Norrona Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft170 Short Glove

Norrona Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft170 Short Glove
Norrona Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft170 Short Glove
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Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft170 Short Glove by Norrona
The Norrona Lofoten Dri1 PrimaLoft 170 Short Glove is designed to balance your hand's needs for warmth and dexterity while skiing. Constructed with PrimaLoft Gold insulation, these gloves keep your hands toasty without bulking them down. The Dri1 insert provides breathable protection from melting snow, and the outer Flex1 fabric is designed to stretch and move as you do. Adjustable cuffs help you get the glove on and off easily, and makes sure that snow won't sneak inside as you ride. The goatskin palm grip ensures a stable grip on your poles or your beer, depending on what part of the day it is.

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