Hestra Narvik Wool Terry Glove - Men's

Hestra Narvik Wool Terry Glove - Men's
Hestra Narvik Wool Terry Glove - Men's
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Narvik Wool Terry Glove - Men's by Hestra
Whether your adventure is for work or play, the Hestra Narvik Wool Terry Glove steps up to the challenge with ease and grace. This classically styled ski glove is crafted with a longer cut and vegetable tanned goat leather in the palm and waxed cotton-polyester blended material on the back of the hand, in turn providing weather-resistance and rugged protection. The wool-terry liner provides extra warmth on those chilly days and is handily removable, which is optimal for washing or drying out, you know just in case your palms suddenly change from the Serengeti to the Florida Everglades.

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