Vario Mitts


Vario Mitts
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Vario Mitts
Manufacturer Outdoor Research
Page By tommi
Page Type Dec 4, 2007 / Dec 4, 2007
Object ID 4337
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Product Description

The Vario's three-finger design delivers the unique balance of warmth and dexterity necessary for demanding tasks in cold conditions.
Composed of 330d Cordura Ventia, this fully seam taped shell provides supreme durability and waterproof, breathable performance.
With an anatomical curve, boxed construction, and an AlpenGrip palm, this glove excels on alpine ice and winter mountaineering routes.


The Vario's removable liner has a Moonlite Pile fleece palm, 5 oz. PrimaLoft insulation on the back of the hand, and AlpenGrip LT friction tabs to work in conjunction with the shell.



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tommi - Dec 4, 2007 3:52 am - Voted 5/5

I have these gloves for a few years now and use them for winter mountaineering in cold aresa. For summer trips they are too warm, and for ice climbing I use the OR Gripper Gloves.
But for mountaineering these Mitts are great. I am very contend with the warmth, the grip and the shape.
The third finger offers a great option to handle a rope or a biner without removing the Glove.

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