Outdoor Research Revolution Sensor Glove - Men's

Outdoor Research Revolution Sensor Glove - Men's
Outdoor Research Revolution Sensor Glove - Men's
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Revolution Sensor Glove - Men's by Outdoor Research
The Outdoor Research Men's Revolution Glove offers premium protection from winter weather at a price that costs less than the average lift ticket. Ventia waterproofing keeps snow and slush at bay, and the supple, yet durable goat leather palm helps you keep a grip on your poles and resists damage from sharp edges. The VerticalX insulation is mapped to provide more warmth where you need it most and less where you don't. A ladder-lock wrist cinch and SuperCinch gaunlet closure team up to seal out frigid gusts and rogue snow.

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