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Black Diamond Mercury Mitten - Women's

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    Four-season versatility on the rocks.

    The Black Diamond Women's Mercury Mitten has a removable insulated liner so you can take it on summer mountaineering adventures as well as winter touring sessions. A Gore-tex insert gives the external shell exquisite waterproofing, and One insulation is PrimaLoft's highest performing insulation for water-resistance, softness, and compressibility. Black Diamond rated this glove to keep your hands comfy in 10°F, but most people claim to still have toasty digits in sub-zero temperatures. The Mercury also features a goat leather palm for a solid grip, Kevlar stitching for durable reinforcement, a trigger finger at the liner, and a wrist strap for a secure fit. 

    • Gore-tex waterproof membrane
    • Removable liner with PrimaLoft One insulation
    • High-loft fleece backing
    • Goat leather palm with Kevlar stitching
    • Trigger finger at liner
    • Wrist strap
    • Internal index-finger divider
    • Item #BLD006D

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] woven nylon, [palm] goat leather, Kevlar
    Waterproofing
    Gore-Tex membrane
    Insulation
    284g PrimaLoft One, high-loft fleece
    Removable Liner
    yes, insulated
    Style
    gauntlet mitten
    Closure
    wrist strap
    Claimed Weight
    10.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, skiing/snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Warm and Bomber

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    My friend is new to skiing this season and I decided to get these as a Christmas gift. She typically complains about her hands getting cold on the lift and wanted something that also had a removable liner. The Mercury is super warm and waterproofing is excellent. The only small issue is that the liner can be a bit tricky to get in and out. But overall a solid mitten choice. She was stoked!

    Girl tested, cat approved!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XSmall

    Not going to lie, it was weird and a little hard to get used to having my index finger separated from the others inside of a mitten. These gloves keep my hands nice and toasty! I could see how some of the other reviewers could say they are not warm, maybe if they are standing in one place and not moving.... I'm always on the go and have never had any problems with my hands not being warm enough! The do a great job of keeping snow/rain/water out as well. I got these to use on my scooter around town when the temperatures start dropping. If I had any complaint on these gloves it would be that I went with the wrong color, which is my own fault... The blue was on sale so the price tempted me... Should have went with black. Buy once, cry once.

    Girl tested, cat approved!

    Hard to put on

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small

    Giftee says the wrist cuff is tight, even when open widest, and "I have the smallest wrists going" she would not buy them for herself. at 10 degrees not really warm enough either, needs liners and hand warmers; acknowledging we are talking about an old woman (sic) with bad circulation from decades of smoking...

    not warm.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large

    I searched and searched to find mittens that would keep my hands warm. These sounded great, and I was so excited to try them out. I have worn them a few times now and they just don't keep me warm at all. I wore them two days ago skiing in 25(ish)-degree wet weather. My hands went numb and I had to stop mid-mountain to put in hand warmers. Even then, my hands were cold. The shells also got very wet (only the liners are waterproof), which might have contributed to the problem. I do like the design of them otherwise -- the long cuff, the removable liner, the leash, the little loop to hang them up, the split finger . . . .

    Had them since 2006, got another in 2014

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    These are hands-down THE warmest gloves I've ever owned. I've used them in the Chugach of Alaska, the Northeast winters of New England, Utah, and the backcountry of the Chic Chocs in Quebec. I've never wished for hand warmers; these things did the trick. I kept wearing my original pair from 2006 until I finally wore through the elastics in both cuff drawcords; Black Diamond replaced them for me for free and allowed me to keep my old pair as well, which I still use from time to time (slightly longer cuff, which I like in storms). These are amazing. I test a lot of gloves and mittens as a gear tester for Outdoor Women's Alliance, and there is no comparison in terms of warmth and comfort for your hands.

    Warm hands, warm heart

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Apparently I have no blood circulation in my extremities. My fingers and toes freeze blue when the wind picks up. I got real-deal frost-nip (nerve damage) at 31 degrees, in the sun. When I started backcountry snowboarding and snowcamping, this became a real liability. Thank you Black Diamond for saving my digits. I still have all ten fingers. I tried every heavy ski glove in the shop, even the burly ones for men (my hands are about a men's size medium, but slimmer). Frozen fingertips in all of them. Then I put on this massive beast of a mitten and voila, warm hands even on the slow ski lift in the middle of a below-zero whiteout. The liners come out for easy washing, and the big gauntlet seals in a lot of heat around your wrists where jacket sleeves end. You sacrifice some dexterity and you'll look like a boxer, but you'll be the nicest girl on the chairlift when your hands are warm. Also, your hands will be so warm that if you need dexterity for a bit, you can take off the mitten and text away! They say "Cold Hands, Warm Heart," but take it from me, "Warm hands, warmer heart."

    Warm hands, warm heart

    Weird shape

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I bought this mittens because my hands are always cold skiing in New England. However when I received them I noticed they fit really weirdly. I measured my hands and followed the guide, so I got the medium. They are a bit tight around by hand, but super long (more that 1 extra inch ), so they were just too bulky. Also, the cuff is huge and made me feel like Darth Vader. So, even though the construction looks promisingly warm I am sending them back.

    Shoot! That's too bad that they didn't work for you! I've had two pairs of these since 2006 (still using both) and they fit my hands wonderfully. They are hands-down the warmest gloves I've ever owned. The cuffs are great for those that will be going into more extreme weather conditions. Probably not the best for everyday use, but if you freeze, these are the gloves I always recommend to others.

    what is the elastic strap across the tip of the fingers on top of the mitten used for?

    That strap is to aid in the drying process if the gloves ever get wet. The strap is at the top of the glove because gloves dry best in an upright position, so you would want to hang the glove from the strap using a carabiner or clip of some kind as shown in the picture I've attached below. (Pictured is a glove instead of a mitten but it's the same principle.)

    That strap is to aid in the drying process if the gloves ever get wet. The strap is at the top of the glove because gloves dry best in an upright position, so you would want to hang the glove from the strap using a carabiner or clip of some kind as shown in the picture I've attached below. (Pictured is a glove instead of a mitten but it's the same principle.)

    Can you fit one of the handwarmer heatpacks between the liner and the outer mitten?