Hestra Army Leather Heli GTX + Gore Grip Glove

Hestra Army Leather Heli GTX + Gore Grip Glove
Hestra Army Leather Heli GTX + Gore Grip Glove
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Army Leather Heli GTX + Gore Grip Glove by Hestra
When you're headed out into blisteringly-cold, blizzard-like conditions, make sure your hands are outfitted with the Hestra Army Leather Heli GTX + Gore Grip Glove. Windproof, waterproof, and highly breathable, these gauntlet-style gloves feature a Gore-Tex Grip membrane that not only provides impenetrable protection against winter's worst, but also nimble dexterity for gripping poles or zippers thanks to its tightly-bonded construction. The glove's inner face features Gore's Wicking Pique layer, which works to pull sweat from your skin and trap precious body heat, ensuring your hands stay wrapped in toasty, dry comfort from first chair to last. Its gauntlet design, with an adjustable elasticized wrist, keeps snow out when it's waist-deep at the resort, and goatskin leather construction blends ideal comfort with tough durability.

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