Outdoor Research Point N Chute Sensor Glove - Men's

Outdoor Research Point N Chute Sensor Glove - Men's
Outdoor Research Point N Chute Sensor Glove - Men's
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Point N Chute Sensor Glove - Men's by Outdoor Research
If you like to hunt for powder or ski in colder conditions and you haven't tried a full leather glove, then it might be time to listen to your buddies who swear by them. Between the rugged feel, top tier waterproofing, and increased dexterity, you really can't go wrong with a goat leather glove. Outdoor Research packs the Point N Chute Sensor Glove with performance features to ensure your fingers stay comfortably warm whether you prefer to ski in or out of bounds. The goat leather construction is paired with a Gore-Tex laminate to offer ultimate water repellent characteristics while remaining breathable when you're working hard. Enduraloft insulation keeps your digits nice and toasty on especially cold chairlift ride or early morning approaches on the skintrack.

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