Sugoi Firewall GT Glove

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sugoi's Firewall GT Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Sugoi's Firewall GT Winter Cycling Glove provides powerful windproof protection with great mobility and ergonomic fit. S3+ Protection +: Sugoi's ultimate solutions for output in true winter conditions. Combining high thermal ratings with windproof and waterproof barriers to protect against wind, high velocity chill, sleet, cnow and rain, S3+ garments provide tenacious single layer protection. S3+ garments retain high levels of mobility, moisture transfer and convertible ventilation to maintain optimal next to skin comfort throughout cold weather exertions. Pre-Curved for ergonomic fit and comfort gripSuper grip palm graphicWind resistant and high absorbing synthetic nose wipeSlip-on wrist cuff with pull tab fits perfectly without inhibiting movement3M Scotchilte reflective accents for added visibilityWarm Wick: Wicks perspiration from skin to outer surface, Spreads moisture from fiber to fiber with capillary action, Dries quickly through evaporation, Creates a cool, dry comfort for high exertion activitiesBreathable: Reduces overheating by allowing perspiration to escape, Dries quickly, Durable and lightweightWater Resistant:Water and wind resistant,Reduces overheating by allowing perspiration to escape, Extremely light and compactWind Resistant:Stops wind penetrating the garment, Keeps you warm, Breathable, allowing perspiration to escape

- Campmor

Sugoi Firewall GT Glove

MSRP:
$50.00

The Sugoi Firewall GT Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 26, 2012 at Campmor.

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