Columbia Mount Snow Glove - Women's
100% Polyester, 94% Nylon / 6% Elastane
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The Columbia Mount Snow gloves keep hands warm when the wind picks up. Windproof fleece features an Omni-Heat(R) thermal reflective lining to boost heat retention. Omni-Shield(R) advanced repellency fends off light rain and snow; it also resists stains. Durable polyurethane palms provide excellent grip. Abrasion-resistant overlays on knuckles stand up to aggressive wear. Elastic wrists on the Columbia Mount Snow gloves keep the cold out. Closeout.
This hyper-adaptable windproof fleece gloves takes you from scraping the first frost off your windshield to sunburns and slush skiing during spring's last stand. Omni-Heat(R) thermal reflectivity captures and retains your body heat for superior warmth without adding bulk, an an Omni-Sheild(R) water-repellent barrier wards off the wet. The PU palm is super grippy and durable to boot, and an abrasion overlay on the knuckles stands up to all sorts of abuse.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
The Columbia Women's Mount Snow II Gloves are windproof and warm fleece gloves for multi-sport use.
With the Columbia Sportswear Womens Mount Snow Glove Omni-Heat thermal reflectivity captures and retains your body heat for superior warmth without adding bulk, an an Omni-Sheild water-repellent barrier wards off the wet. The PU palm is super grippy and durable to boot, and an abrasion overlay on the knuckles stands up to all sorts of abuse.
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