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Klim Inversion Glove Black Wind Stopper Matieral *free Shipping* on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Coloma, Michigan, US

Coloma, Michigan, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Brand:Klim Color:Blacks


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  • This is the most versatile glove a motorcycle rider can have in their gear bag.
  • The Inversion Glove from Klim can be worn in a wide range of conditions from mid to downright nasty.
  • Made with Gore Windstopper fabric, the Inversion Glove blocks 100% of the wind while protecting the rider's hands from the cold.
  • This glove has a non-invasive feel and gives the rider plenty of mobility to hold onto the grips.
  • Lightweight.
  • Anatomical design.
  • Seamless tip construction.
  • Stretchable neoprene cuffs.
  • Windstopper shell construction.
  • Coloma Motorsports is a multi-line franchised powersports dealership located in Southwestern Michigan.  We have been in business since 1985 and carry: Motorcycles, ATV’s, Side by Sides, Snowmobiles, Personal Watercraft, and Pontoon boats.
    Your satisfaction and feedback are very important to us.  Please leave us feedback after your transaction.  If you are unable to leave excellent feedback please contact us so that we can resolve the matter quickly and to your satisfaction. 
    Check out our Coloma Motor Sports home page to view our entire inventory of vintage motorcycle parts.
    You may reach us at:

    Phone:  269-468-8600 ask for Mark or Correy
    Fax:  269-468-0040

    Our business hours:
    Mon-Fri 9-6n Est, Saturday 9-4 Est,
    Sunday Closed 
     
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