CAMP USA G Comp Wind Glove

CAMP USA G Comp Wind Glove
CAMP USA G Comp Wind Glove
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G Comp Wind Glove by CAMP USA
Before you head out for a fast spring tour, rando race, or even cold-weather run, pull on the Camp USA G Comp Wind Glove. The slightly stretchy synthetic fabric provides light and moisture-wicking insulation, and the synthetic leather palm makes it easy to grip your poles when you're on the move. There's also a terry thumb panel for easy nose and sweat wiping. What really sets the G Comp apart, though, is the stowable DWR-coated ripstop nylon Windmit'N, which pulls out to cover your hand and protect your fingers from biting winds. It leaves the palm exposed to maintain grip, too, so you don't have to pick whether you want to stay warm or hold on to your poles.

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SKU: CMP003P
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