SportHill InFuzion Glove

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The gloves look and feel nice. They are light, and…

Rating: rated 3 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $20

The gloves look and feel nice. They are light, and the grippy stuff on the palm is good if you want these to second as driving gloves. They are not heavy or bulky.

They are nice and warm if it is bone dry outside. If it is raining at all they are relatively useless. I have even done a triple scotchguard treatment on them, but to no avail.

These gloves are fine for chilly runs, but hang em up if it is raining.

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . The printed gripper palm of SportHill's Infuzion gloves helps you hold on tight to ski poles and trekking poles alike! A great winter liner glove or fall running glove Fabric: 90% polyester, 10% spandex Care: Machine wash, hang dry Made in China Available Colors: LEGION BLUE, PC GREEN, BLUE ICE/VISTA BLUE, SHARK, BLACKBERRY/BLACKBERRY FREEZE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The SportHill InFuzion Glove with Swift technology and printed palms make this glove ideal for winter cycling, running, and skiing. Swift Technology offers the essential balance of insulation, breathability, moisture wicking and wind block for high octane winter sports. This no-bulk fabric works exceptionally well as a base layer for extreme winter weather or activities. Swift is also a great single layer mid-weight fabric for chilly, less-extreme days and activities. Gripper palm for steady grip on any of your gear.Reflective logo for added visibility in low light conditions. Swift fabric: 90% polyester/ 10% spandex

- Campmor

You dont need big bulky insulated gloves when youre running, cross country skiing or snowshoeing; you need the lightweight, breathable InFuzion Glove from SportHill.


SportHill InFuzion Glove


The SportHill InFuzion Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 12, 2011 at Sierra Trading Post.

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