Outdoor Research Mt Baker Modular Mitts

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Outdoor Research created the men's Virtuoso Jacket because at the end of a long, exhausting, and exhilarating day of travel through snowy backcountry, nothing feels better than settling into camp by pulling on warm dry socks and a warm puffy down jacket. Lofty 650+ down fills the Virtuoso Jacket

- RockCreek

These waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex mitts are designed to meet the needs of elite high-altitude mountaineers, but can be used by anyone looking for ultrawarm mitts. Triple-layer 70-denier taslan/Gore-Tex shell is tough and precurved for a more natural fit. Removeable PrimaLoft One insulated glove liners with heat pack pockets provide exceptional warmth and dexterity. SuperCinch gauntlets can be easily closed with one hand. Carabiner loops to hang mitts for drying. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

Constructed with a waterproof/breathable ripstop GORE-TEX shell, the Outdoor Research Mt. Baker Modular Mitts are a technical, versatile, waterproof mitt system that provide storm protection in cold, damp climates at high altitude. Great for snowboarders, ice climbers, ski area employees and other abusers of cold weather handwear. Avg. weight: per pair, shell only 4.6 oz. Import.Shell:Waterproof/breathable, lightweight, 3-layer 70D Taslan ripstop GORE-TEX shell. Fully seam taped.AlpenGrip palm.Pre-curve, boxed construction.Thumb crotch construction for enhanced articulation.Carabiner loop on back of hand.Ladder-lock wrist cinch with easy-grip tab.SuperCinch gauntlet closure to seal out the cold.Removable Idiot Cord.Removable Liner:Lightweight ripstop shell.170g PrimaLoft One insulation on back of hand and thumb; Moonlite Pile fleece insulated palm.Toughtek tabs on fingertips and thumb keep liner from slipping or bunching.Heat packet pocket on back of hand.Hook/loop anchor points at top and bottom of wrist.Hook/loop tab adjustment on gauntlet.

- Campmor