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Mountain Hardwear Women's Power Stretch Glove

$31.95

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Mountain Hardwear Women's Power Stretch Glove

Ideal for a cold morning run, a day of skate skiing or as a liner glove under a shell or mitt, the Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Glove for Women is insulating and breathable. Designed especially to fit a women's hand, the Power Stretch Glove is super stretchy and snugfitting to not get in the way of your activities, but provide the warmth and moisture management you require.

  • Polartec® PowerStretch® (88% polyester, 12% elastane)
  • Articulated cut
  • Seamless finger tips
  • Warm and versatile liner glove
  • Stretch fleece cuff
  • Designed to fit women's smaller hand proportions
  • Wear alone or use as a spare liner with system gloves or mitts
  • Polartec® PowerStretch® fleece is durable, close-fitting and warm
  • Flat lock construction for seamless fit

Buy the Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Glove for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.



5 Star Rating

Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Women's Power Stretch Glove

5 Stars krisminn - 2012-01-17

my every day gloves
I bought these for running in the cold, and I've been wearing them for everything. They're plenty warm for around town, games, running, and small enough to stash in my pockets. Sale price makes them a super purchase!



5 Stars CLR635 - 2011-05-12

Slim fit, warm for mild winter weather
These gloves fit true to size. I have long fingers and have a hard time finding gloves with fingers long enough. These fit great! Very slim fitting, but with stretch. Great on their own for mild winter weather or, for colder days, as a liner under another glove. They also wash well.



5 Stars PrescottHikier - 2011-02-06

Great cool weather gloves!
I love these gloves for hiking and driving. They're super-comfortable and you can do a lot without taking them off. If temperatures are much below freezing, you need something warmer.



 
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