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Alone in my Mind

"Alone in my mind is a style I've worked on  since I was a kid. For me, working as an artist in several forms or styles helps stop the burn out - the creative block - and to switch my mind and thoughts to whichever works at the time; from my resin art, which I choose to use with Libtech, the mixed media work I rarely get the opportunity to use, or just the plain and simple repeat pattern work of this fine art piece. The name? Well literally that I'm alone in my mind. When I create these, I switch off to everything and am happy in my own thoughts of the present."

Schoph Handicrafter Mitt


Featuring artwork by Schoph

Combine the art of Asymbol with the craftsmanship of POW Glove Company and there is bound to be magic. These mitts will keep you warm and unique in an otherwise cold and ordinary world. That we can guarantee. 


  • Waterproof HIPORA® insert
  • Goggle Squegee
  • Buff thumb to wipe your nose or goggle
  • Velcro wrist adjustment for comfort and performance
  • Unisex Sizing
  • Featured artwork by Schoph


  • SHELL: 1000 4-Way stretch Spandex w/PU Laminate
  • PALM: Waterproof PU
  • INSERT: HIPORA® Glove Insert
  • LINING: Premium anti-pill polyester micro-fleece
  • INSULATION: 100g 3M™ Thinsulate™ 
  • CLOSURE: Shock cord adjuster

Print Edition & Original Piece Available Here

$35.00 $60.00

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about the artist


Northern England

Schoph Schophield is a jack of many trades; he’s a traveler, a co-founder of two companies, an artist and one of the few keepers of snowboardings nearly forgotten renegade roots. Like his artwork, Schoph is layered, methodical and practically impossible to wrap your mind around in any short amount of time. As an artist Schophield is in a continuous state of creation, he is uncompromising and savage in his execution, using art to show how seamlessly beauty and dark matter can combine in the right hands.  

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