Dachstein Extreme Mitts

 

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Dachstein style mitts from Austria. Still one of the warmest grippiest mitts available. The specially treated wool preserves it's natural water repellency and insulation. Soft to the touch but hard-wearing, used by Alpine climbers for decades.

ross seal of approval    "I absolutely love these mitts! They are so warm and stay dry in wet snow. Even when they do wet out they are very warm. I always carry these as a spare pair to slip on over my liners when I don't need the dexterity of porper climbing gloves. Also they dry very quickly so you can be sure by the next morning you won't have to slip on soggy mitts! "

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