Gordini Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove - Men's

Gordini Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove - Men's
Gordini Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove - Men's
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Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove - Men's by Gordini
Made with Pittards goatskin leather, the Gordini Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove is a bomb-proof glove built for the modern freeskier. Since it's reinforced with genuine American bison leather for increased durability, you won't have to worry about doing your own reinforcement with duct tape halfway through the season. The neoprene cuff slides easily under your jacket sleeves, and the neoprene leash keeps them handy when you're cracking open a cold one on the chair lift. Primaloft insulation provides warmth without being too bulky so you won't have to shed them every time you adjust your gear.

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SKU: GOR000E
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