Elegant Mens fashion mizuno warmalite gloves - aw16

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Elegant Mens fashion mizuno warmalite gloves - aw16


Product Description

Mizuno Warmalite Gloves


These Mizuno Warmalite Gloves feature Mizuno's Warmalite Thermosuede Fabric that keeps the body warm.


Featuring Mizuno Warmalite technology these gloves recycle body heat, creating an insulating warm layer between the hands and the garment. Also containing windproof fabric, these gloves maintain body temperature and prevent wind entry ensuring your fingers and hands stay warm and comfortable. Reflective graphics and logo enhance visibility in low-light conditions ensuring safety.

FeaturesMizuno Warmalite Technology - Recycles body heat, creating an insulating warm layer.
Windproof Fabric - Maintains body temperature and prevents wind entry.
Reflective Graphics And Logo - Enhance visibility in low light conditions.
Material Composition - 84% Polyester, 16% Polyurethane

About Mizuno

Mizuno was founded in 1906 as Mizuno Brothers Ltd by Rihachi Mizuno and his younger brother Rizo, in Osaka. The shop sold western sundries, including baseballs, and then in 1907 began to sell order-made athletic wear. In 1910 the shop moved to Umeda Shinmichi and its name was changed to Mizuno Shop. In 1913 the firm began to manufacture baseballs and gloves. In 1933 Mizuno presented Star Line, the first Japanese made golf clubs. By 1935 its golf club showroom was the world's largest.

In 1941 the company name was changed to Mizuno Co., Ltd, and has remained the same since. The first American factory was established in Los Angeles, under the denomination American Mizuno in 1961.

Today, Mizuno is a global corporation which makes a wide variety of sports equipment and sportswear, for golf, tennis, baseball, volleyball, football, running, rugby, skiing, cycling, judo, table tennis, badminton, boxing and athletics.

Manufacturer product code - MIZJ2GY650009
  • Model: Mens fashion 3574
  • 489 Units in Stock


This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 26 July, 2017.