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Outdoor Clothing Mitts-and-Gloves Alti Mitts Men Outdoor Research
Alti Mitts Men

Rated down to -40C by Outdoor Research these are ideal for high altitude expeditions from 7000m peaks to Everest.

£107.88 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Mitts-and-Gloves Mitts Expedition Mitt Marmot
Expedition Mitt

£79.20 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Mitts-and-Gloves Mitts Mercury Mitts Black Diamond
Mercury Mitts

The revised Mercury Mitt is an excellent year round accessory. Waterproof using BDRY technology whilst still being breathable. Suitible for expedition use.

£49.50 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Mitts-and-Gloves Mitts Tuff Bags GTX Extremities
Tuff Bags GTX

Waterproof, Warm, Lightweight Mitts. Designed with GORETEX also extremely lightweight and packable. Perfect for wet weather conditions when hiking or walking.

£32.54 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Mitts-and-Gloves Mitts Mitts Buffalo
Mitts

Very simple pertex and pile mitts designed with a fairly narrow cut. These are very sensitive to work with and take up very little space in your sack. Windproof and warm.

£25.96 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Clothing Mitts-and-Gloves Mitts Extreme Mitts Dachstein
Extreme Mitts

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, use...

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