Hestra Wakayama Glove

Hestra Wakayama Glove
Hestra Wakayama Glove
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Wakayama Glove by Hestra
Offering vintage style that an old ranch hand would approve of, the Hestra Wakayama Glove is warm enough for daily winter wear and tough enough for working in the field. Cowhide leather gives it a classic look along with rugged durability, and the plush wool terry lining provides warmth for the chilliest days.

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SKU: HES003P
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