Astis Nansen Mitten

Astis Nansen Mitten
Astis Nansen Mitten
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Nansen Mitten by Astis
Just like their namesake, Fridtjof Nansen, who was a Norwegian explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanitarian, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and young skier, the Astis Nansen Mittens inspire true technique for frozen expeditions. Handmade in the USA, their construction is a suede leather body with fur trim and hand-stitched beadwork. To protect your hands from icy temperatures and wet conditions, the waterproof silicon-injected leather and cozy Polartec Thermal Pro High Loft insulation combine together for a warm, secure fit.

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