Mammut Stoney Glove - Men's

Mammut Stoney Glove - Men's
Mammut Stoney Glove - Men's
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Stoney Glove - Men's by Mammut
The Mammut Stoney Glove provides a warm feel through the day, regardless of the weather report. DryTechnology two-layer material sheds wet snow, and synthetic insulation traps and holds warmth throughout the day. A pre-shaped hand allows for an articulated and natural feel that can be worn easily, and soft fabric on the outside of the thumb provides a handy goggle wipe.

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SKU: MAM014P
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