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Simms Guide Windbloc Flex Glove
    Simms Guide Windbloc Flex Glove
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      Simms Guide Windbloc Flex Glove

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    • $64.95

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    SIMMS GUIDE WINDBLOC FLEX GLOVE

    Our hands are our most valuable tool and we've all been limited by cold fingers at one time or another. We designed our Guide Windbloc® Flex Glove to fit and feel as natural as possible, so you can keep your fingers covered and warm as much as possible. From windproof four-way stretch fabric to a pre-curved shape, this glove offers real-life dexterity for grabbing zippers and handling gear. Heat-pack pockets in the wrist help keep hands warmer longer without interfering with grip or dexterity.



    FEATURES
    • 100% windproof with 4-way stretch
    • Anti-pill
    • Heat-pack pocket sits on the wrist for optimal warmth
    • Pre-curved fit for increased dexterity
    • Zoned insulation for warmth
    • Suede overlays in key grip areas for extra durability
    • FABRIC TECH: Polartec® Windbloc®
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    Great gloves.
    5
    Igor (Delaware) | October 12th, 2019
    Great gloves. Well made, warm and comfortable. I recommend.
    Verified Buyer
    you want Good gloves - but could be improved
    5
    Michael E Ray (North Carolina) | October 2nd, 2019
    I bought these for an Alaskan fishing trip late in the season. The gloves fit well and are very warm. The one flaw is that when you want to expose several fingertips to tie on flies etc, you have to snap the top half of the finger back. The snaps are sometimes a little tricky to engage and may come loose. A better method would be to use velcro to hokd back the finger tips.