Ladies Bromont Mitt

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Materials: Vintage Kidskin

Rib Knit: 80% Wool, 20% acrylic

Lining: Microterry - 100% Polyester Thoermolite Insulation for added warmth
Thermal Insulation: 100gms Thermoplastic PolyUrethane breathable membrane, waterproof and windproof.
Cuff: Wool blend knit at hem for added warmth. Leather strap with embossed logo snap elasticized at wrist. 

The Bromont—clean lines and simple elegance in a streamlined, go-anywhere, goes-with-everything design. These lightweight-yet-durable leather mitts are lined with ultra-cozy, moisture-wicking micro terry to keep your digits dry and warm on the coldest days. An elastic wrist and knit cuff combine to keep the wind out and the look minimalist. A leather snap-button strap with embossed logo adds an extra layer of protection and style. Available in two easy-to-wear, easy-to-match hues. 

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11/08/2021
Cassandra N.
Canada Canada

Love these mitts

Super soft leather. Perfect fit. And I love the lining on the inside. Classic style.

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