Metolius Insulated Belay Glove

Metolius Insulated Belay Glove
Metolius Insulated Belay Glove
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Insulated Belay Glove by Metolius
It's chilly, and your climbing partner has been on the wall forever, but thanks to the Metolius Insulated Belay Glove your hands are warm and ready for your next burn. Light insulation provides bulk-free warmth so you don't feel like you're belaying in ski gloves. The synthetic outer material is malleable so you can maintain dexterity, yet durable so your rope won't wear a hole through the palm of your glove.

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SKU: MET006B
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