Black Diamond Access Mitt - Women's

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Retailers' Descriptions

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When warmth is your number one priority for Spring yo-yo laps in the backcountry, reach for the Black Diamond Women's Access Mitten. Inside this mitten, a stretchy fleece liner adds warmth, and it's removable so you can easily dry out your kit at the end of the day. Tough synthetic leather protects your palms against sharp ski edges, poking branches, and the sharp teeth of your buddy's playful dog. Should a freak Spring snowstorm roll in, just pull the gauntlet over your sleeves and keep snow from creeping inside your Access Mitten.


Ride hard in early winter and spring-skiing conditions with the Black Diamond Access Mitt, an exceptionally breathable glove that can handle heavy-duty abuse. The abrasion-resistant shell and synthetic leather palm give you a fantastic grip without sweating-out. The removable stretch-fleece liner can be worn separately and pulled out for rapid drying.

- Mountain Gear

Description of Black Diamond Access Mitt - WomensAn affordable all-arounder for spring conditions, the Womens Access Mitt is for those who want a minimalist mitt.FeaturesWoven nylon shell with Clarino HAR synthetic leather palmRemovable 250 g 9 oz fleece liner for drying or using separatelyImported

- US Outdoor Store

Black Diamond Women's Access Mitt

previously retailed for:
$32.47 - $49.95

The Black Diamond Women's Access Mitt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at

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