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Sessions 4Star Gloves

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Type: Pipe Glove
Material: 100% Polyester
Insulation: none
Waterproofing: Yes
Removable Liner: No
Closure: Slip on
Goggle Wipe: No
Gauntlet: No
Recommended Use: Skiing, Daily Wear, Winter Wear, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Sessions 4Star Gloves

Cold weather means you need gloves. The Sessions 4Star Gloves are cool looking and will keep your fingers warm. They're made of 100% polyester to provide long lasting wear. The 4Star gloves will complete your cold weather setup. If you are boarding, skiing, building a snowman or just checking out the town at night, these gloves will be the ones you want to own. After all, most people don't want to think about cold fingers while they are outside enjoying the winter weather.

Key Features of the Sessions 4Star Gloves:
  • 100% Polyester
  • Made with SK SoftShell material


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Best cold weather glove
I'm a rancher in west Texas and very sensitive to temperatures below 50. I've bought several gloves and this glove has kept my hands the warmest, while still being able to move my fingers.
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It matches my sessions jacket!
SamN in MN on Feb 26, 2014
Does this glove keep you fingers warm? The description says keeps you warm, but the feature list says no insulation!
A shopper on Dec 4, 2013
Best Answer: The warmth of the Sessions 4Star Gloves depends on the climate you plan to wear them in. The 4Star gloves have a burshed mirco fiber lining that acts, along with the shell and waterproof membrane, as insulation.

They're a cross between a really warm winter glove and a light pipe glove.
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