Metolius 3/4 Finger Climbing Glove

Metolius 3/4 Finger Climbing Glove
Metolius 3/4 Finger Climbing Glove
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3/4 Finger Climbing Glove by Metolius
The Metolius Climbing Glove - 3/4 Finger provides a snug fit and incredible dexterity to create the ultimate climbing glove. A durable cowhide outer molds comfortably to your hand, while split-cowhide reinforcements on the palm and triple stitching will ensure it lasts for seasons come. The Metolius Climbing Glove has a webbing clip-in loop and a hook and loop wrist closure.

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SKU: MET0086
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