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A mitt for the coldest temperatures and the nastiest storms.

Hestra's Army Leather Expedition Mitten is its warmest mitt, made for serious time at altitude. This burly mitt not only has fiberfill insulation but a removable three-finger Primaloft liner for ultimate finger-thawing warmth. The Flextron softshell provides waterproof, windproof protection, while the grippy and gorgeous impregnated army goat leather delivers inimitable leather quality and performance. Kangaroo leather reinforcement covers the palm for even more durability. For extreme cold or conditions, this mitt ensures five-finger comfort.

  • Impregnated army goat leather
  • Kangaroo leather palm reinforcement
  • Flextron waterproof, windproof softshell
  • Fiberfill insulation
  • Removable three-finger Primaloft liner
  • Hestra handcuffs
  • Snow lock

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5 5

very warm, hopefully durable

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Have worn these a bunch in our chicago winter so far this year. Extremely warm, and the leather helps some with grip. Read a good tip for applying the included leather oil, warm up the leather a bit with a hair dryer, and just wear a pair of latex or nitrile gloves and apply with your fingers. Then the oil goes into the leather, not into a cloth or your hand.

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Does anyone know how this would compare...

Does anyone know how this would compare to the OR Alti Mitts? I am seriously debating between the two. I like the apparent durability of the Hestra Expedition Mitten, but can't find any reviews re: warmth. The Alti's appear to be the go-to standard for high altitude mountaineering, which is my primary intended use.