Hi @techincommon, thanks for your post.
I checked the site pages and there is not that many links on the published pages, so it most likely Google is duplicating the links in the index.
Webflow is not adding any links to the page automatically, those have to be set in the designer UI by the designer. I do see a lot of links to the home page from other pages on the site, each it looks like you are using symbols on each collection detail page and the symbol for the nav has two links per collection item pointed at the home page, i.e. check out the Events page, so there is at least over 900 + links from collections, but I would have to look at each page to count those.
There may be other static links on other pages, but not 2362 actually published.
One issue I do see is that the WWW domain has not been set as the default domain in Webflow, see here: https://share.getcloudapp.com/WnuE9lRP. Set the WWW domain as the default canonical domain and then republish the site.
Having no canonical domain set may cause Google to index the root domain, then index the www domain and make it appear as if there were duplicate links on the page, when it is really just in the index.
After site republish, resubmit the Sitemap in your google search console.
As a reference, see how to Connect a custom domain in Webflow, it seems that the step on setting the WWW as the default domain may have been missed when the domain was originally add in Webflow.
I hope this helps.