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Hot Fingers Men's Rip-N-Go Glove

$29.99
Hot Fingers Men's Rip-N-Go Glove - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

When the snow is calling your name, head outdoors with the Hot Fingers® Men's Rip-N-Go Glove. You can keep your hands warm and protected all season long. These gloves offer rolled fingers, a cuff closure and a quick release strap. With these features these gloves will offer the type of functionality that you need. The insulation and fabric are top notch and will be sure to keep the elements at bay.
Features:

  • Waterproof, breathable construction
  • Alpine Dry™ technology
  • Moisture wicking technology
  • Ergonomic pre-curve fit
  • Flexible material for dexterity
  • Hook and loop tab
  • Rolled fingers
  • Quick release strap
  • Insulation: Hotloft with mirco-bemberg, Dri-Vent waterproof/breathable insert
  • Fabric: Hotloft™ core polyester polymer
  • Style: CX212DM
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Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 4371809

Customer Reviews:

Hot Fingers Men's Rip-N-Go Glove 3.6 5 102 102
Nice match for mittens Not quite as warm as the mittens (which are great for the snowblower) but still great. "Tested" them by over two days. Two 30 mile round trips with no heat in 15-20 degree weather. Warm fingers. February 26, 2015
my best winter gloves thus far The insulation & waterproof features makes these gloves a must have. I work outdoors a lot during the winter and I'm yet to feel any discomfort usinv these gloves February 23, 2015
cold snowboarding day! I just used these on a -20 wind chill day snowboarding gloves, stayed dry and warm I used a thin knit glove underneath. Great product, great price February 18, 2015
there soft, and comfortable, They need to keep you warmer in colder weather.when your snow blowing. February 18, 2015
Want warm hands in these sub-zero days? Hot Fingers Men's Rip-N-Go Gloves will keep your hands warm and protected from the very cold weather we are having this winter season. I have been out in -20 degrees and my hands stayed warm. It has been a long time looking for gloves like these. February 17, 2015
very hot fingers I bought these gloves to use while snowboarding. They are great to keep out water and your hands dry for a whole day (9 hours). If you are going to buy them make sure that it will be a cold day when you use them, because the name does not lie. After a little while my hands started to sweat, and that was at about 30░ f. Overall a very good product. February 17, 2015
Best Gloves EVER I had a pair of these for 4 years and when I moved I lost them, I went out and bought another pair. Warm and keep you dry, as long as your not sticking your hand into water. These gloves are built very well and don't fall apart. I've had to duct tape other gloves from tow ropes chewing them up... Highly recommend for the people just shoveling driveways and walks AND the hard core winter outdoors enthusiest! February 11, 2015
good gloves These gloves keept my hands warm at times the fingers were cold but they met expectations February 10, 2015
Not warm at all This pair of gloves are not warm at all, even on normal winder days. Needless to say when you are skiing as I tried. Also, they are not breathable at all. After I sweat, it kept wet for couple hours. Does not worth. February 9, 2015
Not so hot These gloves didn't keep my fingers any warmer than my old gloves which are more than 10 years old. Hoped that new technology or just being new would help but my fingers were still painfully cold the whole time on the slopes. February 3, 2015
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