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The Ski Survival Kit

€27,80

Size: 140 x 100 x 35mm Weight: 272g Life on the slopes is exhilarating. If you know someone who is heading to the mountains this winter, send them with this Ski Survival Kit so they can make the most of their time on the piste. Each set contains hand-mixed lip...


Size: 140 x 100 x 35mm

Weight: 272g

Life on the slopes is exhilarating. If you know someone who is heading to the mountains this winter, send them with this Ski Survival Kit so they can make the most of their time on the piste.

Each set contains hand-mixed lip oil and after-sun cream to nourish and refresh the skin after a day on the slopes.

We include a hip flask for the ride (and a glasses cord for when the ride gets bumpy). Then we put it all in a rugged tin that’s made for the job.


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