Immersion Research Microwave Handwarmer

Immersion Research Microwave Handwarmer
Immersion Research Microwave Handwarmer
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Microwave Handwarmer by Immersion Research
The Immersion Research Microwave Handwarmers get your mitts nice and toasty on cold-weather kayaking trips. Heavy-duty abrasion-resistant Supratex neoprene protects the exterior while the fuzzy lining feels soft to the touch for extra comfort. Hook-and-loop closures make it easy to get these on and off your paddle.

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SKU: IMR002H
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