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Lill Sport Coach Cross Country Ski Glove
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Lill Sport Coach Cross Country Ski Glove

C$74.00 Excl. tax
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COACH is an insulated training/touring glove lined with knitted acrylic, ideal for colder weather or slower pace. Read more.

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Product description

COACH is an insulated training/touring glove lined with knitted acrylic, ideal for colder weather or slower pace. The back of the hand is made from a windproof, 3-layer textile offering great breathability. The palm is made from thick Elk leather, providing additional warmth and a good grip even in wet conditions. The index finger and thumb are reinforced with Clarino® to increase durability while minimizing blisters and the streamlined cuff with Velcro closure is well suited for pole straps.

Features

  • Warm and robust glove with traditional cut
  • Nordic elk leather
  • Knitted insulation
  • Wind breaking
  • Terry thumb

Reviews

5/5
5 stars based on 1 reviews
1 review
Philippa W
Posted on 11 March 2023 at 01:16

These gloves rock! Super comfortable, well made, flexible so you can grip your pole nicely and they’ll keep you warm in colder weather too. They’re my go-to!

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5/5
5 stars based on 1 reviews
1 review
Philippa W
Posted on 11 March 2023 at 01:16

These gloves rock! Super comfortable, well made, flexible so you can grip your pole nicely and they’ll keep you warm in colder weather too. They’re my go-to!

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