Mt. Baker Modular Mitts™

Style# 71315OR

Constructed with the same 3-layer 70D Taslan ripstop GORE-TEX® as our award winning Seattle Sombrero and Crocodiles Gaiters, the technical, versatile, waterproof Mt. Baker Modular Mitts are the warmest in the Mt. Baker lineup. Their removable PrimaLoft® One insulated glove liners provide storm protection in cold, damp climates at high altitude.

Color:

 
Black

Size:

 
S
M
L
XL
$139.00
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Features

  • Carabiner Loop
  • Wicking
  • Waterproof
  • ToughTek™ LT Tabs Prevent Slipping
  • SuperCinch™ Gauntlet Closure
  • Removable Liner
  • Pull Loop
  • Moonlite Pile Fleece Liner Palms
  • Lightweight
  • Ladder-Lock Wrist Cinch
  • Heat Pack Pocket on Back of Liner
  • Durable
  • Breathable
  • Pre-Curved Construction
  • Fully Seam Taped

Details

Fabric GORE-TEX® 3L, 100% nylon, 70D shell // AlpenGrip® palm // PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation: 170g insulated, 100% nylon ripstop liner

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 10.1oz / 285g (L)

Customer Reviews

Living up to the OR standards and reputation! (Review by Rainydayrunner)
Quality

Stop reading now and just go buy these mitts. They are perfect! I put them on today at the summit of a climb and wore them for the first part of the descent. It was 6 degrees at the top, so quite chilly. I love that these have a glove insert and a mitt outside. It allows you to take off the outer mitt and make whatever adjustments you need to with the dexterity of gloves. The fit and feel is perfect. The gloves have very soft fleece on the inside so they don't suck the cold out of your fingers when you first put them on. They also have Velcro attachments to keep them in place in the mitts. Within a short period of time on the descent, I had to take them off because my hands were too warm. These absolutely live up to the OR reputation for making bomber mitts!

(Posted on 12/7/13)

Mt Baker Modular Mitts™ (Review by By Neil Provo)

The Mt. Baker mitts will keep your hands warm, dry and comfortable no mater what conditions the mountain throws at you. The ability to choose your layering makes these so versatile. The outer Shell constructed of bomber goretex is incredibly light, and rolls up into the size of a twinkie to jam in your pack while you hike the hills. When the time comes to ride down, I typically use a midweight liner with the shell. On super cold days, i always have the PrimaLoft liners stashed away for cold weather insurance.Being a snowboarder, my hands are in the snow a lot, so its nice to have a durable waterproof mitt, with the option to use it in a wide range of conditions. From -20 blower pow days to spring time in the big mountains, this is one mitt combo that can do it all.

(Posted on 9/26/13)

Mt Baker Modular Mitts™ (Review by By Neil Provo)

The Mt. Baker mitts will keep your hands warm, dry and comfortable no mater what conditions the mountain throws at you. The ability to choose your layering makes these so versatile. The outer Shell constructed of bomber goretex is incredibly light, and rolls up into the size of a twinkie to jam in your pack while you hike the hills. When the time comes to ride down, I typically use a midweight liner with the shell. On super cold days, i always have the PrimaLoft liners stashed away for cold weather insurance.Being a snowboarder, my hands are in the snow a lot, so its nice to have a durable waterproof mitt, with the option to use it in a wide range of conditions. From -20 blower pow days to spring time in the big mountains, this is one mitt combo that can do it all.

(Posted on 9/21/13)

Mt Baker Modular Mitts™ (Review by By Neil Provo)

For me these mitts have proven to be the best defense against harsh mountain weather conditions. I tend to have hot sweaty hands while touring, but they get cold really quick when i stop moving. I love being able to change my liner configuration depending on the day, and with the goretex shell i can always be sure my hands stay dry. I typically use a lightweight liner with the shell and keep the toasty primaloft liners in my pack for when the temps drop. These mitts define versatility!

(Posted on 9/12/13)

Mt Baker Modular Mitts™ (Review by By Bobman)

I bought these for climbing and skiing if the weather was too cold or wet for my non waterproof ski gloves. I don't love them for skiing (so far) because it has not been cold enough and I prefer finger dexterity for manipulating my poles, opening pit zips, etc. They are great above 10,000 ft or on winter ascents--my hands perspire, though, and things get a little clammy if it's not cold enough outside. They are very warm and if I need the tough outer mitt (for handling an ice axe for example) but not as much warmth, I sub-in a lightweight fleece Oslo lilner from REI. Really love these. Might get an OR Flurry mitt to use as a liner for when I need no dexterity but max warmth (my wife and kids love their OR Flurry gloves).

(Posted on 2/21/13)

Mt Baker Modular Mitts™ (Review by By The Beast of Wild Rose Prairie)

Ecstatic they are making this Mitt again!! I have a mild-moderate case of Raynaud's Syndrome-(a vasospastic disorder that is brought on by cold temperatures). This fact makes performing virtually any activity outside in the Fall/Winter/Early Spring, very uncomfortable to very painful without gloves or mitts. It is so bad, it has made me consider retiring from skiing/climbing altogether.I've owned 3 pair of these Mod Mitts and wore through my second pair about 3 years ago. (cat took out my front bike wheel, hands saved, mits sacrificed :) These mitts are the only pair of gloves that have been able to keep my hands warm while BC or Lift skiing, climbing, hiking, biking snow removal etc. OR apparently DQ'd these a couple of years ago, and the OR Alti mits are too bulky for anything but climbing, IMHO. I've had these new mitts just a short time, but believe they will be every bit as great as previous versions, and probably better. The new mitt liner, although it is a glove rather than a mitt liner as previous, has a pocket for a hand warrner, which I still need to wear with any mitt or glove. The fact that it is on the inside and back of the hand, makes it actually useful and keeps the warmer from flayling around inside the glove. Until I get step-in Tele gear, I am stuck reaching down to get into my bindings. While I often cannot do this with my mitts on, the liner is warm enough to do this with.Skiing/Hiking/climbing in the NW wet conditions makes the taped Gore-tex shell a must, and my hands definitely stay dry in these mitts. Bombproof product, Highly recommend it, even for someone with cold hand issues.

(Posted on 12/26/12)

Mt Baker Modular Mitts™ (Review by By Chris)

I use the Modular Mitts mostly for lift service on most days and bc skiing. I always carry them in my pack for when my hands are freezing and I need to warm them up. I love the seal around the wrist/jacket cuff which locks out snow and cinches tight. The liner is comfortable and toasty while the shell traps in heat and is easy to slide off and on. A grerat pair of mitts that work and are rugged against rock and bark.

(Posted on 9/19/12)

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