Vissla 7 Seas 5mm Claw Glove

Vissla 7 Seas 5mm Claw Glove
Vissla 7 Seas 5mm Claw Glove
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7 Seas 5mm Claw Glove by Vissla
Cold conditions can't keep you off the water, but once you have your wetsuit on you still need protection for your hands. The Vissla Seen Seas 5mm Claw is the insulation your hands need against the cold. These gloves feature 5mm neoprene constructed from Eco Carbon Black (from recycled tires) and a hollow fiber lining that promotes thermal regulation. The claw design allows you to move your index finger and thumb independently while the silicon grips give you traction on your board.

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SKU: VSL006D
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