Outdoor Research HighCamp Glove - Men's

Outdoor Research HighCamp Glove - Men's
Outdoor Research HighCamp Glove - Men's
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HighCamp Glove - Men's by Outdoor Research
The HighCamp glove by Outdoor Research is a multipurpose glove to wear while adventuring in the winter. Redesigned with Vertical X insulation, the HighCamp effectively captures and holds heat while in the middle of a snowstorm. The waterproof Ventia insert keeps snow from finding its way into the glove so your hands stay protected when scrambling across a ridgeline of snow and rock. A removable liner is also touchscreen compatible and works great as a stand-alone pair of gloves while you're on the skintrack and need to shed a layer as you work your way back up the mountain.

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SKU: ODR00TB
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