The Gordini Polar II Mittens keep your hands warm and comfortably dry in the resort or backcountry's worst weather in winter. An Aquabloc insert gives this mitten reliable waterproofing, and the deerskin and stretch nylon shell ensures durability and mobility. Downtek goose down insulation works with the Hydrowick microdenier lining to give an abundance of warmth in a moisture-managing design. Gordini added a palm grip, reinforced thumb patch, and a gauntlet drawcord to help you battle the slopes successfully.
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Gordini Polar II Mitten - Women's
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