Wool/Nylon Liners (10 Pair)

   
08-6679000000
Wool/Nylon Liners (10 Pair)
Our Price $10.95

Availability: Out of stock


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Wool/Nylon Liners (10 Pair)

Ideal for cold weather hunting and shooting, our glove Liners are made of soft, tightly woven 75% wool and 25% nylon for maximum warmth and comfort. The thumb and trigger finger give you protection from the cold while still allowing you dexterity for an easy trigger pull. With a package of ten pairs at an unbelievably affordable price, you can stock up and keep plenty of spares on hand and warming to keep your hands toasty and dry all day. Our olive drab colored glove liners are available in new and unissued condition in size L.

Specifications

Additional Information

SKU 08-6679000000
Color No
Weight 2.3000
Features

 

Features:
-75% Wool, 25% Nylon
-Thumb and trigger fingers

Color: OD
Size: L
Packaging: Sold in package of 10 pairs
Total Weight: 2.30 lbs.

Reviews

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

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Review by Major Surplus Customer Service / (Posted on 11/14/2016)
Wrong Description
They know that is NOT 100 %?Wool but they still have not changed the Description. I have found this on a lot of there items & told them about it, they don't seem to care
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Review by Mike / (Posted on 11/13/2016)
Not as advertised/pictured
The description says 100% but printed right on the mitt is 75% wool 25% nylon
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Review by irishmp / (Posted on 4/6/2016)

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