Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves

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On Sale. Outdoor Research Kids' Flurry Gloves FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Kids' Flurry Gloves Breathable Wicking Quick Drying Silicone Grip Pads on Palm and Finger Tips / MotionWrap Construction for Minimal Seaming Leather Grab Tab at Wrist Pull Loop Glove Clip

- Moosejaw

Bulky insulated gloves can drive kids crazy sometimes--so for those times when you're not worried about hands getting sopped with snow, send them out into the cold in the Outdoor Research Flurry Glove for Kids. Your little ones will appreciate the stretchy Alpin-wool shell and the smooth, wicking polyester interior. Thanks to the gloves' low bulk, MotionWrap construction that minimizes seams, and silicone grip pads on the fingers and palms, kids will enjoy tactile mobility that they can't get from the mattresses they usually have wrapped around their hands.

- Backcountry.com

Keep young ones' hands warm and insulated during a long day of cold-weather adventures with the Outdoor Research Kids' Flurry Gloves.. . . Constructed of Alpin-wool Plus fabric of polyester, wool, and nylon. Wool and nylon exterior pulls moisture away from the skin. Soft fleece interior provides the ultimate in cozy, warm comfort. Snug, stretchy fit and tapered wrists keep these gloves in place without making them uncomfortably bunchy. Breathable, moisture wicking, and quick drying. Silicone pads on palm and finger tips for grip. Pull loop. Leather grab tab at wrist. MotionWrap palm construction for minimal seams. Comfort range: 25/40degF (-4/4degC)

- EMS

Keep your young ones' hands warm and insulated on a long day of cold-weather adventures with Outdoor Research's Flurry Gloves. Constructed with warm Alpin-wool Plus fabric, the wool/nylon exterior and soft fleece interior keep hands toasty and cozy. A snug, stretchy fit and tapered wrists keep these mitts in place without being uncomfortably bunchy while navigating snowy playgrounds.

- Mountain Gear