SealSkinz Chillblocker Glove

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Polar Fleece-lined with gripper dots and waterproof for cold & wet conditions. Available in Black.

- Vargo Outdoors

Wrist-high waterproof glove is insulated with a liner made of expedition-weight double velour Polartec(R) Power Stretch(TM) fleece (7.3 oz. per square yard). The outside layer is knit of nylon/lycra(R) spandex offering a durable, flexible, stretch covering. The palms are covered with a gripping pattern of unique abrasion resistant dots. In between the two fabric layers is our waterproof MVT membrane. These three layers are securely bonded together throughout. This combination of materials provides a very soft, comfy, warm, stretch-to-fit glove suitable for a whole host of cold, wet, nasty outdoor conditions. Whether you are hunting, ice fishing, skiing, boating, and military service- try our New SealSkinz(R) ChillBlocker(TM) Gloves. POLARTEC (R) is a registered trademark of Malden Mills, Ind. Inc., Lawrence, Massachusetts, Lycra (R) is a registered trademark of the Du Pont Company. With full dexterity and gripper dots for added gripping power. These Gloves are made to be slightly larger than our regular SealSkinz(R) Glove for extreme cold conditions. If you prefer a snug fit, then order one glove size smaller than usual in ChillBlocker(TM) Gloves. SealSkinz(R) have a patented fabric structure of three highly engineered layers including a membrane capable of allowing perspiration to escape while not allowing water to penetrate. Each glove is high-pressure tested to make sure there are no leaks. Care: Hand-wash and drip-dry for the greatest longevity. Do not twist or wring. Or machine wash on low temperature and tumble-dry on low. When machine drying, reverse gloves halfway through the drying process.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

SealSkinz Chillblocker Glove

previously retailed for:
$43.42 - $55.95

The SealSkinz Chillblocker Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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