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The only thing you'll sense is warmth.

Rely on the Men's PL 400 Sensor Mittens by Outdoor Research when cold weather stands between you and your hiking destination. With a stretchy 300-weight fleece exterior and additional 100-weight fleece lining, the PL 400 excels on winter roads as well as trails, and touchscreen-compatible finger tips let you snap pics on the hike.

  • 300-weight fleece exterior
  • 100-weight fleece lining
  • Touchscreen-compatible finger tips
  • Palm grip

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For Alpine Ski Touring

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've been using these for three years now as my lightweight, uptrack handgear. They go on and off so much faster than gloves for when I need my fingers (like when reaching into a pocket), but are thin and supple enough to do zippers, pull cords etc with them on. Also much warmer and, with less detail and stitching, last longer than gloves. When I put my big gloves on, these go under the chest flap of my bib pants. They'll be warm (and dryer) if I switch back later.

Recently, I also bought the Runners 3 Overmitts from The North Face. The Overmitts are incredibly light and will usually stay in the pack, but add warmth and dryness when needed. I bought XL size in both mitts for my average size hands. Neither company sizes for men with large hands, don't buy anything less than a L unless for a child's hands.

What is the liner style? Glove or mitten?

OR PL 400 does not come with a separate liner.