LEKI Progressive Tune Leather Boa MF Touch Glove - Men's

LEKI Progressive Tune Leather Boa MF Touch Glove - Men's
LEKI Progressive Tune Leather Boa MF Touch Glove - Men's
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Progressive Tune Leather Boa MF Touch Glove - Men's by LEKI
The Leki Progressive Tune Leather Boa MF Touch Glove is raising the bar on high-quality gloves. Not only is it made from high-quality materials, but is also equipped with several features to get you closer to your ski poles for maximum dexterity. The Boa fit adjustment system allows you to crank the fit to a snug, second skin feel allowing complete control of the pole. Combined with the silicone palm grip and Trigger S tech that allows you to clip into the poles without utilizing a pole strap, the glove is really pushing its limits. All of this is topped off with a soft, waterproof construction, non-bulky insulation, and MF touch that allows the use of screens without removing your gloves.

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SKU: LEK006N
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