Seirus Heat Touch Hellfire Mitten

Seirus Heat Touch Hellfire Mitten
Seirus Heat Touch Hellfire Mitten
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Heat Touch Hellfire Mitten by Seirus
The Seirus Heat Touch Hellfire Mitten is the heated mitten you need for incredibly cold conditions that don't let up. It features a leather exterior, a water-and windproof DryHand insert that doesn't trap in vapor, and a ToughTek palm that gives you plenty of traction. The Hellfire has plenty of insulation to trap in the heat your hand naturally produces, but for days when your body can't keep up with the cold, flip on the New 3000 Ultra Battery and the Flexible Fusion heat panels will surround you in warmth with the simple touch of a button. A light changes color from green, yellow, or red to indicate how much battery power is left so you won't be surprised by cold hands.

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SKU: SIR003M
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