Outdoor Research Splitter Glove

Outdoor Research Splitter Glove
Outdoor Research Splitter Glove
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Splitter Glove by Outdoor Research
Yup, you're one of those climbers who's definitely addicted to crack climbing. With the Outdoor Research Splitter Gloves, you'll never have to pass up a good splitter again. Wrap these durable, PU-reinforced gloves around the back of your hands and hop right into sinking that killer jam without out having to worry about properly taping up your mitts for the dark arts. Perfect for practicing perfect hands in the gym, the Splitters come on and off quickly and easily so you can get right back to sport climbing after a few crack-laps. Or not.

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