Columbia Hit The Trail Glove

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Specs

Fabric 91% Polyester / 9% Elastane

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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A sunny day on the skate track calls for the Columbia Women's Hit The Trail Glove. Stretchy and warm, these gloves offer light protection during your high-output activities.

- Backcountry.com

Hands need baselayers, too. The lightweight, water-repellent Hit The Trail excels as a heat-packing liner layer or nimble running glove. It’s made from a light and soft Omni-Shield fabric that sheds water and stretches for supreme comfort and dexterity. Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology traps and circulates your body heat to keep you an average of 20-percent warmer than a similar glove without it. Flat-lock seaming slides smoothly against the skin for chafe-free performance. FEATURES: Fabric: 91% polyester/9% elastane, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Omni-Shield advanced repellency, Flat lock construction, Imported,

- Columbia

Whether worn as liner gloves or as stand-alone gloves on a run, the Columbia Hit the Trail gloves are the perfect choice. Polyester/elastane blend fabric sheds water and stretches for comfort and dexterity. Omni-Heat(R) thermal reflectivity lining traps and circulates heat to keep hands warm. Flatlock seams offer flexibility and comfort. Closeout.

- REI

The Columbia Sportswear Womens Hit The Trail Glove is made from a light and soft Omni-Shield fabric that sheds water and stretches for supreme comfort and dexterity. Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology traps and circulates your body heat to keep you an average of 20-percent warmer than a similar glove without it. Flat-lock seaming slides smoothly against the skin for chafe-free performance.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia Women's Hit The Trail Glove

MSRP:
$30.00

The Columbia Women's Hit The Trail Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 16, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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