Marmot Lightray Glove

Marmot Lightray Glove
Marmot Lightray Glove
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Lightray Glove by Marmot
You won't have to ride down the resort as fast as the speed of light because your fingers are starting to numb when you have Marmot's Lightray Glove on. It has Gore-Tex defending your hand from cold snow with rugged waterproofing and comfy breathability. Thermal R insulation adds warmth, and DriClime fabric wicks sweat in case you get too warm.

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