Seirus Heatwave+ Escape Mitten - Women's

Seirus Heatwave+ Escape Mitten - Women's
Seirus Heatwave+ Escape Mitten - Women's
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Heatwave+ Escape Mitten - Women's by Seirus
When you are enjoying the best day of the year, the last thing you want in the back of your mind is how numb your hands are--be prepared for cold temperatures and good times in the Seirus Heatwave+ Escape Mitten. This glove is lined with heavyweight HeatLock insulation to give your hands plush warmth while the DryHand waterproof membrane and leather shell protect your hands from wet snow. Inside the mitten is the Seirus Heatwave+ internal glove liner, using kinetic and reflective technology the liner is designed covert energy into increased heat and radiate heat back for more warmth. And then lined with ultra-soft neofleece for additional warmth and comfort you will forget what numb hands feels like. The mitten design holds your fingers together for optimal warmth, but when you need to use your fingers to make a call or change your song, the convenient side zipper gives you access to your liner so you can use your touchscreen compatible index finger and thumb to reconnect with your friends at lunch.

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SKU: SIR003O
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