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Mountain Hardwear Primaloft mitts

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Brand-new, super-warm mitts for summits or winter "fun". Conduit waterproof/breathable shells with removable Primaloft-insulated inner. Nice anatomical cut, you can actually grip stuff... Size Med, but I usually wear a L glove and these are spot-on, a L would have been ridiculous.

$40. Originally paid $135.

 

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The model was called High Altitude Mitts.

 

Winter mountaineering at high altitudes? Wear the ultimate in hand protection, with mitts engineered for top performance -- regardless of how tough the conditions. •Unique, three-layer Conduit™ technology provides absolute dryness while allowing unwanted skin moisture to escape, regardless of your level of activity.

•Duraguard palm is tough enough to handle rappelling.

•Primaloft® (insulation that's as warm and soft as down yet works when wet) insert is removable.

•Durable nylon shell is articulated, allowing easier use of the hands.

•Taped seams add extra protection.

•Wrist gauntlets with toggled drawstrings.

•Extra-wide clip ring.

•Shell: nylon (palm is polyurethane); lining and insulation: polyester.

 

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