Black Diamond Virago Mitt

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Free Shipping. Black Diamond Virago Mitt FEATURES of the Black Diamond Virago Mitt Fixed lining with 100% waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex insert with XCR Product Technology Abrasion-resistant, woven nylon shell with 4-way stretch Lining has 142 g PrimaLoft insulation on back of hand and 100g fleece palm Goat leather palm, back of hand and fingers Zippered pocket for heat packet SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Virago Mitt Type: Unisex Weight: Per Pair: 8.5 oz / 240 g Temperature Range: -5/25deg F / -20/-4deg C

- Moosejaw

The Black Diamond Virago Mitten is the way to go if you're constantly dealing with cold hands while you slay powder, venture out the sidecountry gates, or rack up over a 100-plus days on your skis. A cross between a traditional mountain work mitten and a burly freeride mitten, the Virago features a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex XCR membrane to seal out the wet and allow excess body heat to escape. Plus, you'll definitely dig its zippered back-of-hand pocket that stashes your heat packet on extra nippy days.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Combining work-grade durability with supreme weather protection, Black Diamond Equipment's Virago mittens take on brutal mountain conditions with ease. Gore-Texand#174; XCRand#174; waterproofing stops wet weather dead in its tracks, while strategic insulation, lining and a heat-packet pocket help you adapt to the plunging temps. Available Colors: NATURAL. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Working days don't stop for cold weather so be prepared with Black Diamond's Virago Mitt. Durable and abrasion-resistant nylon shells in combination with goat leather enhancements protect your hands while GORE-TEX inserts keep them dry. Strategically placed fleece and insulation heat your hands.

- Mountain Gear