Spyder Astrid Mitten

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Spyder's Astrid Mitten page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A waterproof laminate, DWR finish, and warming insulation make the Spyder Girls' Astrid Mitten perfect for keeping your little shredder warm and dry during a full day on the slopes.

- Backcountry.com

Keep your hands snug and cozy in the Spyder Astrid Mittens for Girls. You'll the cute custom pixel plaid on these mitts. Water resistant leather palms allow you to keep your grip on your poles, and the adjustable wrist strap assures a snug fit. Keep those hands warm all day in the Astrid Mittens for Girls.

- Altrec Outdoors

Description of Spyder Astrid Mitten - Girls Fun and functional, the chic Girls Astrid Mitten bold prints and colorful designs provides winter weather protection in style. Featuring a waterproof, breathable stretch twill exterior with a supple water resistant goat leather palm. The addition of the Spyder DRY Insert, and brushed tricot lining ensures dry, warm and comfortable hands. Adjustable wrist straps, full length over the cuff gauntlet and elasticized wrists keep the elements on the outside.FeaturesSoft Chamude Nose Wipe on ThumbBrushed Tricot LiningAdjustable Wrist StrapSpyder DRY WaterproofBreathable InsertPre-Curved Articulated FitElastisized Wrist

- US Outdoor Store

Spyder Astrid Mitten

previously retailed for:
$20.99 - $45.00

The Spyder Astrid Mitten is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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