NRS Toaster Mitt

NRS Toaster Mitt
NRS Toaster Mitt
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Toaster Mitt by NRS
When you're cruising down roaring rivers the last thing you want is cold, numb, weak hands. Give yourself some extra warmth that doesn't sacrifice grip or dexterity with this toasty performance mitt, so you can tune out distractions and focus on the river.

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SKU: NRS00CT
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