Endurance Down Mitt - Red - Medium

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Discover the pinnacle of high-altitude warmth with the Endurance Down Mitt by Rab. Designed for those who brave the extreme cold, this mitt offers a lightweight solution without compromising on warmth. Filled with 650FP duck down and augmented with Stratus™ insulation on the palm and thumb, it promises enduring warmth and moisture resistance. The 100% recycled Pertex® Quantum Pro exterior shields against wind and precipitation, ensuring your hands stay dry. Enhanced with a durable reinforcement and a textured grip, these mitts are an essential companion for your polar expeditions or alpine adventures.


  • Lightweight design, weighing just 252g for easy carry.
  • Filled with 650FP European Duck Down for superior warmth.
  • Synthetic Stratus™ insulation on palm and thumb for moisture resistance.
  • 100% recycled, water-resistant Pertex® Quantum Pro outer layer.
  • Reinforced front and fingers for increased durability.
  • Textured palm ensures a firm grip on equipment.
  • Detachable wrist loops and single hand drawcord cuff for security and convenience.
  • Reflective safety print for visibility in low light conditions.

Insulation:650FP European Duck Down with Nikwax Fluorocarbon-Free Hydrophobic Finish (110g/ 4oz, Size L)
Product Code:QAJ-06
Outer Material:100% Recycled Polyamide with Polyurethane coating
Palm Material:50% Polyurethane, 50% Polyester
Lining:100% Recycled Polyamid
Main Fabric:50D Recycled Pertex® Quantum Pro ripstop (51gsm)


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Rab is a British manufacturer of clothing and equipment for climbing and mountaineering. The firm was founded in 1981 by Scottish climber Rab Carrington.

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