Flylow Maine Line Glove

Flylow Maine Line Glove
Flylow Maine Line Glove
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Maine Line Glove by Flylow
When an east coast storm blows in and makes skiing feel more like lobster fishing off the coast of Maine, slip on the Maine Line Glove for reliable warmth and dryness. The Pre-treated Pigskin outer seals out moisture and traps heat while the three finger design mixes the dexterity of a glove and the warmth of a mitten to keep you operating at your best.

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SKU: FLG00B5
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