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Black Diamond Crew Mitten

$139.95
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Designed with the same high-performing materials and unwavering protection as Black Diamond's iconic Guide Gloves, the Black Diamond Crew Mitten gets the job done all day, every day. With a durable woven nylon and goat leather shell, the Crew Mittens have waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex inserts to deliver dry protection, while the fleece and Thermolite insulation prevents your fingers from turning to finger-cicles in frozen conditions. Foam padding on the knuckles beefs up your protection when you're skiing through tight-knit tree runs.

  • Durable woven nylon and goat leather shell
  • Fleece and Thermolite insulation
  • Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex inserts
  • Foam padding on knuckles
  • Item #BLD00DM

Material
[shell] 100% nylon, [palm] goat leather
Waterproofing
Gore-Tex insert
Insulation
[palm] 100g fleece, [back of hand] 100g Thermolite
Style
mitten
Closure
gauntlet
Claimed Weight
11.3 oz
Recommended Use
skiing & snowboarding, alpine & expedition
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

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Familiarity:
I've used it several times

My husband has an older version of these mittens, which I have come to hijack quite frequently and greatly appreciated their high performance and terrific construction, not to mention my old Burton mitts had seen better days. So I figured I should probably quit stealin' his and buy my own. I knew I would be head-over-heels for these mitts from the get-go, but the fact that these mittens were Gore-tex, built with strategically mapped synthetic insulation, and went over my jacket sleeve rather than under further made these mitts amazing. They are most definitely pretty darn warm though, so if you have sweaty palms like me I'd recommend wearing a very lightweight merino wool or silk liner. All in all, I love the Crew mitten. It has performed outstandingly in pretty bitter conditions at Solitude and performs surprisingly well in warmer conditions too. Additionally, my husband has worn his while snowboarding in New England (mostly in New Hampshire) and utilized them throughout his Avy class where they've again performed extraordinarily well.