Hestra Army Leather Couloir Glove - Men's

Hestra Army Leather Couloir Glove - Men's
Hestra Army Leather Couloir Glove - Men's
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Army Leather Couloir Glove - Men's by Hestra
The Hestra Army Leather Couloir Glove keeps your hands warm, dry, and supple as you seek out new lines, find secret powder stashes, and huddle up on cold chairlift rides. Its waterproof construction keeps moisture at bay while the foam lining has your fingers toasty warm as you lap your favorite runs. To keep your hands flexible, Hestra constructed the Couloir Glove with their Ergo grip with pre-curved fingers and minimal excess material on the palm to provide you with maximum dexterity. Finally, the easy to care for insert is both breathable and waterproof for maximum moisture protection and dry, warm hands so you can focus on your turns.

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SKU: HES006O
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