Hestra Army Leather Patrol Glove - Men's

Hestra Army Leather Patrol Glove - Men's
Hestra Army Leather Patrol Glove - Men's
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Army Leather Patrol Glove - Men's by Hestra
Do your working hands a favor and put on the Hestra Army Leather Patrol Glove before you go out for your early morning sweeps. Constructed from army goat leather and Hestra melange fabric, this glove is windproof, waterproof, and breathable. Insulation provides a barrier between your hands and the cold, while a removable liner offers a cozy fit and extra warmth on particularly biting days in the backcountry. An elastic strap with a hook-and-loop closure seals out cold to protect you from the elements whether you're a patroller, an avid skier, or a backcountry bomber who lives, works, and plays in the snow.

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SKU: HES003O
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