Outdoor Research Capstone Heated Sensor Gloves

Outdoor Research Capstone Heated Sensor Gloves
Outdoor Research Capstone Heated Sensor Gloves
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Capstone Heated Sensor Gloves by Outdoor Research
From cool groomer days to sub-zero powder days, the Outdoor Research Capstone Heated Gloves offer the pinnacle of warmth and performance. Built with an AltiHeat rechargeable battery-powered heating system, these gloves feature the option of running two batteries per glove and offer an enhanced heating element surface for toasty-warm heat output. In addition to battery operated heat, the Capstone Gloves feature a Gore-Tex insert for waterproof, breathable protection. EnduraLoft insulation offers essential warmth that ensures you won't have to pay a visit to the warming hut on days that you've foregone the AltiHeat. The goat leather palm provides superior gripping power, while the touchscreen compatible leather allows you to snap that picture without having to expose your fingers to the cold.

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