CAMP USA G Comp Racing Glove

CAMP USA G Comp Racing Glove
CAMP USA G Comp Racing Glove
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G Comp Racing Glove by CAMP USA
Camp USA has a whole collection of G Comp gloves dedicated to ski mountaineering and randonee racing in various conditions, and the G Comp Racing Glove is the lightest of them all, and most comfortable for getting your rando on in bluebird conditions. Its microfiber material is incredibly breathable, and it retains a next-to-skin fit unlike bulkier, warmer G Comp alternatives. This glove has a wind-resistant Windmit'N mitten that stows inside the wrist so you can keep your fingers cozy even when the alpine's wind tries to leave them numb. The synthetic leather palm has Grip'R pads to give a good grip on ski poles, and the thumb has a terry wipe for your nose.

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SKU: CMPJ153
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