Our first ever "Woodland Camo" print. We specially licensed this custom pattern so that it matches the standard "US Woodland" print that's been used by the US Armed forces since 1981. This custom print will match your fatigues or just make your hands invisible while in the woods... Made from a beautiful 15d ripstop Polyester this high-tech fabric is actually printed and is the ONLY Woodland Camo you'll find in any ultralight gear using 1oz ripstop.
We did this project last year and shipped a number of pieces to Japan but then never released it here in the US. Our project to get a true Woodland Camo print got stuck when the pandemic hit. These few pieces are extremely limited. We've only got a total of 15 pieces between hats and mitts.
Use these to sleep in, hike in, set up camp, take photos, text, clip gear, work your rifle, fly your drone, or just hang out in them :) These mitts allow you to pull out a thumb, four fingers or your entire hand without ever setting the mitt down. Never drop your mitt again with a pair of these.
Sealed up tight with stretch webbing when they are closed their warmth to weight ratio is second to none. Flipped open you've got the dexterity of a glove all packed into an ultralight and utra-compressible mitt able to be packed anywhere.
Whether it's your season long hike up the PCT or a long weekend thru-hike down the AT, these mitts are a great back up for little weight when it comes to picking what makes it in the pack for every adventure.
Mitt Sizing is simple. Measure wrist to finger tip. Designed to have extra room for layering. Exchanges are welcome so pick which size looks to work and get yours today.
Small - 6 inches or less (Made in 15D Taffeta and 20D Ripstop)
Medium - 6 to 8 inches (Made in 20D Ripstop)
Large - 8 inches or more (Made in 20D Ripstop)
Foldback Mitts in Woodland Camo
For all of our goose down pieces, handwash in warm water using a quality down cleaner such as Nikwax or ReviveX. Rinse well with warm water and squeeze dry. Using a dryer on low heat you can finish drying and fluffing your gear. Using your hands, 'clap' the piece during a dry cycle to break up the down clusters and return the full loft to your gear.