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The Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Sensor Mitt is a heated mitt for cold weather adventure. Skiing, snowboarding, exploring some trails, when there is snow on the ground it sure can take a toll on your extremities. Power up the heat with the simple push of a button, now featuring easier-to-see settings so you can dial it in just right. A GORE-TEX insert makes sure they're waterproof and breathable, while EnduraLoft insulation combines with the heat element for plenty of warmth. The goat leather palms are durable and make it easy to grip poles when necessary.
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Rated 4 out of
Great mittensI had last year's mitts. I love them. They fit, a rare find for XS, are flexible and comfortable. They warm up nicely and the temp is easy to regulate. I used them in moderately cold weather - nothing extreme. All that said, there was some kind of electric connection or battery problem. It didn't stop me from using the mittens but sometimes required a little manipulation. I was able to exchange them on warranty. The staff could not have been more supportive and I have a new pair for this winter. I hope that the new model has addressed any problems with battery / heating connections. I think these mittens are great. Something to consider if your hands are always cold.
Date published: 2019-10-21
Rated 4 out of
No more tossing out dozens of hand warmers every seasonWe have had a mild Montana winter, but have loved these gloves so far. I spent some time stuck on the Lone Tree lift at Big Sky and as we started to get cold, I turned up my mitts to high, waiting in the tram line, the mitts went to the high setting. I always have cold hands, so I love having the options of different heat settings. Keep an eye of the lighted settings on the cuffs as it is easy to change the settings unintentionally (turn them on/off or change the heating level), otherwise I would have given these 5 stars. I normally wear a small or medium women's glove and the XS fits me with enough room for some wool liner gloves.
Date published: 2020-01-30
Rated 4 out of
Larry B. from
High quality, high tech, looks durable!Just got these in the mail today, and looking forward to using them ice climbing in the Adirondacks. Surprised but respectful of the Uber-packaging - charger and battery packs in small boxes, both in a mesh bag with the mittens, all in a box! Mittens are burly and should withstand a lot of use. The fit is more typical of my problem with OR XLs, very snug for my hands. Usually a roomier fit allows better flexibility and circulation to keep my hands warm, especially in a fingered glove. I'm hoping the heated system in these mittens will make up for the snug fit. Going out this weekend in single- and negative digits (F), so we'll see!
Date published: 2021-01-28
Rated 1 out of
Disappointing problem resolution. Defective productI received heated mittens for Christmas. One of which, never worked. We emailed costumer service twice, with no response. I called customer service and was on hold for 35 minutes, only to be told there was no exchange policy. I had to send my defective mittens back at my own cost, to get a refund. Meanwhile, I have no mittens for skiing.
Date published: 2021-01-05
Rated 5 out of
Warm fingers! :-)Used for colder weather skiing (downhill), Old fingers are nice and warm. Yahoo. These were warranty replacements. Warranty worked very very well. Settings buttons on these are superior to old version. extremely happy. Well worth the price! Btw, imho, if borderline for sizes (top of recommended size) you might consider getting the larger size. Once on they are fine; it's the getting them on that is snug. If the palm of your hand is more flexible (for pulling cuff over to get on) it may not be an issue. Or check with customer service about cuff difference in glove/mitt size if they aren't available in your area to try on.
Date published: 2020-01-01
Rated 5 out of
Warm & Well MadeMitts are very warm. Construction is solid and the mitts should hold up well. Batteries charge up fairly quickly and hold a charge. You should recharge following each use. I have Raynaud's disease and these Mitts are very effective.
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 5 out of
Old Geezer from
AmazingI bought these mittens 5 years ago. I use these for back country skiing, hut trips, alpine skiing. I have Reynauds and these mittens have made me more feel more confident when venturing out in full winter conditions. I use the heating function sparingly in the back country, especially on multi-day trips. I set them initially on high while donning equipment in the parking lot and then I turn them either off or on low once I'm moving and my core gets warm. They are warm mittens even without the heater element activated so once I'm warmed up and moving my hands stay warm. They have never run out of power using them in this manner, even on a five day hut-to-hut trip. In fact, I always carry chemical hand warmers as a back up but have never had to use them. I had to replace part of the charging system because of an intermittent connector but OR took care of it Easily - no questions asked.
Date published: 2020-12-04
Rated 3 out of
Very largeI had hoped to use these mitts when skiing downhill and XC, but due to the cuff not being large enough (partially due to battery pack placement) to go over my jacket cuffs (Note - the mitt IS an over the cuff design), I can only use them for walking - no way could I hold a ski pole with these - my fingers don't make it to the end of the mitt as the distance from inner base of thumb to tip is not a measurement that is given, but it is crucial and long. I do like the elastic band at the end of the mitt strings as you can place the band around your jacket cuff to scrunch it down to partially get it inside the mitt cuff. And the heat is good; used them this morning in -25C on medium setting when out walking and my hands were toasty warm.
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Outdoor Research Mens Gloves and Mitts
6.5 - 7.25"
7.25 - 8"
8 - 8.5"
8.5 - 9.5"
9.5 - 10"
6.5 - 7"
7 - 7.5"
7.5 - 8"
8 - 9"
9 - 9.5"
HOW to MEASURE Measure around a flat hand at the knuckles, do not include your thumb. Also measure your hand length from the base of your palm to the end of your middle finger. Use the larger of the two measurements to select your glove size.