Outdoor Research HighCamp Mittens - Women's

Outdoor Research HighCamp Mittens - Women's
Outdoor Research HighCamp Mittens - Women's
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HighCamp Mittens - Women's by Outdoor Research
The Outdoor Research Women's HighCamp Mittens don't mess around when it comes to keeping your hands warm. Waterproof, well-insulated, and durable enough to withstand some serious abuse, these gloves will keep your hands snug and cozy whether you're climbing the Fuhrer Finger on Rainier or getting trenched in chest-deep pow during a dumper day at Stevens.The outer shell of the glove is composed of a durable nylon shell, while a goatskin leather reinforced palm offers exceptional grip and durability. Behind the shell is Outdoor Research's Ventia insert for waterproof, breathable protection. A generous dose of PrimaLoft Gold insulation delivers warmth, making the gloves comfort rated down to 25F and -5F at their lower limit. Inside is a removable Radiant Fleece liner mitten, which is fitted with a silicone grip for added dexterity when readying gear in the early hours of the morning. Both a wrist cinch and drawcord at the cuff ensure a snow-tight closure,

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