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Polartec Wind Pro Stretch fleece gives the Outdoor Research Omni Gloves for Men the warmth and protection to perform alone or as a liner. The snug-fitting design and Pattern Grip palm provide enough dexterity and grip to manage any tricky task. A smooth exterior and an extended cuff give a functional, comfortable fit.
- Altrec Outlet
Pull on the Outdoor Research Omni Gloves whether you're raking the leaves or rummaging in the shed. These wind-resistant gloves serve as light work gloves or multi-use liners for layering when you're building a snowman . A pattern grip palm with glow-in-the-dark technology helps you find the gloves in a dark closet.
Snug fitting Polartec Wind Pro fleece make the Omni Gloves from Outdoor Research warm and protective with stretch performance that allows them to work well alone or as a liner. They also have glow-in-the-dark palms so you can see what you're reaching for when the light fades.
- Mountain Gear
The Outdoor Research Omni gloves boast wind-resistance and great stretch so you can use them alone or as liners inside shells for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and outdoor work. No fumble fingers here: 4-way stretch enhances dexterity while nonslip palm and finger surfaces ensure a firm hold. Slim profile provides a natural, snug fit, perfect for running on chilly mornings, swinging ski poles or cinching snowshoe straps. Polartec(R) Wind Pro(R) lightweight fleece offers higher wind resistance than traditional fleece without compromising breathability. Extended wrist cuffs help keep weather out and warmth in. Glow-in-the-dark technology on the palms makes them easy to locate inside a low-light tent. Average weight per pair: 2.4 oz., size large. Closeout.
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