Visp Rain Mitts

( 8 Reviews )
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Created for those who want to pack light and go far no matter the weather, the Visp Rain Mitts boast wind and rain protection in an ultralight package. Made with a customized 3-layer waterproof/breathable fabric, it’s fully stormproof, yet has an exceptionally breathable feel. Weighing in at less than an ounce, you’ll barely know it’s in your pack until you need it.

This batch of Visp Mitts is available only in Black!



    • 3-Layer waterproof/breathable fabric composed of ultralight 7D ripstop nylon, a Hydrophilic Non-Porous PU membrane, and a soft tricot lining for a comfortable next-to-skin feel.
    • Waterproof to 20,000mm H₂0.
    • Moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR): 75,000 g/m²/24hr.


    • Check out the Fit and Sizing tab above to help you decide which will provide you the perfect fit.
    • If you intend to use these mitts over your Stronghold Mittens, please use the following information before purchasing:
      • If using over 2oz. APEX, purchase the same size as your Stronghold Mittens.
      • If using over 4oz. or 6oz. APEX, size up from up from your current Stronghold Mittens.


    • Finished seams with no raw edges.
    • Adjustable shock cord at the wrist keeps warmth in and rain out.
    • Fabric colors may appear different from images shown due to rendering and monitor differences. Read more about our Fabrics.
    • Includes Seam Grip Waterproof Sealant (.25oz) for sealing seam lines.
    • Made in Vietnam. Inspected in Winona, Minnesota.
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8 Reviews

KenM 27th Nov 2021

A Bargain! Don’t Fear the Seam Sealing

As others, haven’t tried them in the rain yet, as just finished seam sealing them. There was plenty of seam sealer in the provided tube to do the outside of my size mediums, having a third to a half of the tube left. The first glove I had sealed in about 15-20 minutes, the second in about 10. I’ve been seam sealing backpacking my gear for about 47 years now. The instructions were great, but here’s some tips: 1. Ask the counter at a pharmacy if they stock any plastic oral syringes , dispense the sealer withMine is a Monoject brand that holds 6ml (any smaller might be difficult to fill). It cost me 25 cents. The tip will lay-down a near-uniform bead about 1/8”. 2. Keep the stuffed glove seams from touching nearby surfaces by laying each on scrap piece of wood 2x4 about 6 inches long (or fabricate from cardboard). 3. Before sealing, have a place set to hang the sealed gloves from so they don’t come in contact with other items or each other. These gloves are a bargain, don’t let the fact that they aren’t seam-taped scare you off. With some patience your sealing will probably outlast factory-applied seam tape!

John Keefover 12th Sep 2021

Visp Mitts

Haven’t had a chance to test them out in the called for conditions yet, but they pass the eye test. That is until I seam sealed them with the packaged sealer… I am apparently no good at it and it does not look great. Would gladly have paid a little extra to have them come factory sealed.

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