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Outdoor Research Endeavor Mitts (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2008)

Virtual Pack: Outdoor Research Endeavor Mitts

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by Will Rietveld | 2008-01-26 00:00:00-07

This product feature was published in conjunction with the Virtual Pack Project from Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2008. Click here for more information about the ORWM 2008 Virtual Pack Project.

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The OR Endeavor Mitt is a 70 denier Gore-Tex Paclite shell that is fully seam taped. The palm side has a AlpenGrip surface for abrasion resistance and better grip. It has a webbing closure at the wrist and a drawcord at the gauntlet. The weight is just 3.9 ounces (111 g/pair, size L) and MSRP is $69. The Endeavor Mitt is currently available and comes in sizes S to XL.

We chose the OR Endeavor Mitt to provide ample room to wear thick warm liners inside in the event of wet weather or any activity that could get the hands wet. We also want the extra durability of this mitt for handling ski or trekking poles.


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"Outdoor Research Endeavor Mitts (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2008)," by Will Rietveld. BackpackingLight.com (ISSN 1537-0364).
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Michael Martin
(MikeMartin) - BPL Staff - MLife

Locale: North Idaho
Outdoor Research Endeavor Mitts (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2008) on 01/27/2008 21:57:01 MST Print View

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John Haley
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Locale: New York/Vermont Border
Re: Outdoor Research Endeavor Mitts (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2008) on 01/28/2008 14:46:29 MST Print View

I would guess that these are my OR Cornice Mitts without the inserts. So far, I've really like the Cornice version, although where all the review remarks I read of "my hands sweated at -10F" came from is a bit beyond me. They're warm, but not sweaty warm below zero.