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Seirus Men's Soundtouch Heatwave Accel Gloves - Dick's Sporting Goods

Seirus Men's Soundtouch Heatwave Accel Gloves

Item Number: 20959626
Price: $39.99
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Lofty insulation and Heatwave™ technology combine to create the weatherproof Soundtouch Heatwave Accel Gloves. With a waterproof, breathable shell, these gloves protect your hands and wrists from all things cold and wet. The one-handed wrist and cuff cinch seals out snow and drafts, while 313g of Thermolite insulation keeps you toasty warm. The Seirus® Men's Soundtouch Heatwave Accel Gloves are an essential this season.

FEATURES:

  • DryHand waterproof/breathable insert
  • Heatwave lining
  • Rolled finger caps
  • One-ahnded wrist and cuff cinch
  • Fabric: Ripstop shell, LeatherTex Palm
  • Insulation: 313g Thermolite
  • Style: 1162
  • Seirus


Country Of Origin: Imported

Customer Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Expensive gloves Nowhere near as warm as I would like them to have been January 14, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Poor fitting gloves I had bought these gloves as all around, play in the snow gloves which they are ok for but the fit makes it difficult to grab a ski pole or hold onto the sled. It feels like my hand's swimming inside but I'm not sure I could have gone down a size. I normally fit a large in most brands so I don't think it's a size thing. Also the lining feels odd, not sure if it's ink or what but if you break a sweat then the lining starts getting sticky. Probably fine for driving or using the snow blower, just not active sports where you need your hands to work right. December 2, 2013
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