Lightweight Guide Glove

From £21.00 RRP £35.00 40% OFF
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Description

The Extremities Lightweight Guide Glove is favoured by professionals and outdoor enthusiasts for all kinds of activities, from running to biking, or wandering the hills. Thin enough to use as an inner glove if you wanted.

Technical Breakdown

  • Stretchy, windproof and water resistant WINDSTOPPER® fabric
  • Neoprene cuff for wrist support
  • Durable Pittards® leather palms
  • Reinforced thumb crotch
  • Ultra light weight
  • The Full Description

    Roll these gloves up and put them in your pocket while you go running, or maybe you'd prefer to use them as a windproof shell while out on your bike or in the mountains. The excellent WINDSTOPPER® material will stop your hands from feeling the bite of the wind, and it's water resistant too - always handy in our British climate. Designed for outdoor pros, but just as popular with your average walker, you will appreciate the high quality design that we've come to expect from Extremities. The flexible leather palm and reinforced thumb crotch means these are surprisingly durable for their weight. We also like the adjustable neoprene cuffs which will help lock out any cold draughts.

    One of the best models available for high intensity outdoor sports thanks to the breathable, windproof fabric and lightweight design.

    Specifications

  • Gender: Unisex
  • Shell: 95% polyester, 5% leather
  • Palms: 100% leather
  • Fit: normal/small
  • Contains non textile parts of animal origin: Yes
  • Item# 5060122786355

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