Norrona Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft166 Short Glove

Norrona Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft166 Short Glove
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Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft166 Short Glove by Norrona
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Norrona Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft166 Short Glove

While pretty pom poms and decorative leather tassles make ski gloves look nice, are they really necessary' It's safe to say most of us really just want a pair of gloves that will keep our hands warm and dry. Well, rest assured, because the Norrona Lofoten Dri1 Primaloft166 Short Glove can confidently check the box on both of these requirements.Being Norrona's warmest waterproof gloves, the Lofoten is insulated with varying degrees of Primaloft insulation to maintain warmth and minimize needless bulk through the palm. For waterproof protection, the glove is fitted with a 2. 5-layer Dri1 membrane to effectively seal out wetness, leaving your hands nice and dry. The palm is reinforced with leather for increased durability and grip, and the addition of a hook-and-loop tab at the cuff means you won't have to deal with snow getting inside your gloves.

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