Manzella Bubble Down Mitt


Shell Water-repellent microfiber shell
Palm Water-repellent, drum-dyed full-grain leather
Lining Hydrophobic microfiber tricot
Insulation Goose down
Insert HydroBlok® WPB

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Manzella's Bubble Down Mitt page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

There is just no excuses that you can make to yourself when you forget your warm gloves at home. So don't let your digits freeze this winter; just call me and I'll ship out a new pair of Bubble Down Mitt from Manzella. Trust me; your fingers will thank you later. PRODUCT FEATURES: Shell; Water-repellent microfiber shell Palm; Water-repellent, drum-dyed full-grain leather Lining; Hydrophobic microfiber tricot Insulation; Goose down Insert; HydroBlok WPB

- Appalachian Outdoors

The Manzella Women's Bubble Down Mitts are insulated with goose down and feature a water-repellent quilted microfiber shell to keep your hands toasty warm and dry during winter outdoor activities. The hidden four-way stretch cuff blocks wind and snow, and the water-repellent full grain leather palm ensures a solid grip on poles and equipment.Water-repellent microfiber shell.Water-repellent, drum-dyed full grain leather palm.Hydrophobic microfiber tricot lining.Goose down 5-finger lining insulation provides protection, even on the coldest of days.Hydroblok waterproof/breathable insert keeps your hands dry.Hidden 4-way stretch microfiber cuff.Import.

- Campmor

Manzella Bubble Down Mitt


The Manzella Bubble Down Mitt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 13, 2014 at Gear for Adventure.

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