ActiveIce Chroma Full Sun Gloves Unisex

ActiveIce Chroma Full Sun Gloves Unisex

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Thin, highly ventilated, and full-coverage, these superlight liner gloves are perfect for baking days in August on the Muir snowfield, trekking through the Khumbu Valley, or spring training hikes in the lowlands. 
  • ActiveIce™ self-cooling technology uses xylitol crystals to help cool you down as you sweat
  • UPF 50+ fabric shields you from harmful UV rays; fabric wicks moisture and dries fast for all-day comfort
  • Perforated synthetic suede palms provide breathability
  • Updated design features touch-screen compatibility so you can stay connected
  • Reflective logos provide visibility in low light
  • Tapered wrists

Sizing can be found HERE

 0.95oz / 27g



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