goods because, like cast iron, they evolve and develop unique and well-earned wear patterns through time and use.

Our Leather Oven Mitts are made in the USA, stitched and assembled by hand from start to finish in Vermont’s Champlain Valley.

These mitts are made to handle hot cast iron cookware, and will crease, scuff, and develop a fine patina over time, following the unique pattern of time and use in your kitchen. Like all great leather goods, they’ll settle into an exact fit dictated by the way you use them.

Mitts are designed to handle cookware heated at temperatures up to 550°F. Use to handle hot cookware, but don’t leave mitts in the oven or exposed to open flame. Exercise caution while handling hot foods and cookware.

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Hot, Handled

Hand protection is a big part of cooking with cast iron, because every piece of cookware eventually becomes too hot to handle—at least without some help.

We worked with Queen City Dry Goods, of Williston, Vermont, to create the perfect leather mitt for handling cast iron cookware in the kitchen, or around the fire.

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