Fox Racing Defend Pro Fire Glove - Men's

Fox Racing Defend Pro Fire Glove - Men's
Fox Racing Defend Pro Fire Glove - Men's
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Defend Pro Fire Glove - Men's by Fox Racing
Fall and winter rides come not only come with chilly temps, but also unpredictable weather, and inevitably our extremities are where we feel it first. Fox's Defend Pro Fire Gloves are built with a durable 3-layer construction for waterproof protection when the rain starts to fall, along with a brushed fleece interior that traps heat within its fibers to keep your digits insulated while you ride. Despite the insulation, Fox takes tactile feel as a priority, outfitting these gloves with conductive fingertips to keep you connected to your phone when you take a break to snap a picture.

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SKU: FXR039V
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