Seirus Wizard Hyperlite All Weather Gloves

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Seirus's Men's Wizard Hyperlite All Weather Gloves page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Versatile, lightweight and form fitting, the Seirus Wizard Hyperlight All Weather Gloves are suitable for almost any outdoor activity that requires dexterity.

- EMS refers to the men's version

The Seirus Women's Wizard Hyperlite All Weather Soundtouch Gloves are lightweight gloves that can be worn as a liner in cold weather or as a stand-alone glove on cool days. The 4-way stretch fabric provides a great fit and allows freedom of movement, while the Weather Shield membrane keeps warmth in and moisture and wind out. These form-fitting gloves feature Soundtouch Technology: Seirus's exclusive magic finger tips activate any touchscreen, allowing you to work your electronic gadgets in cold weather, without taking off your gloves.Constructed of super thin Weather Shield Tri-laminate 4-way stretch fabric.Windproof, water resistant, breathable membrane keeps warmth in and moisture and wind out.Soundtouch Technology: Dial, text, play. Seirus's exclusive magic finger tips activate any touchscreen.Fleece inner lining wicks moisture away and traps warmth inside.Quartz palm patch.Lycra spandex cuff.Import.

- Campmor refers to the men's version

Seirus Wizard Hyperlite All Weather Gloves

previously retailed for:
$24.98 - $29.99

The Seirus Wizard Hyperlite All Weather Gloves is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 26, 2012 at EMS.

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