Outdoor Research Women's Revolution Mitts
A mountain essential at a great value, the Outdoor Research Revolution Mitts for Women pack EnduraLoft insulation and a waterproof/breathable Ventia insert into its core to elevate your adventure attitude. This alpine mitt is designed in leather palms and fingers for added warmth and durability. When the cold gives your nose the drips a soft wipe on one thumb keeps the weather raws at bay as the other thumb makes it easy for clearing goggles of wet snow. The Revolution Mitts snug up with a DuoCinch gauntlet closure to close the gap against a biting wind and and the occational face plant,
- Fabric: Shell -Waterproof/breathable Ventia insert, Durable nylon across back of hand and gauntlet; ripstop lined gauntlet
- Palm: Leather palm; wraps around back of hand, thumb and pinky sidewalls, and mitt tip for greater protection or durability
- Insulation: EnduraLoft insulation: 340 g on back of hand; 200 g on palm
- Soft tricot lining
- FlexAction wrist articulation matches the natural, active-hand position while skiing
- Ladder-lock wrist cinch
- Soft nose wipe on thumb
- DuoCinch gauntlet closure
- Removable Idiot Cord
- Recommended for: :Moderately insulated, waterproof ski mitt for protection in heavy snow storms
- Weight (oz./g): 6.1 / 173(size medium)
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Reviews - Outdoor Research Women's Revolution Mitts
Super warm but not bulky
I got these mittens for Christmas and absolutely love them. They are the warmest mittens I have now but I still have good use of my hands. The leather palm is great for holding onto my ski poles and dog leash. Highly recommened.
xlnt mid-range temp glove for sports
I have OR mitts for extreme cold temps, but they are too warm for moderate to mildly cold winter adventures. I have loved every OR product that I've purchased, so I decided to try the OR Revolution Mitt for less extreme temps. I use them for skiing, snowshoeing and hiking. They have a great fit, are not bulky, and have a contoured design that makes it easy to hold poles. They have kept my fingers warm (I have poor circulation so that's a problem for me) in the mild to moderate temperature range and I would highly recommend them. However, when the temps drop I do transfer over to my OR cold weather mitts for the added insulation.
I have never owned anything bad from OR and these Revolution mitts continue the streak. They are very warm, and I have poor circulation, have cool features like the pull tab and cinch closure/opener. I would def. recommend these mitts to anyone doing outdoor things that needs a functional mitten in cold conditions. The fit is also true to size.