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The Shaka Mitt

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The Shaka Mitt

Availability: Out of stock

¥14,900

Description:

By blending functionality with a mantra of love and good times, OYUKI has created the perfect mitt for deep powder adventures. Riding in Japan is good for your soul, which is why The Shaka Mitt has been designed for spreading good vibes while allowing riders to maintain an optimal level of thermal comfort. The end product is a super warm and comfortable mitt that utilises goatskin leather, a material that is naturally water resistant, hardwearing and pliable. Its aesthetics are understated and raw, mirroring the unrefined qualities of this mitt's birthplace, the Japanese Alps.

Features:


  • Touch screen tip

  • Full Goatskin leather

  • Porelle® Dry Membrane

  • 133g PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation

  • Internal fingers

  • External free range pinky finger for throwing shakas with ease

  • Fitted neoprene cuff with hook and loop closure

  • Powder wrist loop

Construction:

A. Goatskin Leather: Super soft, manoeuvrable leather, which has an incredibly comfortable fit and an outstanding level of durability.
B. Porelle® Dry Waterproof Membrane: Super flexible and breathable membrane offering top rated water resistance.
C. PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation: 133g of premium insulation offering warmth without bulk as well as hydrophobic properties.
D. Tricot Lining: Super soft, anti-pill, hygienic lining material.

Details

By blending functionality with a mantra of love and good times, OYUKI has created the perfect mitt for deep powder adventures. Riding in Japan is good for your soul, which is why The Shaka Mitt has been designed for spreading good vibes while allowing riders to maintain an optimal level of thermal comfort. The end product is a super warm and comfortable mitt that utilises goatskin leather, a material that is naturally water resistant, hardwearing and pliable. Its aesthetics are understated and raw, mirroring the unrefined qualities of this mitt's birthplace, the Japanese Alps.