The Rab Infinium Windproof convertible mitt is a versatile, windproof fleece mitt with a flip down finger area. Great for general use and outdoor photographers.
Constructed with GORE-TEX Infinium fleece they offer windproof protection in a lightweight and warm package. The flip down fingers enable you to perform tasks requiring dexterity, then quickly flip them back up to get your fingers warm again. Providing the best of both worlds between a mitt and a glove. For durability they feature a suede leather palm and the thumb is touch screen compatible so you can still use a smart phone while the finger protection is flipped up.
Rab Infinium Windproof Convertible Mitt Features
- Gore-Tex Infinium windproof outer
- 100% polyester with ePTFE membrane
- Durable suede leather palm
- Conductive thumb
Rab Glove Sizing
Hand Length: Measure from the wrist to the top of your middle finger.
Palm Circumference: Measure around the fullest part of the hand; around the knuckles and excluding the thumb.
Your Body Measurements in Inches:
|Size||Hand Length||Palm Circumference|
|Small||6.5 - 7"||7 - 7.5"|
|Medium||7.5 - 8"||8 - 8.5"|
|Large||8.5 - 9"||9 - 9.5"|
|XL||9 - 9.5"||9.5 - 10"|
Customer Reviews of Rab Infinium Convertible Mitt (Winter 20)
I've worn these occasionally for a year or so now and for the most part, they're pretty good. The wind-proofing works and with a little difficulty, the mitten part can be removed (or replaced) from the fingers for cooling or if dexterity is required. For me, the mitt loses a star for the circle of velcro on the reverse which holds the mitten "flap" out of the way when not in place over the fingers. On both hands, at least one of the velcro (hook and/or fuzz) has come away, having been sewn on insufficiently in both cases. More thought here about some integral fastening would have benefitted these gloves significantly. Theoretically I "could" sew the velcro back on but it's one of those jobs I haven't got around to yet and quite frankly, it's not something you'd expect to have to do with a garment from Rab, especially when it's been so infrequently worn (and never laundered, I should add). Apart from my annoyance at the above, they're worth having!