The North Face FlashDry Liner Glove

The North Face FlashDry Liner Glove
The North Face FlashDry Liner Glove
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FlashDry Liner Glove by The North Face
The North Face FlashDry Glove Liners have stretch fleece with FlashDry technology to wick moisture and dry fast for high-aerobic activities. A five-dimensional fit gives consistent sizing, and the Radiametric Articulation gives your fingers the natural movement they crave when you're on the trail. Wear these alone for cold-weather runs, and slip them under ski-shell gloves for extra warmth at the resort.

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SKU: TNF8628
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