Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Sensor Glove

Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Sensor Glove
Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Sensor Glove
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Lucent Heated Sensor Glove by Outdoor Research
The Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Glove uses AltiHeat's battery to provide heavyweight warmth at the ski resort, and three different settings accommodate more than just the lowest temperatures. Gore-Tex gives this glove rugged waterproofing that's still breathable for active endeavors, and EnduraLoft insulation ensures warmth. Outdoor Research padded the back-of-hand for protection and added a leather palm and overlays for traction and durability.

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SKU: ODR00XR
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