Expedition Mitt

 

Expedition Mitt
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Expedition Mitt
Manufacturer Marmot
Page By Dow Williams
Page Type Nov 26, 2005 / May 3, 2007
Object ID 1510
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Marmot Expedition Mitt
Shell material: Checkmate N-180R MemBrain 2L

Reinforcement: Toughtek® 6000

Lining: DriClime® 3-Dimensional wicking keeps hands drier and warmer

Insulation: Primaloft® One - patented synthetic down, low bulk, warm, water repellent

Sizes: XS - XL

Colors: Black

Marmot MemBrain®, waterproof/breathable fabric with our Enduro DWR water repellent finish

Toughtek® reinforcement superior grip and durability

Primaloft® insulation Patented Synthetic Down, produces the closest synthetic to down in terms of structure, warmth and feel. The only insulation that treats each fiber with a permanent water repellent finish. Twice as warm for it's thickness than other insulation.

Falcon Grip articulated for dexterity and ease of grip

Wrist strap adjustablility and better fit

Gauntlet Quickdraw easy to use one handed drawcords

Safety Leash keeps glove attached to wrist when removed from hand

Nose Wipe soft fabric to wipe your runny nose (AH!..NICE)

3-Dimensional wicking keeps hands drier and warmer

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Dow Williams - Nov 26, 2005 11:32 am - Voted 5/5

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Now that ice climbing weather is here, why not...this is my winter mitt. I have damaged (frostbitten) hands. So I have to wear the absolute best in the Canadian winters and this is my bomber mitt. Used it all last season and they are still marketing it as their marque expedition mitt.

Funny thing about price (as of today)...all the retailers, ie Back Country have it at $99. Go to Marmot's website and they hook you up with a retailer at $90. Go Figure.

miztflip - Dec 14, 2005 9:17 am - Voted 5/5

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I use these on extremely cold outings where detailed hand work is not necessary. They are extremely warm and comfortable to wear as well as being very lightweight and durable.



As mitts go, they are on the more user friendly side when it comes to working with your hands while wearing them, however I still have problems with handling biners and small gear.

tommi - Jan 24, 2007 1:48 pm - Voted 5/5

Very warm
Used them for two years, in the Himalaya and winter in the alps. Very comfortable and very very warm , too warm for me, I sold them but for those with cold fingers and hands the right choice

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