"The mitts were superb"
— Louis Rudd MBE, using the Omega Down Mitts on his Spirit of Endurance Expedition, a solo unsupported and unassisted crossing of the Antarctic land mass.
"I have no hesitation in recommending the Omega Down mitts, which gave me enough dexterity to use a Jumar and Fig of 8."
— Adele Pennington, on successful Makalu expedition (8,481m).
"Just a quick note to thank you for the timely supply of the PHD down gear before my Mt Vinson trip. The gear was absolutely first class. I used the Omega down mitts on our summit day which was -26C with a 30-40 knot wind and they were faultless."
— Mark Dixon.
"Just a quick note to let you know that ALL 5 members of our team reached the Summit of Cho Oyo (8201m) ... I wore my Omega Down Mitts on the summit day and they were fantastic, the temp was -25C on the summit with a brisk 20-25 knot westerly wind, and I remained cosy warm for the 13 hours it took to get from camp 2 (7200m) to the summit and back down to camp 2. Thanks for the great gear."
— 'Lanx', UK Reserve Forces Seven Summits team.
"On the ascent of Mount Vinson the Omega mitts were perfect. I usually suffer from very cold hands and have tried every combination in the past. The Omegas over powerstretch gloves meant I never got numb fingers - in the past I could never imagine this!"
— Nick Lewis, Antarctic Logistics.
"At -5F with 40 mph winds and a light polypro liner my hands were almost too warm. When it comes to warmth, the Omega Mitt with 900 down puts the other big name companies' so-called 'expedition' mitts to shame."
— Eric Smith.
"Very happy to report that the Omega Mitts performed fantastically and kept us warm and safe especially during summit day where temperatures dropped below -30 deg C."
— Robert Gatt on Cho Oyu.