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Guide Trigger Mitts

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Guide Trigger Mitts

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Live Your Adventure®

Guide-built for maximum warmth and dexterity at high altitude. The design, which keeps the index finger independent, is warmer than gloves and much more dexterous than regular mitts. Ripstop nylon with a durable water-repellent finish and a waterproof/breathable membrane keeps hands dry. Two levels of PrimaLoft® Gold insulation protect against the harshest cold.

  • 8 oz PrimaLoft Gold insulation on back of handMaximum protection where hand is most exposed
  • 4 oz PrimaLoft Gold Eco insulation with Grip Control on palmWarmth and dexterity
  • Tough, supple goatskin leather palm and fingersHighly water-resistant with included Nikwax treatment
  • Pre-Curved constructionEnhanced dexterity and fit
  • Soft Tricot LiningAdded warmth and comfort
  • Adjustable gauntletSeals out cold
  • Nose and goggle wipe on thumb
  • 100% ripstop nylon back of hand; 100% goatskin leather palm and fingers
  • Sizes: XS-XL
  • Imported

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Every product we sell carries a lifetime warranty. If you are unhappy with it for any reason, you may return it for an exchange or refund.

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Not as warm as the Guide Gloves

3

I live in Anchorage (AK) and got these for winter fat tire biking when the temps are in the low 20's and high teens. However, even when temps are in the mid/high 20's both trigger fingers get consistently cold and I found these mitts are not as warm as the EB Guide Gloves. These mitts are also not practical for riding with pogies.

wdeski

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Guide Trigger Mitts -- almost perfect, but ...

4

These Guide Trigger Mitts are almost perfect. The large size fits my hands well, as it should. The mitts are warm. The trigger finger isn't so tight that it restricts blood flow (a problem I've had with other trigger mitts). I would have given the mitts a 5-star rating if they had pockets for chemical hand warmers. Unless I'm very active, in bitter cold no glove or mitt keeps my fingers warm without the addition of chemical handwarmer packets. I'm surprised that Eddie Bauer, as experienced as the company is with high quality winter clothing, didn't include chemical hand warmer pockets in the design of these mitts. Given the price of these mitts, this is quite an oversight; thus, the 3-star rating for value. I expect the highest quality gloves to be expensive, but I also expect them to be of the best design.

Tom

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Nice gloves but hands weren't as warm as expected

4

I thought these gloves would provide absolute warmth, thus the all most $100 investment. On a scale of 1-10, I'd give them a 7.5 for expected warmth.

Crow

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Nepal Mera Peak

4

I have used these at Nepal Mera Peak. It was -5F and my hands/fingers were warm. I strongly suggest to Eddie Bauer to add wrist straps for these mitts. Also, the page says that mitts are "waterproof", I'm not sure if that is true or not. I think it's a marketing statement just to sell more of these. Why do I say that? Eddie Bauer does not say what type of material is used to provide the waterproofing. When you call customer service at Eddie Bauer, they have no idea. So, gloves should be waterproof, great, what makes them, what material? No one knows, not even Eddie Bauer.

MountainMan

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Guide Trigger Mitts

4.013

90.9