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Outdoor Research
Prevail Heated GORE-TEX Mitten

3.9393939393939394 out of 5 stars
33 Reviews
Current price: $135.58 - $254.21 Original price: $338.95
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Why We Like The Outdoor Research Prevail Heated GORE-TEX Mitten

Tested in and approved for the harshest conditions by Outdoor Research ambassadors, the Prevail Heated GORE-TEX Mitten dreams of deep alpine lines just as we do. The weatherproof build blocks out the wind and the wet, while the heat-trapping fill and fleecy lining hold in the cozy. At the touch of a button, we get a boost of warmth, choosing from 3 customizable settings, while the touchscreen compatible thumb and forefinger let us snap pics without subjecting our hands to the cold.


  • Rugged mitten for adventuring in cruel alpine conditions
  • GORE-TEX insert delivers breathable waterproofing
  • Battery-powered heat offers three toasty settings
  • Zippered compartment stashes rechargeable lithium-ion batteries
  • Synthetic insulation traps heat even when wet
  • Fleece lining enhances warmth retention and soft feel
  • Goat leather palm increases grip and weather resistance
  • Removable leash offers security against dropped and lost mitts
  • Item #ODRZ8R5
[face fabric] polyester, nylon, [lining] polyester fleece
GORE-TEX (2-layer) insert
EduraLoft (100% polyester), ALTIHeat (battery-powered heat tech, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries included)
gauntlet mitten
pull-on, elastic wrist, cinchable gauntlet
Palm Grip
water-resistant goat leather
Touchscreen Compatible
thumb, forefinger
backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4 based on 33 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 2 reviews
2 Stars - 3 reviews
3 Stars - 6 reviews
4 Stars - 6 reviews
5 Stars - 16 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

May 6, 2024

Game changer

Only had an opportunity to wear these once at the end of the season, but I was very happy with how they performed. Hands were nice and toasty. I wear a size 6.5 gloves and the smalls were perfect!

Montana Mama

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3 out of 5 stars

April 29, 2024

Poor Fit

I had a previous version of the fingered gloves that had a nice wide adjustable cuff. Due to a malfunction in the on off button, I received a pair of the mittens through warranty (they no longer make the fingered version I had). The mittens are very comfortable, but very difficult to get on. The elastic cuff at the wrist is really tight as is the thumb space. From other reviews, I made the decision to upsize and still found the fit in these two areas to be tight. I will, however, finish by saying the warranty process was fantastic!!


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1 out of 5 stars

April 1, 2024

A wire broke in one of the mitts resulting in it not working

The mitt that failed was subject to normal wear. The positive supply wire broke near about an inch in from the battery pouch. I attribute the failure to poor design or poor quality control.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 27, 2024

Heated Mittens are Great!

I've previously owned two pair of OR Heated Gloves. With my condition, they provide the only way I've been able enjoy the outdoors in the Winter. The mittens do not confine my fingers; they provide extra room to wiggle my fingers and to share the warmth.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 22, 2024

Probably not just a little too snug

Use them for skiing Wish I could have purchased XXL


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5 out of 5 stars

February 20, 2024

Finally, comfort for cold hands

These mitts are the real deal. I am a skier with cold hands who has tried multiple glove/mitt options, both heated and unheated. This is the first time I have found a pair that gives my hands absolute comfort in all temperatures. It takes a minute to get used to the stiff thumb (as other reviewers have correctly noted), but I am unbothered by this after a few minutes of skiing. If you have chronically cold hands, you should consider these mitts.


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2 out of 5 stars

February 18, 2024

Strange fit yet warm and dry

They are warm and dry which I love... They are not sized well - other reviews said that the thumbs are small - and they are VERY difficult to insert your hands for this reason. The rest of the hand area is too long (by 1") for the size they recommend (size 7=small) but I'm afraid if I sized down I wouldn't be able to get my thumb in at all. I would like to see them cut a new template. The battery that comes with them takes overnight to fully charge whereas most of my other power garments are fully charged in 2-3 hours.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 16, 2024

Warm and Waterproof!

Wore these into the Rockies on a frozen lake, and when some ice broke through and I had to reach in to retrieve my snow show, I was wearing these mittens. Despite submersion, the gloves remained dry and warm enough I didn't even need to use the batteries.


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4 out of 5 stars

February 6, 2024

I would recommend this product to friends

Great mitten hearin the northeast Love OR PRODUCTS FOR SURE


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2 out of 5 stars

February 4, 2024

I wouldn't buy this again because the sizing is way to tight

I bought these gloves back on 12/21/23 . I bought the mitt style thinking that there would be more room than the glove style which I also own from Outdoor Research. The XL size is so tight in the wrist area it's very uncomfortable. The material on the thumb is extremely small . The area on the fingers could be more loser but tolerable. I still have not wore them do to the uncomfortable fit .Outdoor Research makes great products , but they really need to fix their sizing . Way too small for a XL . I hope Outdoor Research will contact me . I'm very disappointed. Thanks Mike


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