Astis Cloud Ripper Glove

Astis Cloud Ripper Glove
Astis Cloud Ripper Glove
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Cloud Ripper Glove by Astis
Sure, you could go with the same gloves that everyone else is wearing, or you could switch up with the unique, natural style of the Cloud Rippers. With a durable construction, a highly water-resistant design, and lots of warmth, they're an ideal option for all-mountain riding.

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SKU: ASI0058
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