Oakley Sadplant Gloves
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Oakley Sadplant Gloves

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Type: Pipe Glove
Material: Clarino palm with no-slip grip print
Insulation: Minimal
Waterproofing: Water repellent
Removable Liner: No, Comfort of brushed Bemberg liner
Closure: Hook and loop wrist closure
Goggle Wipe: No
Gauntlet: No
Recommended Use: Casual, Skiing, Daily Wear, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Oakley Sadplant Gloves

Oakley Sadplant Gloves come with Clarino palm with no-slip grip print on the palms. They come with removable comfort of brushed Bemberg liner. The gloves have hook and loop closure and highly water repellent. The gloves come in very different color designs with different designs on the outside than inside. Oakley Sadplant Gloves come for men and women and extremely light weighted with good grip and handles harsh conditions greatly.

Key Features of the Oakley Sadplant Gloves:
  • Clarino palm with no-slip grip print
  • Comfort of brushed Bemberg liner
  • Ribbed spandex chassis
  • Hook and loop wrist closure


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I have heard good things about oakleye and wanted to test them out
Tyler L on Dec 23, 2013
My other son wanted it.
Rebecca M on Dec 19, 2013
do these gloves keep your hands warm and dry all day?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2013
Best Answer: The Oakley Sadplant Gloves are a light weight that will keep your hands warm is early season and spring conditions. They do offer a bit of waterproofing, but if you're looking for a glove that can handle harsh cold conditions check out all of the insulated gloves we have in stock HERE: http://www.the-house.com/smit-insulated-gloves.html
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