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When the temps are in the single digits, protect your fingers from frostbite with the Mountain Hardwear Men's Absolute Zero Mitten. The OutDry membrane supplies waterproof and breathable protection while the lofty 800-fill goose down keeps your fingers warm and toasty in the harshest weather imaginable.

  • OutDry membrane provides reliable waterproof and breathable weather protection
  • 800-fill goose down insulation keeps hands warm in the coldest temperatures
  • Extra long gauntlet fits over bulky jacket sleeves
  • Cyberian cordlock allows you to quickly cinch down the gauntlet with one hand
  • Carabiner loop allows you to hang the mittens up when not in use

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2 5


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

PROS: (1) Extremely warm (2) High quality fabrics and materials (3) Superb build quality (4) Very good-looking

CONS: (1) The gauntlet is wide, but not wide enough to comfortably fit over the sleeve of the Absolute Zero Parka. Lack of adequate gauntlet circumference causes the mittens to scoot forward on the hands. (2) Absence of wrist cinches to counteract the "forward scoot" force exerted on the hands by improperly-sized gauntlet openings.

CONCLUSION: I really, really wanted to like these mittens. They look great, match my Absolute Zero parka, and the high-pile fleece lining feels unimaginably soft and toasty. Unfortunately, the poorly-sized gauntlet openings coupled with no wrist cinches left my hands constantly feeling like the mittens were sliding off when not being used to grab poles and whatnot. It is surprising that Mountain Hardwear settled on this mitten design, given that virtually every other summit-class mitten in the marketplace features at least wrist cinches (for example: Marmot 8000 Meter Mitten, Rab Expedition Mitten, Montane Resolute Mitt). I cannot help but wonder if Ueli Steck's obsession with weight and minimalism has influenced Mountain Hardwear's design team in an impractical way.

5 5


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

Mountain Hardware gloves fit my hand the best! I have a large palm with medium fingers. I've been able to use MHW gloves in both medium and large with no problem! The finger length is perfect for me in medium, yet not too long in a large either.

1-28-14 Used these in -5 degree temps with high winds and my hands were almost hot in these!

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I'm glad he likes them, but those are not Absolute Zero mitts?more like Masherbrums. Nice picture though and you've got to like the t-shirt. Photo looks like it was taken in a half way house.

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^+1. You're right. Now I feel like a d-bag. I'll will switch the review over to the proper product. :)

Are there finger separation in the mitt...

Are there finger separation in the mitt tip areas inside liner

Do these have a removable liner?

Do these have a removable liner?