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    Power Stretch Pro Gloves

    Brand: RAB
    C$ 44.95 Excl. tax In stock: 1-7 days
    The Power Stretch Pro Glove is a light-weight glove with Polartec® stretch fabric, for all round use in variable conditions and as a liner glove.... Show more
    3 variations "Color: Black","Size: S"

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    The Power Stretch Pro Glove is a light-weight and quick drying glove made using Polartec® Power Stretch® Pro™ fabric. Designed for all round use, the Power Stretch Pro Glove is an ideal stand-alone glove for mountain and hill-walking in moderate conditions, or to be used as a liner glove in harsher alpine environments. A low bulk cuff with Lycra® edging means that when used as a liner, the Power Stretch Pro Glove will not move around and will keep warmth in.

    Polartec® Power Stretch® Pro™ Fabric

    Polartec® Power Stretch® Pro™ is a strong and abrasion resistant, four-way stretch fabric that contours with the body and retains warmth without restricting movement. The outer surface has a low-friction finish and the next-to-skin layer stays dry, breathable, and comfortable by continuously transferring moisture vapour for rapid evaporation.

    • Weight:43g / 1.5oz
    • Outer Fabric:Fabric Outer - Polartec® Power Stretch® Pro:,241g/m²,53% polyester, 38% nylon, 9% elastane

    Features

    • Low bulk cuff construction with lycra edging
    • Stands alone or layers under outer gloves
    • Polartec® Power Stretch® Pro

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    Power Stretch Pro Gloves
    C$ 44.95
    Excl. tax
    Power Stretch Pro Gloves
    "Color: Black","Size: S"
    In stock: 1-7 days
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