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Hestra
Skare CZone Jr. Glove - Kids'

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $67.46 Original price: $89.95
25% off
Color:Orange

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Why We Like the Skare CZone Jr. Glove

Whether our little shredders are just learning the ropes on the bunny hill or are starting to progress all over the mountain we equip them with the Hestra Skare CZone Jr. Glove. These gloves pack a waterproof laminate and warm lofty insulation under a durable face fabric to keep little fingers warm and working properly.


Details

  • Warm waterproof gloves built for chilly days spent on hill
  • Durable face fabric handles daily wear and tear with ease
  • Czone laminate seals out moisture while wicking sweat
  • Goat Leather palm offers durability and dexterity
  • Cinch closure prevents snow from sneaking into sleeves
  • Item #HESZ1AA

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Material
[face fabric] Goat leather, HESTRA Proton polyamide (nylon), [lining] 100% polyester
Waterproofing
CZone
Insulation
Fiberfill
Style
glove
Closure
cinch
Palm Grip
goat leather
Activity
skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

February 12, 2024

Hestra skare gloves

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6

Not designed for cold days on the mountain. Probably better suited for spring skiing.

Paul K