Metolius Sport Glove

Metolius Sport Glove
Metolius Sport Glove
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Sport Glove by Metolius
You'll find the Metolius Sport Glove a lot more dexterous than most climbing belay gloves. That's because Metolius added a breathable stretch nylon panel to the back so you can wrap your fingers around the rope with ease. The palm has supple-yet-strong goat skin for the performance you'd expect out of a world class belay glove.

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SKU: MET001M
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