Black Diamond Spark Glove - Kids'

Black Diamond Spark Glove - Kids'
Black Diamond Spark Glove - Kids'
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Spark Glove - Kids' by Black Diamond
The Kids' Spark Glove is Black Diamond's premier ski glove for children who can't get enough of powder whether they're riding or playing. Its BD. dry insert ensures waterproofing for making snowmen or pushing back up after a hard fall. A hybrid construction gives this glove a Pertex Shield gauntlet for better pliability where it counts, and goat leather covers the palm and finger tips to give a better grip on ski poles. Thinsulate insulation ensures warmth throughout winter, even if the glove happens to get wet. Black Diamond padded the knuckles for added impact protection, and the fleece lining adds extra coziness to cold weather.

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SKU: BLD00SZ
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