Marmot Connect Evolution Glove - Men's

Marmot Connect Evolution Glove - Men's
Marmot Connect Evolution Glove - Men's
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Connect Evolution Glove - Men's by Marmot
There are so many exercise machines these days, you could stay inside all winter and not lose a step in your cardio training. But you've always preferred the old fashioned ways, which is why you have the Marmot Connect Evolution Glove. Water resistant and designed with Gore's trusted Windstopper fabric, these lightweight gloves pair perfectly with crampons, Nordic tracks, and burning lungs. A leather reinforced palm with Marmot's Falcon Grip design gives you reliable pole grip on steep climbs and speedy downhills, while touch screen compatibility lets you easily track your run or ski on your favorite workout app.

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SKU: MAR01LW
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