Columbia Thermarator Glove

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Thermarator Glove from Columbia is a warm and compact glove that is sure to heat things up during any winter situation. These gloves match a cozy Dotswarm fleece with Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology to enclose heat and keep your hands nice and warm. Perfect for hitting the mountains, but equally perfect for a stylish warm up, thanks to the bold, fleece colors that create the Thermarator Gloves. PRODUCT FEATURES: Shell: 100% polyester Dotswarm MTR Fleece Omni-Heat thermal reflective Abrasion resistant palm patch Security clip Conductive finger tip for use of touch screen technology Elastic at wrist 3 point pre-curve Old Style #: SM9108

- Appalachian Outdoors

Outfitted with progressive heat-retention technology, Thermarator fleece gloves pack tons of warmth into a sleek, soft package.


For easy-going, cozy warmth as you go about your business on a chilly winter's day, pull on the Columbia Men's Thermarator Glove. The breathable fleece and grippy palm make this an ideal choice for shoveling, cross-country skiing, or around-town wear.


A performance fleece glove outfitted with our patented thermal-reflective warmth and a conductive finger tip for use with your touch-screen device--the men's Thermarator glove packs warmth and dexterity in a sleek, soft package. Construction : 3-Point precurveTM Conductive finger tip for use of touch screen technology Elastic at wrist Abrasion Resistant Palm Omni-HeatTM thermal reflective Security clip Imported Fabric : 100% polyester Omni-Heat Thermarator Fleece, 250g

- Columbia

Columbia Thermarator Glove

previously retailed for:
$14.95 - $30.00

The Columbia Thermarator Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 9, 2017 at SunnySports.

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