Seirus Heatwave Glove Liner

Seirus Heatwave Glove Liner
Seirus Heatwave Glove Liner
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Heatwave Glove Liner by Seirus
The Seirus Heatwave Glove Liner returns 20% more warmth and amplifies the temperature of any ski glove an additional five degrees.

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SKU: SIR001P
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