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Clothing Firebrand Mittens set Extreme Cold gear

Discussion in 'Gear Swap' started by Moondog55, Aug 30, 2019.

  1. Moondog55

    Moondog55 One of Us

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    As I am not headed to Alaska I am not going to need all the extreme cold weather gear I have accumulated. So help me destash by purchasing this bit of surplus gear.
    The Firebrand is the military version of the OR Alti-Mitt. A bit more generous in width but with the same level of insulation and the same construction.
    Size is XXL although they fit like an XL
    I have size 9.5 hands and swing between OR sizes, [Large and Extra Large], these fit very very well over liner gloves
    Brand new W/O tags; never worn
    Two options
    Mittens plus liners $250- posted with Free gift
    Insulated shells only $190- posted with Free gift

    http://www.bogong.com.au/outdoor-clothi ... int-1.html
    Considering the current cost of the Alpine version I think the asking price is fair but feel free to make an offer.
    Contact me for more information or other details
    Free gift is going to be some warm liner gloves suitable in size and warmth rating
    Offering to sell without the liners because the liners also fit the sledging mittens which I have decided to keep.
    Naturally enough these are advertised elsewhere but if you have big hands and suffer from the cold you should buy these.
     

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    No show so mittens still available. Good for Antarctica BTW