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Hestra - Heli Ski Jr. Mitt

$145.00
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SKU: 30561-250

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Hestra’s most famous ski Mitt! A tough, long winter mitten perfect for ski-happy juniors keen to explore powder who spend long days out on the mountain. The long cuff prevents snow getting in while the removable liner is easy to wash and dry.

Description

Hestra’s Heli Ski glove was originally created for Canadian ski guides who needed a reliable, warm ski glove for long days of snow and cold. What could be better for ski-happy juniors heading off into the woods, pistes or park as soon as they get a spare minute? Just like the adult version, the kids’ mitten is sewn in hardwearing goatskin and weather-resistant 3-layer polyamide. The fleece liner is removable and has warming G-loft synthetic insulation. A wrist strap reduces the risk of losing a glove when taking it off on a lift to use a phone or adjust goggles. There’s also an eyelet for hanging the mitten up. As a mitten, it offers a bit more warmth for frozen fingers but it also comes in three and five-finger versions. A hardwearing, warming winter companion in all kinds of ski terrain all season long.

  • Tough, practical mitten for kids.
  • Backhand in weather-resistant, breathable 3-layer polyamide.
  • Treated goatskin on palm and fingers.
  • Removable fleece liner (Bemberg) with polyester insulation (G-Loft).
  • Pre-curved fit for comfort and good grip.
  • Snowlock with drawstring adjustment.
  • Velcro wrist adjustment.
  • Hestra handcuffs (wrist strap) included.
  • Eyelet provides attachment options.
  • Can be combined with various liners.

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