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Boy's Gordini Gore-Tex II Glove bring GORE-TEX performance to a youth glove. Mini-ripstop material makes these gloves durable enough to ski or snowboard all day and snowball fight into the evening. Three layer thermal ply fabric insures waterproof performance. Stick-grip palms, fingers and thumbs give sure grip. Megaloft insulation keeps their digits warm and cozy. Gauntlet cinch closure keeps these gloves on and secure. A soft nose wipe is easy on the face. Keep your young powder hound's hands protected with these kids GORE TEX winter gloves from Gordini. Material: GORE TEX. Insulation: Megaloft. Gauntlet cinch closure. Nose wipe. Wrap cap finger tips. Available Color(s): Black, Deep Sea/Clay Grey, Clay Grey

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Gordini Gore-Tex(R) mitts are perfect for the young winter enthusiast.


The Gordini Boy's Gore Tex ll Glove will keep him in warm, waterproof comfort whether he's skiing with you or he's gone off to explore the mountain. Featuring Gore-Tex Guaranteed to Keep You Dry technology, these waterproof and breathable mitts will prevent water from getting in while allowing perspiration to easily get out, keeping him dry and comfortable no matter how many turns he takes. The Megaloft insulation provides warmth without limiting his manual dexterity while the digital-grip palm makes it easy to adjust gear and grip poles on the descent. Keep him in all day comfort so he'll have an epic day on the mountain with the Gordini Gore Tex ll Gloves for boys.

- Altrec Outlet

Gordini Boys' Gore-Tex II Glove


The Boys' Gore-Tex II Glove has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$23.73 - $34.95

The Gordini Boys' Gore-Tex II Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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