Outdoor Research Northwall Mitt

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When the peaks beckon to you in the middle of winter, the Outdoor Research Northwall Mitts are an essential on the pack roster. The durable yet lightweight nylon shell provides rugged defense against sharp tools and the breathable Ventia insert vents easily when you are working hard. EnduraLoft insulation in the shell keeps your fingers moving while on belay and the Moonlite Pile fleece liner can be removed at camp to dry out in preparation for the next ascent.

- CampSaver.com

For anything short of 8000 meters there's the Northwall Mitts from Outdoor Research. These mitts are ideal for winter mountaineering with durable and waterproof nylon shells for protection and a removable liner with double-layer fleece construction for superb warmth.

- Mountain Gear

Built to withstand harsh winter conditions on all but the tallest peaks, the Outdoor Research Northwall Mitten delivers complete warmth and weather protection when it counts. A super-tough 330D nylon shell stands up to prolonged mountain beatings, and the waterproof breathable Ventia insert and Enduraloft insulation handle the wet, frigid elements. The removable two-layer fleece liner warms your digits around camp, and the shellAAAs grippy synthetic palm ensures you wonAAAt drop your ice axe on summit day.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Northwall Mitts DECENT FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Northwall Mitts Pre-curve, boxed construction 3-panel thumb Duo Cinch gauntlet closure Removable Idiot Cord Moonlite Pile fleece shell; fleece-lined interior Mirror Seam double-layer fleece construction with hidden seams Patterned synthetic palm and thumb keep liner from slipping or bunching Elasticized wrist Hook/loop anchor points at top and bottom of wrist The SPECS Fabric: Shell: Waterproof/breathable Ventia insert, 330D nylon shell with lightweight ripstop panels, Insulation: EnduraLoft insulation: 200 g/m2 on back of hand and thumb, Moonlite Pile fleece palm, Palm: AlpenGrip LT palm The SPECS for Small Circumference of Hand: 7-7 1/2in. / 18-19 cm Length of Hand: 6 1/2-7in. / 17-18 cm The SPECS for Medium Circumference of Hand: 8-8 1/2in. / 20-22 cm Length of Hand: 7 1/2-8in. / 19-20 cm The SPECS for Large Circumference of Hand: 9-9 1/2in. / 23-24 cm Length of Hand: 8 1/2-9in. / 22-23 cm Average Weight: 11.9 oz / 337 g The SPECS for Extra Large Circumference of Hand: 9 1/2-10+in. / 24-25+ cm Length of Hand: 9-9 1/2+in. / 23-24+ cm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Outdoor Research Northwall mittens keep your hands warm whether you're making an alpine ascent or skiing the steeps. Waterproof, breathable Ventia™ ripstop nylon shells are fully seam taped for ultimate protection. Mittens feature EnduraLoft™ synthetic insulation on the back of the hand and thumb; palms are lined with fleece for exceptional comfort. AlpenGrip™ LT palm and thumb material delivers great grip. Removable, double-layer fleece liner mittens feature hidden seams and elasticized wrists; synthetic palms keep liners from slipping or bunching. Liners also feature rip-and-stick anchor points on top and bottom of wrist for securing inside mittens shells. Anatomically curved mittens with box construction ensure a natural, comfortable fit and maximum loft and warmth. Mitten shells feature DuoCinch™ gauntlet closures with ladder-lock wrist cinches to keep mittens in place and seal out debris. Idiot Cords attach gloves to sleeves when removed; remove cords if you don't want them. Average weight per pair, with liner: 11.9 oz., size Large.


Outdoor Research Northwall Mitt


The Northwall Mitt has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $99.00

The Outdoor Research Northwall Mitt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 6, 2015 at SunnySports.

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