Winter Outdoor Activities Can't Be Enjoyed Without a Pair of Warm Waterproof Gloves！
iBoyce Outdoor waterproof gloves are designed for outdoor people, especially during winter. The skin is made of waterproof material, resistant against rain and snow. The inner fleece can keep your hands warm, and the five-finger touch screen material allows you to use your mobile phone anytime.It can also be used while cycling.
Windproof and waterproof:：The fabric has a high density and enhanced windproof and waterproof properties. An SBR waterproof coating is added in the middle to further isolate the water source. There is also a water-repellent zipper, which has a different texture and weight.
Five-finger touch screen design：Only high-quality non-slip touch screen skin is used, with more sensitive touch screen technology, direct contact with touch screen equipment, flexible operation.
Anti-slip fingertips and half palms: equipped with non-slip PU leather, which makes the grip stronger, the grip more agile, wear-resistant and durable.
Ergonomic finger bending technology：The fingers are naturally bent, which meets the characteristics of the fingers when bent, making them more comfortable to wear.
Keep Your Hands Warm and Enjoy Outdoor Sports
Cold resistance：Inner body with velvet, integrated heat storage, elastic strap buckle for more flexible warm.
If you don't have a positive experience for any reason, we will do whatever it takes to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase.
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** Due to high demand and custom manufacturing, and dependent on geographical location average shipping time is within 2 - 4 weeks. Sometimes less than 2 weeks depending on the location**
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