Columbia Tumalo Mountain Glove - Men's

Columbia Tumalo Mountain Glove - Men's
Columbia Tumalo Mountain Glove - Men's
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Tumalo Mountain Glove - Men's by Columbia
From picturesque powder days to idyllic snowshoe hikes, the Columbia Men's Tumalo Mountain Glove provides a cozy place for frozen fingers when it's dumping snow and freezing outside. Sealing out winter's onslaught of heavy snow and icy precipitation, the Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable membrane keeps hands pleasantly dry through deep snow and damp conditions. Trapping fiery heat when Arctic blasts pummel your locale, the gloves' Farenhot polyester insulation keeps your fingers from freezing in single-digit temperatures. In fact, you'll find more insulation along the back of the hand (240-gram), giving you extra heat where you need it most--without restricting dexterity throughout the fingers and palm. Speaking of fingers, you'll appreciate the PU-grip palm when it's time to strap in atop your favorite lift, as well as the sublimely soft nose wipe along the thumb.

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