Ibex Kilometer Glove II

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Keep your hands warm on your next winter adventure without sacrificing dexterity with the Ibex Kilometer Glove II. The glove's weather-resistant stretch nylon shell is backed by a layer of merino wool knit that offers a surprising amount of warmth for its weight. And since it's merino, the Kilometer II going to stay warm even when wet, and won't become unbearably stinky when you forget to take it out of your pack after a sweaty skate-ski workout.

- Backcountry.com

Ibex hasn't forgotten your extremities, and you shouldn't, either. With the Kilometer Glove II wool style, performance and beauty doesn't stop at your wrists and neck, after all. This season, Ibex added a host of new hats, scarves, gloves and mittens that deliver performance and looks, in equal measure to the Kilometer Glove II.

- Altrec Outlet

Free Shipping. Ibex Kilometer Glove II DECENT FEATURES of the Ibex Kilometer Glove II Cold to cool weather running and cycling glove Palm with tacky Ibex logos Reflective logo Ribbed cuff and terry nose wipe Reinforced patch between thumb and forefinger Hand wash Imported The SPECS Fabric: Exterior: 92% poly, 8% PU with DWR 350 g/m2 Lining: 18.5 Micron 100% Zque NZ Merino Zepher fabric 220 g/m2 Palm: Synthetic suede with tacky Ibex logos

- Moosejaw

The weather-resistant Ibex Kilometer gloves have a midweight merino wool liner for warmth on cool days. Nylon shell is lightweight and stretchy for a sleek fit; synthetic suede palm with tacky Ibex logos ensure durability and a nice grip. 18.5 micron merino wool liner is smooth against skin; ribbed cuffs retain heat. Soft fabric on the thumb gives you a gentle place to wipe your cold nose.

- REI

Ibex Kilometer Glove II

MSRP:
$60.00

The Ibex Kilometer Glove II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 24, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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