Helly Hansen Traverse HT Glove

Helly Hansen Traverse HT Glove
Helly Hansen Traverse HT Glove
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Traverse HT Glove by Helly Hansen
The Traverse HT glove is built to keep your digits warm and dry while you slash powder and cruise groomers. Packed in with the waterproof and durable materials are Touch Capable index fingers and thumbs, so that you can check your email while you take a "sick day."

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SKU: HYH010J
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