Hestra Heli Mitten - Men's

Hestra Heli Mitten - Men's
Hestra Heli Mitten - Men's
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Heli Mitten - Men's by Hestra
Wear the Hestra Heli Mitt's removable liner while you skin up to the hut, and slide the liner into the weather-blocking shell when you get ready to shred.

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SKU: HES0018
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