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Mountain Hardwear
HiCamp Sherpa Mitten

4 out of 5 stars
6 Reviews


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Why We Like The Mountain Hardwear HiCamp Sherpa Mitten

Keep digits warm on walks, hikes, and daily rides with the Mountain Hardwear HiCamp Sherpa Mitten. Plush sherpa fleece and toasty hard-face fleece insulate the hand to boost comfort during winter activity. Screen-compatible Stimulus technology lets us stay connected without revealing our hands to the icy air, and added overlays help us maintain a grip on our belongings.


  • Fleece mitten for daily winter activity
  • Two types of fleece to maximize comfort and warmth
  • Touchscreen compatibility lets you snap pictures and post without chilly fingers
  • Palm overlay enhances grip and durability
  • Item #MHWZ9RY
[face fabric] sherpa fleece (synthetic), [palm] fleece (synthetic)
Insulation Weight
Palm Grip
Touchscreen Compatible
Stimulus tech (thumb)
casual, camping
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Overall Rating

4 based on 6 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 0 reviews
2 Stars - 1 reviews
3 Stars - 0 reviews
4 Stars - 3 reviews
5 Stars - 2 reviews

Fits Slightly Small

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4 out of 5 stars

October 23, 2023

Cool weather mittens

HiCamp Fleece Mittens fit well, although they do not have any extra lining for added warmth. I haven’t worn them other than just to try on and am not sure just yet if they have any protective barrier against moisture. Initially I thought they were more of a medium tone of mustard color and they are actually very dark. I do like them and will have to order a different much warmer pair for winter because these would be best suited for Fall or Spring cool weather.


Originally reviewed on mountainhardwear.com

4 out of 5 stars

March 10, 2023

Not for layering

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:

I purchased these as a quick insulation layer over my liners. Even going with the XL, I found these too small. Probably not the best use. Otherwise great look and feel.

Alexander R
4 out of 5 stars

February 24, 2023

Happy with my Hicamp Sherpa Mitts.

Pretty happy with these mittens. The fit is fine and I am happy with how easy they are to use and how I can handle keys, flashlights, dog collars without taking them off. I may be asking too much of them as I wore them this morning to walk my dogs and it was 28 degrees and we walked for just less than an hour. Both of my thumbs were cold by the time we finished, but like I said, I know these aren't the heaviest mittens and 28 is a little much for me to expect from them.

PJ in OH

Originally reviewed on mountainhardwear.com

5 out of 5 stars

December 30, 2022

Super soft and comfortable

Perfect gloves for going out shopping or a walk. Well designed and built to last.


Originally reviewed on mountainhardwear.com

5 out of 5 stars

December 19, 2022

Amazing glove

I little on the big side but happy with the turn out because I can fit a smaller glove underneath for outdoor activities

Luke Deyaeger

Originally reviewed on mountainhardwear.ca

2 out of 5 stars

December 15, 2022


I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 8"

I've been looking for a simple fleece mitten for a while for working outside. I like the warmth that mittens typically provide, and I can do most of the tasks I need to with a flexible fleece mitten. These fell short though, unfortunately. After just a few days using them, a hole formed in the palm. I definitely used them, but nothing too extreme. Speaking of the palms, they are insanely thin. There was a point when my hands were so cold that I actually wore them backwards with the fleece part on my palms. It felt silly, but was far better than having super cold hands. Also, i think the "thumb conductive material" is sort of whatever. I think it kind of worked once? But then i just went back to my winter method of using my nose to change a song or take a call. Perhaps these mittens are great for some people, but not for me. My quest to find the perfect flexible fleece mitten continues!

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