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Outdoor Research Flurry Mitts

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Outdoor Research Women's Flurry Mitts FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Flurry Mitts Breathable Wicking Quick Drying Silicone Grip Pads on Palm and Finger Tips Leather Grab Tab at Wrist Pull Loop Glove Clip SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's Flurry Mitts Weight: M, per pair: 1.9 oz / 54 g Comfort Range: 25/40deg F / -4/4deg C Alpine-Wool Plus 40% polyester, 42% wool, 18% nylon 100% polyester back This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Keep your hands warm and insulated on a long day of cold-weather trekking; the Women's Outdoor Research Flurry Mitts are constructed of Alpin-wool Plus fabric, the wool/nylon exterior pulls moisture away while the soft fleece interior gives you the ultimate in cozy, warm comfort. MotionWrap palm construction, a snug, stretchy fit and grip-sensitive silicone prints across fingers and on palms easily grip trekking poles and allow for excellent dexterity.

- Altrec Outdoors

Insulated wool-blend comfort for high-energy pursuits or after long, cold adventures

- RockCreek

The Outdoor Research Flurry Mitt keeps your hand dry from the inside with a moisture-wicking polyester liner. MotionWrap construction keeps seams to a minimum for added comfort, greater durability, less weight, and less chafing. the snug, stretchy fit keeps your hand warm without limiting motion, and strategically placed silicone grippers provide the dexterity you need to tighten bindings, pull off skins, and whatever else you need to do far from lift lines.

- Backcountry.com