Outdoor Research BioSensor Glove Liner - Men's

Outdoor Research BioSensor Glove Liner - Men's
Outdoor Research BioSensor Glove Liner - Men's
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BioSensor Glove Liner - Men's by Outdoor Research
Outdoor Research Biosensor Liners are so much more than regular glove liners. The merino wool construction not only breathes well and wicks moisture, but it fights odor. Not only that, Biosensor liners are smart-phone friendly, so you can operate touch-screen devices without even taking your liners off.

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SKU: ODR0961
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