Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex Glove - Men's

Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex Glove - Men's
Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex Glove - Men's
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Army Leather Gore-Tex Glove - Men's by Hestra
The steepest and deepest beckon, so slip on the Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex Ski Glove and send it. This big-gauntlet bomb shelter for your hands stays warm on the coldest days and dry in the heaviest snow. Hestra's ergonomic Eagle Grip follows the natural curve of your hands in supple Army Goat leather and burly Triton nylon, while fiberfill and a fleecy lining insulate without sacrificing an iota of crucial grip. Gore-Tex denies soak-through while you dig your test pit, and breathes like a champ when your palms start sweating at the tip of double black-diamond chute. Hestra's innovative Handcuffs attach these gloves by a lanyard to your forearms, so you can take them off and find your sunscreen without dropping them to the tram floor.

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