NRS Boater's Glove - Women's

NRS Boater's Glove - Women's
NRS Boater's Glove - Women's
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Boater's Glove - Women's by NRS
Prevent blisters while protecting your hands from sunburn with the Boater's Glove. Lightweight spandex backing provides UPF 50+ sun protection for scorching days on the water, and synthetic leather palms protect against blisters when you're paddling for hours on end.

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SKU: NRSR05F
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