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Seirus All Weather Glove

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These versatile Seirus All Weather gloves provide non-bulky warmth-perfect for any cold-weather sport or activity. A breathable, 4-way stretch All Weather tri-laminate is sandwiched between the outer shell and fleece lining for warmth; seams are not sealed. Outer nylon layer is tough yet flexible to allow complete dexterity; fleece inner face is soft and warm against your skin. Durable abrasion resistant palm gives you excellent grip. Knit cuffs help keep heat in and cold out.

- REI

Slip on the sleek Seirus Women's All Weather Glove when you want to keep your hands warm and dry in cold weather, but you don't want to wear a bulky glove. Gloves don't get much more lightweight than this, and somehow the All Weather still doesn't skimp on protection. An elasticized knit cuff covers up your wrists, a fleece lining keeps you hands insulated from the chill, and a UltraGrip palm helps you grip your poles and equipment. Even if that fluffy snow turns a little wet, the All Weather's breathable laminate exterior works to repel wetness so your hands stay nice and dry.

- Backcountry.com

The Seirus All Weather Gloves provide non-bulky warmth, perfect for any cold-weather sport or activity.Breathable, 4-way stretch All Weather tri-laminate is sandwiched between the outer shell and fleece lining for warmth.Windproof and water repellent.Outer nylon layer is tough yet flexible to allow complete dexterity.Fleece inner face is soft and warm against your skin.Durable, abrasion-resistant palm gives you excellent grip.Knit cuffs help keep heat in and cold out.

- Campmor