Mountain Hardwear Butter Glove Liner

Mountain Hardwear Butter Glove Liner
Mountain Hardwear Butter Glove Liner
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Butter Glove Liner by Mountain Hardwear
Lightweight, insulating, and moisture wicking, the Mountain Hardwear Butter Glove Liners work well under your mittens on extra cold ski days, and they work well on their own during a chilly fall trail run.

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SKU: MHW007M
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