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Sometimes you need a mitten. Sometimes you need a glove.

A mitten will always be warmer than a glove made of comparable materials because your fingers share heat with one another in a mitten. The main drawback is a lack of dexterity, but with its modular design that features an insulated glove liner under a Gore-Tex shell, the Outdoor Research Mt. Baker Modular Mitten allows you to expose your fingers when you need a little added dexterity.

  • Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane is guaranteed to keep you dry in brutal storms and allows evaporating sweat to pass through as you work up a sweat
  • PrimaLoft One insulation traps in warmth and shields your hand from temps as low as -15 degrees F.
  • An AlpenGrip palm provides solid grab on your poles or ice axe
  • Pre-curved digits and updated thumb articulation improves dexterity
  • Long gauntlet locks out snow, wind, and cold
  • Hand-warmer pocket keeps your heat pack close to your hand when the temperature really drops

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5 5

Versatility at its finest

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

The Mt. Baker mitts will keep your hands warm, dry and comfortable no mater what conditions the mountain throws at you. The ability to choose your layering makes these so versatile. The outer Shell constructed of bomber goretex is incredibly light, and rolls up into the size of a twinkie to jam in your pack while you hike the hills. When the time comes to ride down, I typically use a midweight liner with the shell. On super cold days, i always have the PrimaLoft liners stashed away for cold weather insurance.

Being a snowboarder, my hands are in the snow a lot, so its nice to have a durable waterproof mitt, with the option to use it in a wide range of conditions. From -20 blower pow days to spring time in the big mountains, this is one mitt combo that can do it all.

Versatility at its finest
5 5

Cold Hands Must Have!

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

A friend of mine with chronically cold hands borrowed my Mt. Baker Mitts and hasn't given them back! After showing her the great system (you can hike with a small pair of liners and the outer mitten to guarantee dry hands and when you get to the top or ready for the descent throw the glove liners back in for big-time warmth) she thought she'd try them out. She wears them every day of the winter and knows she won't have to call it a day when the temps get extra cold. I want them back! Love these gloves because you're always prepared for anything. Moisture, cold temps, hiking, chairlift rides...nothing can stop your hands from skiing in these gloves.

5 5

great system

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

I feel prepared for anything when I have these with me. My hands tend to be the reason I'll call a day short. They seem to get cold faster than average. These gloves are solid. The outers are very durable grippy and waterproof, while the inners are comfy and very warm. If you allow room underneath for some thin touchscreen compatible liners you'll have the best of all worlds. I usually throw the inners into my waders for when my hands start to get really cold. I just pull em out, and throw em on for like 5-10 minutes and presto! Warm! Haven't used these in the mountains yet, but gonna have these with me on Cotopaxi and I'll update accordingly.

Is the liner a glove or mitt?

Is the liner a glove or mitt?