Columbia Bugaglove Max Electric Camo


Fabric 88% Polyester / 12% Elastane
Lining 90% Polyester / 10% Elastane

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Bugaglove Max Electric Camo page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Outfitted in RealTree Max 4 camo and featuring a trifecta of progressive weather-fighting technologies, the Bugaglove Max Electric Camo will reign supreme over your hunting dominion.Omni-Heat electric technology delivers three different levels of heat on demand powered through a lightweight, durable Techlite battery compartment that sits at back of hand where it won't get in the way. Also, the Bugaglove Max Electric Camo forgoes waterproof bladders that simply lead to a soaked outerlayer, instead employing an innovative OutdryTM membrane that cancels water from the outside in. Interior heat and sweat easily diffuse, resulting in a lighter weight, drier, and much warmer wear. Thermal regulation is further enhanced with Omni-Heat insulation and thermal reflectivity, which work in conjunction to create a super-heating glove with low loft and great dexterity. A precision fit grip offers great articulation and fits naturally around your ski pole, while the premium cowhide palm patch provides further grip and abrasion resistance. A one-hand shock cord allows you to adjust your gauntlets on the fly without removing your gloves. FEATURES : Fabric: 88% polyester/12% elastane Lining: 90% polyester/10% elastane Omni-Heat electric, thermal reflective, and insulated Techlite battery compartment Outdry waterproof PU Grip Palm Long gauntlet One-hand shock cord hem adjustment Nose wipe Precision fit grip Imported

- Columbia

Columbia Bugaglove Max Electric Camo


The Columbia Bugaglove Max Electric Camo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 19, 2014 at Columbia.

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