Magma Gourmet Grilling Mitt

Magma Gourmet Grilling Mitt


The Magma Gourmet Grilling Mitt features a convenient hanging loop and can be used with either hand.


  • 100% Quilted Heat Resistant Cotton Construction
  • Silicone Palm/Thumb With Magma "M" Logo For Added Heat Protection
  • Embroidered Magma Logo
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Protective Mitt when Grilling, Handling Hot Pots, Oven Trays, and Utensils

Safely handle any hot pot, pan, oven tray, or utensils with this Gourmet Grilling Mitt. Perfect for grilling or oven use, these mitts are constructed of quilted heat resistant cotton with a complete silicone palm/thumb section. The silicone palm/thumb adds increased heat protection and insures a secure grip, while the extra-long mitt sleeve provides added wrist and arm protection.

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Magma Gourmet Grilling Mitt A10-287JB Gourmet Grilling Mitt, Jet Black
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