Astis Dias Mitten

Astis Dias Mitten
Astis Dias Mitten
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Dias Mitten by Astis
Unlike most apres-styled gloves, the Astis Dias Mitten can actually take on the ski resort with flawless protection. Silicon-injected suede provides waterproof protection, while Polartec's Thermal Pro High Loft insulation ensures warmth throughout winter.

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SKU: ASI000E
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