Buff Solar Glove

Buff Solar Glove
Buff Solar Glove
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Solar Glove by Buff
When you're spending 12 hours straight on the water, your face isn't the only thing you need to cover up. Keep your hands protected from harsh UV rays when you're fishing on high-mountain lakes and sun-baked saltwater flats with the Buff Solar Glove. The lightweight fabric shields your skin without making you overheat, and the fingerless design lets you tie on flies and tippet with ease.

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