Specs

Shell Mini ripstop and genuine leather with diamond grip palm and thumb.
Insulation Naturaloft® insulating concept: 600 fill power goose down, Hydrowick microdenier lining, with ultra breathable Aquabloc® Elite waterproof insert.
Features Aquabloc® Elite, Naturaloft®, gauntlet cinch closure.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Gordini's Sleeper II Mitt page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With 600 fill down insulation, the Gordini Women's Sleeper II Mitts will definitely keep you warm. Combine that with its ultra breathable Aquabloc waterproof and windproof insert and these gloves will keep your hands warm and dry when temps hover at freezing and the day stretches from sunrise to sunset. The genuine leather, digital grip palm and thumb ensures superior dexterity and durability for adjusting gear and gripping poles.Mini ripstop fabric shell with 3-layer thermal ply waterproof, windproof, breathable fabric. Genuine leather construction with digital-grip palm and thumb. Natural loft insulating concept; 600 fill goose down insulation delivers exceptional warmth.Hydrowick microdenier lining wicks away moisture; keeps your hands dry and warm.Ultra breathable waterproof, windproof Aquabloc Elite insert. Gauntlet cinch closure around wrist seals out wind and snow. Drawcord at cuff for a secure fit over jacket cuff.

- Campmor

Shell: Mini ripstop and genuine leather with diamond grip palm and thumb Insulation: Naturaloft insulating concept: 600 fill power goose down, Hydrowick microdenier lining, with ultra breathable, waterproof, windproof Aquabloc insert.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Gordini Men's Sleeper II Mitt

MSRP:
$63.00

The Gordini Men's Sleeper II Mitt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 17, 2012 at Campmor.

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