Columbia Storm Trooper Leather Glove - Men's

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CLOSEOUTS . Columbia Sportswear's Storm Trooper gloves are ready to do battle with fierce winter weather and maybe even take on a few Sith lords -- just don?t forget to bring your lightsaber. Available Colors: BLACK, NATURAL, COCOA. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Max out your season pass with help from the Columbia Men's Storm Trooper Leather Gloves. These workmanlike gloves are built to handle the rigors of ski patrolthings like dragging storm fencing around the hill and roping off dangerous runs during heavy storms. Cut from goat leather and treated with Columbia's Omni-Tech waterproofing, these durable gloves come lined with a wicking fleece to prevent sweaty, cold palms. One-hundred grams of synthetic insulation keep your fingers warm during gusty chairlift rides, and an abrasion-resistant overlay means your ski poles' straps won't wear the gloves out before their time.


You may not be a rebel-battling soldier clad in white plastic, but you still work hard - and your gloves should, too. The Columbia Titanium Storm Trooper Gloves are made of 100% goat leather for a smooth feel and incredible durability; 100g insulation adds punch to the package, making these gloves as warm and toasty as they are rough and tough. Cinch down the hook and loop closure to lock the weather out and then head for the hills. The abrasion overlay protects the top of your hand as you do battle with the elements.

- Altrec Outdoors

Columbia Men's Storm Trooper Leather Glove


The Men's Storm Trooper Leather Glove has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$33.95 - $84.95

The Columbia Men's Storm Trooper Leather Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 28, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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