Rab Expedition Mitt

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Free Shipping. Rab Men's Expedition Mitt FEATURES of the Rab Men's Expedition Mitt Pertex Endurance outer fabric 750FP European Goose Down (50g/2oz in size L) Superior quality Rab Hydrophobic Down Hard wearing nylon in abrasion areas Removable inner pile glove Wrist leash, simple loop lock One-handed shockcord wrist closure Donning tab (on inner and outer mitt), securing strap Reflective trim Wide opening SPECIFICATIONS of the Rab Men's Expedition Mitt Weight: 12.3 oz / 350 g 30d/30d 52g/m2, 100% nylon 6 This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Rab's Expedition Mitts are down filled mittens designed for use at Altitude or in Polar regions. The inner glove is removable for quick drying and the glove has a wide opening making them easy to get on and off - very important when working in extreme cold.

- CampSaver.com

The world's coldest temperatures and most extreme conditions require the use of the Rab Expedition Mitten. Saying these mittens are heavily insulated is a gross understatement. Featuring 850-fill goose down, the Expedition Mitten keeps your digits toasty when you explore the world's highest peaks and polar regions. Featuring a Pertex Endurance shell, these gloves provide total protection from howling winds and snow. Hard-wearing nylon throughout high abrasion areas ensures long-lasting use. A removable inner pile glove allows you to remove the insulated outer shell without freezing your fingers off when extra dexterity is required, and to facilitate speedier drying when you come in from the snow and cold. The one-handed shock cord conveniently secures the mitten's gauntlet-style closure around your jacket cuff for an impenetrable fortress against the elements.

- Backcountry.com