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Description

A nostalgic look with modern performance.

Named after the famed Nepali Sherpa who shared the summit of Everest with Sir Edmund Hillary, the Astis Tenzing Mitten blends timeless appeal with uncompromising functionality. While perfectly suited and styled for chilly nights out on the town, these mittens are made from hand-stitched suede leather, speckled cowhide, and Polartec Thermal Pro liners to provide the high level of performance required by hard charging skiers and winter sports enthusiasts alike.
  • Hand-stitched suede leather is injected with silicone during the tanning process to provide exceptional durability and water resistance
  • Polartec Thermal Pro High Loft lining keeps hands toasty warm and comfortable
  • High cut gauntlet allows the jacket to slide under without bunching while providing a snug fit that keeps snow out
  • Absence of buckles, drawstrings, or clips gives these mittens timeless appeal and ease of use

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A former backcountry.com employee Caleb K. gets rowdy on High Boy up at Alta in the Tenzing.

Whenever I rock around the mountain with my Sacajawea Astis mittens on, people ask me if they make a men's version. This is your manly answer...what could be more mountainous?

Nothing. The answer is nothing...

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The head to toe setup on that guy is amazing! That mustache, it just...works.

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Caleb isn't shy when it comes to choosing pieces that accentuate his mountain manhood. He's always stylin'!