DeFeet Dura Gloves

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As simple as wool socks are for keeping your feet warm, the DeFeet Wool DuraGloves are an economical, foolproof way to keep your hands warm on winter rides. These thin, stretchy gloves have silicone grippers on the palms and fingers, and theyAAAAAA 1/2re 80% wool so theyAAAAAA 1/2ll stay warm even if you get them wet.

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