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The Marmot Warmest Mitt—warm hands no matter how cold the weather.

When the mountains and the weather throw their worst at you the Marmot Women's Warmest Mitt ensures warm, dry hands. Marmot loaded this cold weather mitt with high-loft Primaloft insulation and added a moisture-stopping Gore-Tex insert for guaranteed comfort. Whether you step into crampons, ski bindings, or snowboard boots at the beggining of the day, the burly Warmest Mitt ensures all-day warmth and comfort. The Warmest Mitt's smooth tricot lining wicks your sweat away when the going gets tough and the zippered heater pockets comes in handy when gale-force winds pickup on that exposed belay. Grip-tech palms and fingers help you keep a firm grip on your gear, and the safety leashes provide no-drop insurance when you need to remove your mitts.

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5 5

Toasty

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift
  • Fit: True to size

I purchased these for my wife. On days with -40 conditions, she would happily report her hands were hot and the gloves were awesome. A zip pouch for hand warmers on the back of the hand makes these adaptable to any conditions. She still wants a vacation in Hawaii for a month during winter, but I get some props for the mitten purchase.

5 5

These are hot

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift
  • Fit: True to size

Literally. Great for those who battle poor circulation no matter how many liners and hand warmers are used during a day of skiing. Some of the reviewers complained about the gloves getting damp, but if you have issues with staying warm in general and/or use them only on cold days, the Primaloft insulation delivers and I would highly recommend them. Also, they fit true to size and are extremely comfortable.

Do you have this in Medium/Turtle Dove? I...

Do you have this in Medium/Turtle Dove? I bought a Large but it's too big.

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I am sorry but it looks like we don't have any of that size and color instock right now and don't have any on order from Marmot. The Marmot Expedition Mitt is a good alternative but I imagine you are devoted to that Turtledove color. If you haven't found an alternative source please check back with us at the beginning of January and hopefully we will have more in.

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Thank you, I appreciate your quick reply. Can you tell me how many inches the Small measures at the mitten (length e.g. thumb and mitten from top to wrist) and the width palm? I am wondering if I should order the Small and try it, but would like some measurements to make sure. Much appreciated.

5 5

great for cold days

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I don't have great circulation and my hands (and toes) are always cold skiing, no matter what I do. I finally ordered these after reading so many positive reviews, and I wore them skiing in Jackson Hole when the temps were between -11 and 4. I added my own thin glove liners since this mitten doesn't come with any (which is fine). I'm happy to report the mittens worked wonderfully and I only got a tiny bit cold, which is amazing compared to normal. If you're going to go in temps even colder than the negative single digits, I'd recommend going with the Marmot Expedition Mitt, which is one step up on the heat scale. (But those things are super super bulky--they're meant for, like, antarctic expeditions.) All in all, I'm way pleased with this purchase and this will be my go-to ski mitten for very cold days at the resort and in the backcountry. I like keeping glove liners on underneath so I can easily slip the mittens off to fiddle with my boot buckles, phone, etc.

2 5

Very Warm--Don't dry

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These mittens were extremely warm for below-zero skiing in Colorado. Unfortunately, the liners did not dry completely and they were cold and uncomfortable by the end of Day 3. Problem seems to be that moisture never escapes from lining. Also, they are very thick and I always had to remove them to make boot adjustments; clumsy to put through loops on ski poles.

are the liners appropriate for taking...

are the liners appropriate for taking pictures?

5 5

Super warm mitts

I was never a mitten fan, as I didn't like the lack of dexterity that accompanied them. But for my trip to the Arctic I thought they would be the warmest option. After asking around, I went with these, and was very glad I did! I must have abnormally large thumbs, because I had to get the large in order to fit them, but that left some extra room for my fingertips. Even so, they were warmer than they've ever been with gloves, even at -40. And that was just standing around. If I was moving (such as the many times we had to dig cars out of snowbanks), they were almost too warm! I didn't even use the nifty pocket for the handwarmer packs, but they're there if you want them. Expensive? Yes, but worth every penny when it comes to comfort in extreme cold.

5 5

Best Ever

We got these mittens for my wife. She is actually allergic to the cold but loves skiing and we have a second home up in the mountains. We got her these mittens and have had no issues since. She skis, snowshoes and wears them out on cold nights to dinner. She loves them and I would recommend them for anyone that wants super warm mittens.

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I'm allergic to the cold too! My finger's and toes turn white and they just freeze! I have 3 kids in travel hockey so we are in the cold almost year around. It's a painful condition so I'm always looking for new, warmer mittens. I'm going to order these today!
Thanks!

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I'm part of the club too. It's called Raynaud's syndrome and there doesn't seem to be any cure except to stay as warm as possible. Every previous glove weren't able to prevent me from getting banana fingers. I got these today based on reviews and will rate them after my next few days in 10-20 deg weather.

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@ terp319321, I have Raynaud's, too, and it's so painful.. I'm very curious to know what you think!

5 5

Pretty good mitt!

To answer some question on here there is a mitten liner inside, not a glove liner. And the liner IS NOT removable. The leather is this new agey stuff that supposedly will hold up better to washing which is good news!

I whipped these out today in a deep powder day with wind chills between 3 and 10 degrees F. My hands considering how cold it was, did ok. I did wear an additional liner underneath these. The only cold spot I noticed the most was my thumb, however, I have terrible circulation, so I'd still say to buy these if you always have cold hands.

When I was moving, my hands warmed up really well (hiking and actually skiing). My hands stayed dry all day and the raging wind did not go through the membrane at all! The gloves' gauntlet system could be wider, I had to really tuck in my sleeves of my jacket in there. The cinch system on the gauntlet works well and the long strings so I don't lose my mittens is nice. The mittens also have a clip to stick them together.

Overall, if there was a 4.5 stars I'd give it that. It's a good mitt and worth the $$$ if you have really cold hands. Your hands will stay dry and warm especially warm if you are in motion at all.

i'm right on the border of a small and a...

i'm right on the border of a small and a medium. anyone know if these gloves run true to the sizing? (saying that a 7 would be a small, 7 1/2 a medium - my hand is 7" around the knuckles when i make a fist)

Does this mitten have a glove liner or a...

Does this mitten have a glove liner or a mitten liner inside?

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THERE IS NO REMOVEABLE LINER with this mitten. I ordered it from Backcountry just a few weeks ago. I just decided to keep it although it doesn't come with a liner. I contacted the guys through the Chat Now option. Backcountry verified that there is no removeable liner. It was a misprint in the description. They will change it soon.

I need the warmest womens gloves they...

I need the warmest womens gloves they make

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This one is written in plain English... you can't argue with that.

5 5

Finally Warm Tips

Gave these mitts to my Fiance' for Christmas, she wore them at Highlands on a 10 degree day, and told me it was the first time ever that her hands were actually hot! Great idea to use a chemical warmer in the back of the mitt. She has always suffered with cold hands. Great Mitt.

It seems like my hands are always cold...

It seems like my hands are always cold even to the point on numb even though I am wearing glove that are rated to be water proof and warm. Do you have any suggestions? Mitten or gloves? I live in Ohio.

what mittens/gloves would you suggest for...

what mittens/gloves would you suggest for being out in cold conditions - such as mountain skiing, and 4 wheeling in the cold

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How cold? Maine Cold or Utah cold? Primaloft is very warm..I think you will like these.