Outdoor Research PL 150 Sensor Glove - Women's

Outdoor Research PL 150 Sensor Glove - Women's
Outdoor Research PL 150 Sensor Glove - Women's
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PL 150 Sensor Glove - Women's by Outdoor Research
In your ski gloves or on its own, the Outdoor Research Women's PL 150 Sensor Glove adds a touch of warmth to avoid uncomfortable numbing. This lightweight liner is soft, breathable, and stretchy whether you're layering a ski glove or not. Its smooth face slides into other gloves with ease, and Outdoor Research added silicone grippers at the palm and touchscreen compatibility at the index finger and thumb to add convenience outside of ski gloves.

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