Black Diamond Mercury Mitten - Women's

Black Diamond Mercury Mitten - Women's
Black Diamond Mercury Mitten - Women's
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Mercury Mitten - Women's by Black Diamond
Don't let the temps get you down. When everything from your toes to your nose freezes over, it's time to bust out the Black Diamond Mercury Women's Mitten. It's Black Diamond's most popular mitt, and it has everything you would need in an all-rounder. Featuring a removable split-finger fleece liner for dexterity and a goat leather palm for grip, this mitt has outstanding grip and flexibility. To keep your blood moving, BD packed the Mercury with Primaloft insulation and a BDry waterproof insert so the heat stays close to your fingers when you need it. A wrist cinch and drawcord gauntlet ensures there's never snow where there shouldn't be, and Kevlar palm stitching will last seasons on seasons.

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