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Buffalo Unisex Pile & Pertex Mitt  £48.50


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  • Product Description
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Buffalo Systems DP Mitts - Unisex's

The Buffalo Systems DP Mitts are a classic. They keep your hand warm and dry in the foulest weather, they pack down incredibly small, weigh next to nothing, and dry very quickly from wet.

Whether you are walking into a Scottish winter route, trekking the Pennine Way, clearing snow from car windscreens or watching your local team on a Saturday afternoon everyone should have at least one pair in their kit bag. Ideal for too.

Review: Very warm mitts. I have been guiding in the Artic for 5 years. These are the only gloves that can keep my hands warm at -22C. I have used these mitts at -30C with a wollen mitt liner and I was toasty warm all day. To sum up If you want something light and warm look no further. They will keep your hands warm and comfortable in some wild conditions that include horizontal rain, hail and snow. Nothing beats these mitts. Very highly recommended.

Features:

  • Pertex® Quantum shell (Formally known as Pertex® Classic shell)
  • AquaTherm pile lining
  • Windproof to 80.4 kmh / 50 mph
  • Touch-and-close wrist adjuster
  • Weight: 75 g / 2.64 oz
  • Still made in Sheffield, United Kingdom

Size Chart:

  • Measure your hand with a tape measure around the knuckles of your hand
Mitts Small Medium Large X Large XX Large
Hand Size 15cm
5.9in
20cm
7.87in
23cm
9.05in
25cm
9.84in
30cm
11.81in

Product Care:

How to clean and re-proof your Buffalo garment. 

Regular washing helps maintain the performance of Buffalo products and keep your friends. It restores the loft of the pile fabric and separates the fibres, revitalising the performance. In the eventuality of the pile becoming matted even after washing, the fibres can easily be restored by brushing to separate the fibres.

As you prepare for your next season of outdoor and mountain adventures, you may need to ask yourself if your gear is ready to perform its best. Especially, your technical outerwear.

Buffalo Systems Jackets and Shirts are the benchmark for staying dry during outdoor activities like hiking, bushcraft, exploring, and mountaineering, but they require intentional care in order to maintain a high level of performance. The outer face fabric will lose water-repellency over time and with wear & tear, but this can be rejuvenated by undertaking a couple of simple steps.

Caring for your gear, even in a small way can help prevent longer-lasting damage to gear. Damaged or ineffective gear is not used to its maximum potential – or used, at all!

In our world, we should all be striving to be responsible consumers, focusing on maximizing the useful lifespan of our outdoor technical garments, instead of replacing them prematurely and unnecessarily.

A little care goes a long way.

Below, we have provided a simple outline for cleaning and re-proofing your Buffalo Systems outerwear. It is as simple as your normal washing routine, but with a couple of small and important tweaks.

When is it time to clean my Buffalo garment?

You will know that it is time to clean your Buffalo when you notice that the jacket or shirt fabric is starting to absorb rain droplets, rather than repel them.

Nearly all outdoor brands and manufacturers use a thin DWR coating on the outside face fabric of their technical outwear; this coating is what causes water droplets to bead up and roll off. There are various types of DWRs, but most often, when your Buffalo “stops working” it is simply because its DWR layer has faded away, or been contaminated by dirt, grime, or other agents (food residue, other liquids, campfire smoke, snot, etc.)

Washing Your Buffalo garment.

We would advise you to run your washing machine without detergent and softeners for one cycle before washing your Buffalo garments to ensure the machine is completely clean, as well as removing any residue left in the washing machine tray.

  • Do not dry clean.
  • Do not tumble dry.
  • Do not use fabric conditioner.
  • Do NOT use a wash in waterproofing agent
  • Maximum washing temperature is 30°C  /  86°F
  • Ideally wash in Nikwax Tech Wash. Follow washing instructions
  • Use only a small amount of detergent and no conditioner, too much detergent can leave a residue, likewise conditioner. Rinse well.
  • Do not use ‘Biological’ detergents, as they can shorten the lifespan of the proofing and affect colour. If worried that too much detergent or ‘Biological’ has been used rinse thoroughly in clear water.
  • Always close touch and close fasteners and zips.
  • All Texturised Pertex products (Travelite trousers etc) should be turned inside out before washing to reduce pilling.
  • Sleeping bags should be washed in an industrial machine such as in a laundrette.
  • Nikwax TX Direct SPRAY ON can be applied to the Pertex or PForm outer only after washing. Follow instructions on the bottle. This will help restore the outer DWR treatment on the outer face fabric.
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