Rab Primaloft Knit Glove

Rab Primaloft Knit Glove
Rab Primaloft Knit Glove
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Primaloft Knit Glove by Rab
The merino-wool blend of the Rab PrimaLoft Knit Gloves offers welcome relief from icy winter weather when you wear them beneath your shell gloves on the mountain or on their own when you're shoveling the driveway or racking up before an alpine climb. When you're done, you can snap a quick photo of the dramatic summit or clean driveway thanks to the touchscreen compatible thumb and fingers.

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SKU: RAB002F
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