CAMP USA Geko Ice Pro Glove

CAMP USA Geko Ice Pro Glove
CAMP USA Geko Ice Pro Glove
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Geko Ice Pro Glove by CAMP USA
Out of Camp USA's collection of ice climbing gloves, the Geko Ice Pro Glove is by far the most technical option worthy of professional ice and mixed climbers. DryZone protects your hand from ice spray and wet weather, while Primaloft Gold gives the back of your hand a light dose of warmth. Camp USA left the palm and fingers without insulation to ensure proper dexterity, and Pittards Armortan leather gives a good grip on ice axes.

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