Mammut Astro Guide Glove - Men's

Mammut Astro Guide Glove - Men's
Mammut Astro Guide Glove - Men's
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Astro Guide Glove - Men's by Mammut
Perfect on the uphill, the Mammut Men's Astro Guide Glove gives that special touch of weather protection for skinning the backcountry on a breezy, brisk, winter morning. Gore Windstopper gives this glove reliable windproofing that usually numbs your fingertips. Pittard Armor Tan covers the palm for durable resistance against ski poles, and it sheds snow and moisture to keep your hand comfortably dry under snowfall.

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