Outdoor Research Alti Mitts

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 3 reviews for other versions of the Alti Mitts. Read all reviews »

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The women's Outdoor Research Alti mittens provide exceptional warmth when venturing out in seriously cold temperatures, above 8,000m or on Arctic expeditions.

- REI

The Outdoor Research Alti Mitts are designed for use in the most extreme alpine conditions imaginable. Incredibly versatile, these mitts have an insulated liner and a burly GORE-TEX(R) exterior. Weather-proof construction offers you unparalleled comfort and dexterity without bulk or weight.-- Pre-curve boxed construction-- Updated thumb crotch construction for enhanced articulation-- Carabiner loop on back of hand-- SuperCinch(TM) gauntlet closure-- Removable Idiot Cord-- Silicone cuff print to reduce gauntlet slippage-- Fully seam taped

- OMCgear

Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Women's Alti Mitt FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Alti Mitt Waterproof Breathable Lightweight Wicking Fully Seam Taped Removable Liner Kevlar Stitching on Palm Moonlite Pile Fleece Liner Palms Pre-Curved Box Construction Three-Panel Thumb SuperCinch Gauntlet Closure ToughTek LT Tabs Prevent Slipping Heat Pack Pocket on Back of Liner Pull Loop SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's Alti Mitt Weight: per pair: (M): 11.8 oz / 333 g Gore-Tex 2.5L 100% nylon, 40D ripstop shell Pittards Armortan leather shell palm 100% nylon ripstop liner PrimaLoft 100% polyester insulation, PrimaLoft One insulation: 170g in shell, 340g in liner This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Lightweight ripstop shell material, GORE-TEX waterproofing and a PrimaLoft One/ fleece pile insulation mix makes the Outdoor Research Alti Mitts an Ed-approved 8000 meter expedition workhorse glove. Kevlar stitching and Pittards Armotan water-resistant leather palms stay protected from abrasive surfaces and icy alpine tools.

- Mountain Gear