Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Mitt
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When the mercury drops, the Jalapeno Mittens rise to the occasion. True backcountry mittens, the Jalapenos are waterproof and loaded with Thermal.Q Elite insulation, keeping hands warm and dry.
- REI refers to the men's version
The Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Mitt is a classic backcountry ski mitt with leather palm and long gauntlet.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Mitt FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Mitt Over and under cuff design enhances versatility All leather palm is rugged and very dexterous Thick fleece liner keeps hands warm all day Soft suede thumb patch for wiping wet noses Easy to use single pull/quick release gauntlet adjustment blocks out elements Pull-on webbing loop at wrist Carabiner loop for hanging gloves off harness keeps gloves dry when not in use SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Mitt Average Weight: 6 oz / 156 g Body: Nylon taslan (100% nylon) Laminate: OutDry waterproof technology Palm: Water-resistant goatskin leather Insulation: Thermal.Q Elite Back of Hand: 240 g/m2, Palm: 120 g/m2, Gauntlet: 120 g/m2
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
The Jalapeno Mitt from Mountain Hardwear is an ultra-insulated backcountry mitt with OutDry Waterproof Technology to keep the water out and Thermal.Q Elite insulation to keep the warmth in. The all-leather palm is rugged and dexterous while a soft suede thumb patch is perfect for wiping wet noses. The easy-to-use single pull gauntlet adjustment blocks out the elements.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
Add some spice to your ski sessions with Mountain Hardwear's Jalapeno Mitten. As a backcountry favorite, the Jalapeno features an OutDry laminate for waterproof breathable protection, and Thermal. Q Elite insulation mimics goose down to ensure warmth without the weight. Mountain Hardwear added a fleece lining for smooth comfort, a goatskin palm for a good grip, and a drawcord gauntlet that tucks away for undercuff coverage.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version