Men's Thermalectric Waterproof Gloves

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Description

From WindRiver, these Thermalectric gloves are equipped to withstand the most challenging weather conditions while remaining comfortable to wear. The heated gloves have three temperature settings, from low to high, offering heat on demand at the touch of a button. The rechargeable power bank uses an AC wall charger or other power source via the dual USB cable provided with the unit. The power pack slips into a zippered pocket on the glove. These gloves also feature our HYPER-DRI® HD3 100% waterproof protection and T-MAX® INSULATION which offers maximum warmth and superior comfort.

Style: 6CTCWRFB9-TEGLV

Features

  • SHELL: 100% NYLON

  • LINING/INSULATION: 100% POLYESTER

  • PALM: 100% POLYURETHANE

  • HYPER-DRI® HD3


    100% Waterproof/breathable - Our best water protection
  • T-MAX® INSULATION


    Maximum warmth & superior comfort
  • THERMALECTRIC POWER BANK HEATED SYSTEM


    Provides 3 temperature settings: Low, medium and high for protection in mild to extreme conditions. Charging the power bank is easy using the AC wall charger or other power source via the dual USB cable provided. 4 LED lights indicate charge level
  • WARMING THE GLOVES


    Power pack attaches to the USB cable in the glove pocket and to the USB outport of power bank. These are placed inside the pocket and zipped closed. Heat is activated with an LED button. Please refer to detailed instructions included with these gloves
  • CARE INSTRUCTIONS


    Wipe clean with a soft cloth. Do not store gloves while wet. Remove power bank before cleaning gloves
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