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Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Mittens
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Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Mittens

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Mittens

Manufacturer: Mountain Hardwear

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Page By: travisgollaher

Created/Edited: Jan 5, 2006 / Jan 5, 2006

Object ID: 1563

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Built for high-altitude mountaineering, these waterproof, breathable mittens feature removable liners and durable construction.

Removable PrimaLoft® insulated liner mitts provide excellent warmth and dry quickly

3-layer Conduit™ laminate shell provides waterproof, breathable protection from the harsh elements

Factory-taped seams ensure complete protection from moisture

Rappel-tough, Duraguard palms add rugged durability for years of dedicated service

Articulated shells feature removable leashes and one-handed pull-cord adjustments

Soft chamois nose-wipe on back of thumb Specs: Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Mittens



Specification Description



Shell fabric Oxford nylon



Insulation PrimaLoft liner mitts



Lining 3-layer Conduit laminate


Reviews

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travisgollaherUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

I just bought thees gloves and am taking them on a five day mountaineering trip through the Alps. How ever I am satisfide with them they fit well and are of good contruction. I am shure that I will be very warm if not to warm. thees are my back up gloves for extreem cold. Thees are very price but if you want to be shure that your fingers are going to have a good chanch of comming home I think it is a small price to pay.
Posted Jan 6, 2006 9:20 am

cms829WARM!

Hasn't voted

Saved one set of fingers thus far and counting!
Posted Jan 23, 2008 10:30 am

ghilemanCame apart, but MH customer service/warranty rocks

Voted 3/5

I took these to Kili this summer and after pulling on the orange draw cord the glove came apart where the draw cord is held around the outer rim of glove. It looked like my pair had an unusually thin seam in one section which could have led to it ripping easily.

I live close to the MH HQ and took them back for an immediate exchange. The new pair looks to be better constructed. Fit is excellent. Super warm.
Posted Oct 31, 2009 2:55 pm

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