Rab Silkwarm Glove


RRP: £13.00
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Lightweight liner glove

The Silkwarm Liner is made from 100% silk and is excellent as a liner glove. It can be used underneath another glove, acting as a base layer for cold conditions and high mountain trips. It gives that extra layer of thermal protection. As they are extremely lightweight they add no excess bulk or weight to a pack- making them essential for every trip! Incredibly soft and smooth next to the skin these gloves reduce friction between layers when worn with an outer glove. Designed with box finger construction and elasticated cuffs, they provide the perfect balance between dexterity, comfort and security.


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