Pow Gloves Vertex GTX Warm Glove

Pow Gloves Vertex GTX Warm Glove
Pow Gloves Vertex GTX Warm Glove
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Vertex GTX Warm Glove by Pow Gloves
Boasting premium materials and tech-savvy details, the Pow Vertex GTX Warm Glove offers next-level protection from winter's onslaught of deep powder dumps, icy winds, and frigid temperatures. Its waterproof/breathable Gore-Tex membrane sheds the deepest powder and wettest spring slush, ensuring complete protection from outside moisture and precipitation. The Pittards Oiltac leather palm not only delivers an ultra-supple feel for luxurious comfort, but it's also textured with a dragon-etched palm for incredible grip and dexterity. The PrimaLoft Gold and Grip Control insulation keeps warmth from escaping through the glove so your fingers don't freeze. Pleasantly soft to the touch, the glove's micro-fleece lining wraps your hands in all-day comfort. Another cool feature is the glove's backhand compression foam, which adds protection from nasty falls and unexpected spills on the slopes. Adding tech interactivity for snapping pics and answering calls, the glove's touchscreen-compatible AX SuedeConnect fingertips allow you to control smartphones and media players without exposing your skin to the cold.

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SKU: PWG001F
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