NRS HydroSkin 2.0 Forecast Glove

NRS HydroSkin 2.0 Forecast Glove
NRS HydroSkin 2.0 Forecast Glove
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HydroSkin 2.0 Forecast Glove by NRS
Consider the Forecast Glove a second set of skin for colder paddling days. Its HydroSkin 2. 0 neoprene fabric keeps your hand comfortably dry and warm, and there are slip-off tips at the thumb, primary finger, and middle finger for tying knots and fishing. NRS added grippy silicone at the palm to give you a good grip on your paddle.

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SKU: NRSR05H
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