Outdoor Research Fuzzy Sensor Glove - Kids'

Outdoor Research Fuzzy Sensor Glove - Kids'
Outdoor Research Fuzzy Sensor Glove - Kids'
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Fuzzy Sensor Glove - Kids' by Outdoor Research
Both your kids have come to terms that they walk to the bus every morning. Reward their go-getter attitude and keep their fingers warm with the Outdoor research Kids' Fuzzy Glove. Totally warm and complete with a palm grip and touchscreen compatibility, these gloves are the perfect companion for making it to the bus on time, enjoying some tunes on the ride and then stashing until the ride home.

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SKU: ODR00Z6
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