Crab Grab Mermitten - Women's

Crab Grab Mermitten - Women's
Crab Grab Mermitten - Women's
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Mermitten - Women's by Crab Grab
Crab Grab took their warmest mitten, made it warmer, and shaped it to better fit a female hand shape and out came the Mermitten. Thanks to its waterproof construction, the Mermitten excels in the cold, wet conditions of Pacific northwest skiing. Its warmth will keep your hands nice and comfortable through dry, mid-winter while the PrimaLoft Gold insulation offers warmth that breathes so you can even wear them in through spring skiing without wanting to rip them off on every lift ride. In line with the rest of their products, the Mermitten is equipped with superior palm and thumb grip so you can easily grab your board in the park, hold on to your ski poles, or grip the railing on the chairlift.

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SKU: CBA000C
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