Astis Facemask

Astis Facemask
Astis Facemask
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Facemask by Astis
Astis used the same waterproof leather and Polartec insulation in their Facemask as they did with their ultra-warm, attention-grabbing gloves to keep your cheeks toasty warm while you're shredding storm day pow.

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SKU: ASI003L
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