Arc'teryx Alpha SL Glove

Arc'teryx Alpha SL Glove
Arc'teryx Alpha SL Glove
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Alpha SL Glove by Arc'teryx
From summiting mountains with your skis on your back to scaling frozen waterfalls, the Arc'teryx Alpha SL Glove offers the dexterity and performance you need for technically demanding ascents. Made from Gore Windstopper material, this glove completely blocks wind and resists water to keep your hands warm and dry during high-aerobic ascents. A fleece lining traps body heat for light warmth, and leather reinforcements give the palm and fingers a good grip, so you'll be able to hold everything from an ice axe to ski poles with confidence. Designed with a next-to-skin fit, these gloves offer a highly dexterous feel, while a pulley adjustment system locks the glove to your hand to maximize fit and stability.

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SKU: ARC00T8
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