Columbia Inferno Range Glove

Columbia Inferno Range Glove
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Inferno Range Glove by Columbia
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Columbia Inferno Range Glove

When you're out slaying powder or trekking up to peaks that rise above the clouds, keep your paws dry and toasty with the Columbia Inferno Range Glove. The glove's OutDry membrane offers a high level of waterproof protection, and Columbia bonds the membrane to the polyester softshell outer fabric in a particular way to seal off seams so no moisture can sneak through. Warm insulation (with a little more at the back of the hand, which tends to get colder) keeps your hands from freezing. The glove's soft fleece lining is both soft and functional: it helps wick moisture away from your skin to keep your hands from getting overly clammy. The glove is covered with a durable synthetic suede overlay, and grippy fabric at the palm helps you securely hold on to ski poles or ice tools. The glove is shaped with a 3-point precurved shape to facilitate freer movement, and you can customize the fit over your wrist with an adjustable strap. Seal off the glove with a one-handed drawcord closure to keep snow and cold air out, and the long gauntlet cuff offers plenty of protection and an easy fit over your jacket sleeve. Wipe your nose on the soft patch on the thumb if you get cold-air sniffles, and secure the glove to your wrist with the safety leash so you don't risk losing it if you need to take it off.

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