Smartwool Training Glove

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Smartwool Training Glove comes in handy when its so cold outside that you're heightened pulse isn't enough to keep your paws warm.


Smartwool Training Glove FEATURES of the Smartwool Training Glove HyFi Terry Back knit construction Contoured seaming with reinforcement at thumb and index fingers for bulk free fit Silicone palm grippers SPECIFICATIONS of the Smartwool Training Glove Fabric: 45% Nylon, 39% Merino Wool, 16% Elastane

- Moosejaw

Cold weather and snowy conditions don't keep you cooped up instead of training or bike-commuting, especially when you wear SmartWool's Training Glove. The silicone palm and finger grips ensure you keep a good handle on your handlebars while the contoured seams provide a bulk-free fit.

- Mountain Gear

Just like your favorite pair of Powerstretch gloves, only better because they're made from merino wool, the SmartWool Training Gloves for men are ideal for cold weather training. The silicone palm grippers give you extra dexterity for tying the laces of your running shoes, holding ski poles or turning the steering wheel.

- Altrec Outlet

Smartwool Training Glove Ideal for cold weather training. The silicone palm grippers help you hold ski poles, tie your running shoe laces or even grip a steering wheel. Made in China of New Zealand Zque(TM) Merino wool. Materials45% Nylon, 39% Merino Wool, 16% Elastic

- River Sports Outfitters

Smartwool Training Glove


The Training Glove has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$21.97 - $40.00

The Smartwool Training Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 2, 2014 at

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