2022 NRS Veno Mitts Closeout

Save 48%

Color: Black
Size: XS
Price:
Sale price$24.95 Regular price$47.95
Ship to your address or select the location below for free pickup in-store option.

Description

The NRS Veno Mitts deliver the warmth and insulation of the Toaster Mitt with the bare-hand grip of a pogie.

Features
  • Open-palm design lets you feel your paddle for optimal control.
  • 3.5 mm raw neoprene exterior with titanium laminate adhesive sheds water, eliminating evaporative cooling and enhancing insulation.
  • Pre-curved finger pocket has a stitch between the index and middle fingers for improved dexterity.
  • Easy-entry wrists allow you to slip your fingers out of the mitt for tying knots or snapping photos.
  • 2.5 mm RawHide™ palm along with the opening in the middle deliver unbeatable grip.
  • Liquid-sealed seams help keep water out.
  • Pairing snaps on the wrists help keep the gloves together.

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

Learn more.

Estimate shipping

Paddlers Also Like...

Don't Forget About These

What are we up to?

View more from the CKS Blog
Down and Dirty: 9 Items You Need for Your Dry Suit Repair Kit

Down and Dirty: 9 Items You Need for Your Dry Suit Repair Kit

GearJonny Ortiz
Whitewater dry wear is the largest apparel investment any boater can make. For those who want to extend the life and use of their dry suit (or dry top), it's best to keep a dry suit repair kit on hand. Read our 9 recommendations for the best dry suit repair kit!
Whitewater Kayak Paddle Buying Guide

Whitewater Kayak Paddle Buying Guide

Jonny Ortiz
Choosing the right paddle for whitewater kayaking can be daunting with all the available paddle options to consider. We are here to help! ...
All Aboard the Love Boat!

All Aboard the Love Boat!

Benjamin Thornton

Have you ever had a tough time convincing your family that your black eye isn't that big of a deal? Or spent an hour explaining to your Tinder date the difference between "homeless" and "houseless," just so they would understand why you brought them back to a tent in the woods? 

If you answered yes to either of these things, hopefully this blog can help avoid some of those awkward conversations!