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Northern Outfitters Arctic Mittens

  • For Extreme Cold Weather Conditions
  • Our Arctic Mittens are Made In America
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Product Description

Our Arctic Mittens, like our Arctic Boots and Arctic Clothing System, are made with our patented VÆTREX™ insulation, and are rated to -60ºF (-51ºC).  When comparing weight to warmth, our Arctic Mittens are the lightest extreme cold weather mittens available in the world.  Efficient insulation and our advanced technology protect your hands effectively while weighing less and feeling better than any other arctic mittens on earth.  The 1” open-cell foam is part of the Arctic Mitten System that will keep your hands warm and dry to -60°F when used properly.  Wear our Arctic Mittens with our Arctic Boots, and you’ll never have to worry about frostbite on your fingers and toes again.

Be sure to include a lanyard with your Arctic Mittens to secure them to your Arctic Parka, and the anti-contact gloves to protect your skin from sticking to cold metal objects when working with the mittens off.

We are currently out of some sizes in our Arctic Mittens, but will have the full range back in stock on September 1st, just in time for approaching cold weather. If you order now, your card will not be charged until we have them in stock, ready to ship.

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  1. extreme mitts 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Nov 2014

    I have severe diabetic neuropathy. My hands become bitterly cold when participating in outdoor activites that I enjoy, i.e, ice fishing. I have spent literally thousans of dollars purchasing so-called extreme weather gloves. Not ounce have I been satisfied, until now. These mitts provide me the necessary comfort to stay out in inclement conditions. I also like the index finger access. My only criticism is the bulk and lack of dexterity. Hopefully this will get better after a "break in" period. Overall, the best mitts I've ever owned...thank you!

  2. Great mitten with room for improvement 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Aug 2014

    I bought these mittens for skiing because my hands would always get cold. These are by far the warmest mittens i ever put on. But dont expect much dexterity. My hands were toasty 90% of the time while on the slope. But with a couple basic changes i think it could be a little better. First, there should be a little more insulation on the thumbs, as thats were i felt the cold first. And second, having cinches at the wrist and at the end of the mitten to seal in the heat. But other than that its a great mitten. I dropped the liners that i bought with it in a puddle. They were soaked and when i put them on, my hands were immediatly cold and wet. I put on the mittens and after 3 runs, my hands were warm and dry. So they are good for expeditions because if they get wet, they will dry out super fast and your hands will still be warm if wet. Highly recommended.

  3. Warmest mitts ever 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2014

    First pair of miss that have kept my hands warm. Only drawback is that they are bulky and difficult to operate my tractor/blower.
    i'll work around the bulkiness for warm hands. GREAT PRODUCT.

  4. all i can say is wow 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jan 2014

    Thank-you Northern Outfitters, when i first opened the package containing the mittens all i could say was WOW, I live in Manitoba Canada and have been looking for something to keep my hands warm and if these don't do it nothing will. i am very impressed so far but am looking forward to giving them the real test. Very Well Made

  5. Arctic Mittens 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Dec 2013

    The mittens kept my hands warm but I couldn't do anything with my hands while wearing them. I had to take them off even to use my binoculars. While wearing the parka they were difficult to put on all the way.

  6. well made mittens 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jan 2013

    These mittens are very well made and warm. The cold does not get through. I wear XL leather gloves so I ordered the XL arctic mittens. They are a little big, I should have ordered the large size. I decided to keep them and wear polyester glove liners in them. If the glove liners ever interfere with the mittens' performance, I will just go without the glove liners and it will be okay. I can't wield any weapons with the mittens on, but they are warm!

  7. best mittens in the world 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Dec 2012

    i have had frostbite on all of my fingers in the past. If I had had these mittens then i would not have gotton frostbite. these are by far the warmest mittens in the world. i totally love them.

  8. Super warm 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Sep 2012

    I've had these for 20 + years and they are the warmest mittems I'v ever had. When Ice fishing in Northern Ontario I always used to be the first one to call it day because of cold, but with my NO boots/coat/pants/mittens I'm the last to leave. These are not just my hands are not cold they are my hands are warm

  9. Warm as Toast 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jul 2012

    The mittens are of the highest quality in terms of comfort, fit, and material workship. The are very comfortable. I expect that their generous layers of thermal insulation will protect me even in the most extremely frigid Arctic conditions. I am totally delighted with my mittens. Thank you so very much!!

  10. Outstanding Mitten 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jan 2012

    These are by far the warmest mittens that I have ever warn. My hands are typically cold when using an ATV to plow for long periods of time in temperatures between 0 and 10 F, but with these gloves my hands are toasty. I have not used them in anything approaching -60F weather, but in windy conditions around 0F they have proved more then sufficient.
    There is not great dexterity but I guess you sacrifice that for the additional warmth and that is a sacrifice that I do not mind working. For any tasks that require a decent amount of dexterity I would either wait until it is warmer or look elsewhere for gloves.

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