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Black Diamond Mercury Mitts with waterproof insert and PrimaLoft insulation

Black Diamond

Sale price $189.95 Regular price $199.99

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Black Diamond's most versatile and popular year-round mitt, the Mercury Mitt features a fully waterproof insert and PrimaLoft® insulation, as well as a removable split-finger liner for increased dexterity.

A fully waterproof insert and PrimaLoft insulation make the Black Diamond Mercury Mitt a popular choice for year-round use. Four-way stretch Pertex® Shield fabric and a large gauntlet keep moisture at bay, and the goat leather palm with Kevlar® stitching increases durability for seasons of hard use. The removable split-finger liner features a high-loft fleece lining for increased warmth and comfort, and a BDry™ insert adds moisture protection even when you use the liner by itself.

Features and Specifications

  • 100% waterproof BDry insert stays with removable liner
  • Lightweight, abrasion-resistant, Pertex Shield shell with four-way stretch
  • Removable liner features 340 g PrimaLoft Gold Insulation and high-loft fleece lining
  • Goat leather palm, plus palm patch with Kevlar stitching
  • Removable liner features split-finger design
  • 260 grams per pair
  • Temperature Range: -29ºC to-12 ºC 

Glove Sizing Chart and Instructions

Men's / Unisex 18.4-19.7cm 19.7-21cm 21.5-23cm 23-24cm 24-25.4cm
Women's 15.9-17.1cm 17.1-18.4cm 18.4-19.7cm 19.7-21cm N/A
Determine your size from the chart by choosing the larger of the two measurement results.
How to measure:
Palm girth: Around your dominant hand at the knuckles with your fingers together
Palm length: From the crease at he base of your wrist (on palm side) to the tip of your middle finger.

how to measure

Outdoor Gear Editor's Choice Award

"The Black Diamond Mercury Mitt is our Editors' Choice because of its bomber, feature rich design, that is the straight-up warmest glove or mitten in our review. The Mercury is fairly water resistant, more so than most other mitts and is just plain burly. Its primary downfall is in the dexterity score, which is not totally unexpected for a glove with this much insulation. We found we could preform basic tasks like buckling ski boots and zipping jackets just fine, but we struggled when our tasks became more complex. The Mercury Mitt remains our Editors' Choice for the coldest and slowest of resort chair rides and fringed ice climbing belays or for folks whose hands just simply get cold easily." Outdoor Gear Lab, 2016