Hestra Power Heater Glove

Hestra Power Heater Glove
Hestra Power Heater Glove
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Power Heater Glove by Hestra
Half of the Hestra Power Heater Glove's brawn comes from its battery powered heating loops. The other half is a natural result of quality materials and solid construction, both of which have made Hestra a leader in the ski industry since the '40s. The back of the hand is composed of Hestra's Flextron softshell frabic, and the palm is a durable Goat leather. A waterproof CZone insert provides further protection from moisture, and synthetic Fiberfill insulation adds warmth in addition to the battery powered heating loops. The warmth of the glove can be adjusted through the the control button on the back of the hand, and the Lithium battery can either be replaced or recharged via the international charging adapter.

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SKU: HES000K
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