Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Sensor Mitten

Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Sensor Mitten
Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Sensor Mitten
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Lucent Heated Sensor Mitten by Outdoor Research
Go from being the first one into the lodge for a warm-up session to being the last one on hill in the Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Mitten. Built with an AltiHeat rechargeable battery-powered heating system, the Lucent mittens turn those ice-cold, white, painful fingers into warm, toasty, nimble ones. Different colors act as heat indicators for the different settings (red for warmest, yellow mid-warm, green low-warm), and they work with one simple button. In addition to powered heat, EnduraLoft insulation provides natural warmth and protection while a Gore-Tex insert delivers waterproof protection against wet conditions. A fleece palm lining provides interior comfort, abrasion-resistant goat leather palm strips offer durability, and molded EVA on the back of the hand gives impact protection.

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SKU: ODR00XS
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