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Outdoor Research Women's Alti Mitts

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Outdoor Research Women's Alti Mitts

The expedition-grade Women's Alti Mitts from Outdoor Research are built for the roof of the world. Lightweight ripstop GORE-TEX protects from the most brutal conditions while keeping weight and bulk to a minimum. Moonlite Pile fleece and PrimaLoft One synthetic insulation keep your hands warm on 8000m peaks, and Pittards leather palms and Kevlar stitching weather the punishment of major climbs. Feature-rich construction makes the Alti the glove of choice for your most extreme adventures.

  • Material: Shell - Waterproof, breathable, lightweight, ripstop GORE-TEX® shell
  • Fully seam taped
  • Insulation: PrimaLoft® One, 170 g on back of hand and thumb
  • Moonlite Pile fleece palm
  • Palm: Pittards® Armortan® leather palm
  • Kevlar stitching on palm for durability
  • Pre-curve, boxed construction
  • Updated thumb crotch construction for enhanced articulation
  • Carabiner loop on back of hand
  • SuperCinch™ gauntlet closure
  • Silicone cuff print to reduce gauntlet slippage
  • Removable Idiot Cord
  • Removable Liner: PrimaLoft® One
  • Insulation: 340g on back of hand and thumb
  • Moonlite Pile fleece palm
  • Lightweight ripstop shell
  • ToughTek™ LT tabs keep liner from slipping or bunching
  • Heat pack pocket on back of hand
  • Hook, loop anchor points at top and bottom of wrist
  • Hoop, loop tab adjustment on gauntlet
  • Weight: 11 oz, 311.85 g

Purchase the Outdoor Research Alti Mitts for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.

5 Star Rating


5 Stars northernvirginia - January 18 2011

Excellent Mitt
I've tried several high-priced gloves, this one is the only one well worth the price. I use for bitter cold when shoveling snow or making a snowman. I recommend highly.

5 Stars Marcia - March 1 2010

Life Savers- Literally!
The mittens not only kept my fingers warm, the shell doubled as an "ambu" bag when one of our family members experienced hyperventilation while skiing Peak to Creek at Whistler,BC following a night of drinking! 2010 Olympics

5 Stars Altrec.com Shopper - January 28 2010

Wonderful mittens, depending on what you need them for
The mittens are bulky so they are not good for gripping thin items. However, they work wonderfully at keeping my chronically cold hands nice and warm. (I use them in commuting to work - driving and waiting for public transportation).

5 Stars Kim - February 22 2008

great, but not for skiing
These mittens are very warm, but beward that there is so much insulation that you can't hold a ski pole with them.

4 Stars Altrec.com Shopper - January 4 2010

pretty good
I'm size Small but received a Large size in stead by mistake. Well, by getting two size larger, I can put on thick wool under glove and fit just right. The glove is a lot thicker than I expected but it feels very warm.

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