Columbia Tumalo Mountain Glove - Women's

Columbia Tumalo Mountain Glove - Women's
Columbia Tumalo Mountain Glove - Women's
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Tumalo Mountain Glove - Women's by Columbia
Whether you're laying down first tracks on a powder day or peacefully breaking trail with your snowshoes in the woods, the Columbia Women's Tumalo Mountain Glove offers a toasty-warm refuge from winter's icy temperatures and biting winds. Keeping your hands blissfully dry during heavy snowstorms and icy conditions, the Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable membrane protects hands from soaking snow and outside precipitation. Trapping sauna-like warmth on the coldest winter days, the gloves' Farenhot polyester insulation keeps your fingers and palm from freezing when Arctic fronts barrel through your region. In fact, there's more insulation along the back of the hand (240-gram), providing extra heat where it's needed most--without sacrificing dexterity through the fingers and palm. And speaking of your digits, you'll appreciate the dexterous PU-grip palm when it's time to strap in atop your favorite lift or dig out from two feet of fresh snow.

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SKU: COL00EI
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