Flylow Savage Glove

Flylow Savage Glove
Flylow Savage Glove
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Savage Glove by Flylow
First bump trees, rocks, and your homies after a crazy pow run in the Savage Glove from Flylow. This glove gives you the protection you need to rip tight tree runs during the storm of the year thanks to the durable triple baked cowhide and impact foam on the back of the hand. In addition to the heat trapped by the impact foam the Savage is also packed full of Primaloft insulation to keep your digits happy on even the coldest days.

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SKU: FLG00B3
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