NRS Maxim Glove

NRS Maxim Glove
NRS Maxim Glove
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Maxim Glove by NRS
Extend your paddling season into the chilly months with the NRS Maxim Glove, which is made from a stretchy three-millimeter neoprene to keep the icy waters from freezing your fingers. Feature-heavy in a small package, this glove has a VaporLoft fleece lining to add warmth, a palm grip to keep a solid hold on your paddle, and liquid taped seams to prevent the Maxim from leaking water when the boofs get big.

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SKU: NRS00CR
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