Outdoor Research BioSensor Glove Liner - Women's

Outdoor Research BioSensor Glove Liner - Women's
Outdoor Research BioSensor Glove Liner - Women's
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BioSensor Glove Liner - Women's by Outdoor Research
The merino wool Outdoor Research BioSensor Glove Liner breathes well wicks moisture, and fights odor. You can also use your smart phone with the BioSensor, because the mad scientists at Outdoor Research have figured out how to make touchscreen-friendly fingers.

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SKU: ODR0962
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