Outdoor Research Pinball Mittens

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On Sale. Outdoor Research Women's Pinball Mitten FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Pinball Mitten Water Resistant Windproof Breathable Lightweight Wicking Soft and Tactile Leather Palm Glove Clips SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's Pinball Mitten Weight: per pair: 4.1 oz / 116 g 70% acrylic, 15% wool, 15% alpaca outer Windguard 100% polyester fleece lining

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . You would love these mitts for their wooly warmth and posh pile linings even without the awesome Gore Windstopperand#174; protection, but Outdoor Researchand#39;s Pinball mittens have the advantage of naturally breathable warmth and a stealth membrane that blocks wind and cold. Available Colors: PEWTER. Sizes: 2XS, XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Designed for a comfort range of 25?/40?F, the Pinball Mittens feature a cozy, warm WindStopper fleece membrane.This product will be shipped directly from Outdoor Research and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.


Don't let the classic, cozy look of the cable-knit Outdoor Research Women's Pinball Mittens fool you; inside this woolly mitt is high-tech, weather-defying might. The toasty-warm acrylic, wool, and alpaca blend exterior houses moisture-wicking, breathable, quick-drying Posh Pile polyester fleece lining and WindStopper windproof lining on the back of the hand, where it's needed most. A soft and tactile leather palm provides grip and durability. See, you can be protected and fashionable at the same time.

- Backcountry.com

Outdoor Research combines style with practicality to give you the Pinball Mittens. Deflect the mightiest of winter breezes with the WINDSTOPPER lining while showing off the pinball cable knit pattern of the mitten. PRODUCT FEATURES: Fabric: WINDSTOPPER lining on the back of the hand and the back of thumb "Pinball" cable knit pattern Comfortable high pile lining Leather reinforcement at palm

- Appalachian Outdoors