The loop and hook are closed. The Souke mens cycling gloves are an excellent short finger summer glove choice for recreational road cycling and MTB riders. The back of the bike gloves is made of a 4-way stretch, mesh and Lycra fabric that keeps your hands fresh and well-ventilated. Venting holes have been added to the fingers and thumb. ANATOMIC fit and excellent. The cycling gloves for men have rebound foam padding in the palms to offer shock absorption and impact resistance to help you perform longer. The bicycle glove has a high-quality construction and padding that makes it easier to use and allow your hands to move naturally. Anti-SLIP and Anti- Anti-. The mountain bike gloves are perfect for providing better grip on the handlebars in damp or sweaty conditions. Synthetic palm is made from a thin microfiber and has exceptional grip and comfort. Double-stitched seams give increased durability for hard use and frequent washing. The bicycle gloves offer many of the features found in more expensive gloves. A pull tab on the bottom makes it easy to remove the item. Multiple reflective detail increases your visibility in low-light conditions. The biking gloves are versatile and can be used for other gym exercises. They will do everything they can to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase if you don't have a positive experience. They have email support. If you need assistance, please contact them.
👤I decided to order based on the comfort these provided for a purchaser's arthritic thumbs. They had a very reasonable price, so they didn't have anything to lose. These gloves protect my thumbs. I have had surgery on one thumb to address the pain, but am reluctant to have the other thumb done. The gripping of the handlebars was painful, but not with these gloves. There was no hand pain as you traveled several miles on a very rough trail. These are not designed for warmth. My hands were not sweaty after the ride because it was an 80 degree day.
👤The best glove for me is this one. The size was easy to read. The fit is comfortable for my hand. The hole in my hand is perfect. The color is brighter than I thought. The gel pads are in the right place. The gel pads above the palm do their job well. The loop pull offs are awesome and the pull on assist tab is an added benefit. They are attached securely. Time will tell. There is no opinion on the reflectiveness. There is no loose strings in the construction. The thumb has a sweat wiping material which is fine, but in 5 minutes it will be drenched and useless for me. I will order another pair when the time is right. So what are you waiting for? Thank you for your kind words.
👤These gloves are very well made. These gloves are bright yellow and I prefer to wear yellow gloves for visibility reasons. The gloves have small loops that make it easier to remove, a useful feature. The length is similar to my other cycling gloves. They run small. My hand is about 9 inches long. The seller's chart says that the gloves are a bit tight, but I would prefer them to be a bit wider. If your hand is more than 9 inches wide you will not be able to fit in the larger size. First impressions are good, but it's too early to tell if the gloves will wear well. The rating is useless because I don't expect warmth in open finger cycling gloves.
👤I use a rigid frame wheelchair. I'm always on the go. These gloves are great for protecting the hands and good grip on the push rim and side of the tires. You will understand if you are in a wheelchair. I highly recommend them. I have several pairs that have been in use for a long time. I wish they came in more colors. If I can't coordinate my shoes with my clothes, I will use my gloves.
Gel and foam padding ensure riding comfort no matter the terrain. Synthetic leather palm is soft and long-term reliable. The wiping surface on the thumb is soft. The loop and hook closure is perfect for this.
👤I've been a Pearl Izumi customer for a long time. I considered their gloves when buying a new one. I've owned P.I. pairs before. I had been getting hand numbness because my old, worn-out gloves had lost their cushion. I read a lot of product reviews and decided to return to the Pearl Izumi product line. I chose the gloves for their padding to help with hand and finger numbness on long rides. Pearl Izumi knows that the placement of the padding is the most important part of the procedure. Pearl Izumi has a perfect design. The gloves have flaps on strategic fingers to help remove the gloves at the end of the ride. I was a bit surprised by the new design of a couple strategically placed "flaps" on some of the fingers to aid in the removal of the gloves at the end of the ride after having purchased another manufacturer's glove on my last several purchases. I didn't think they'd be effective, but they are, and the placement is completely discreet. A new design feature works again. Highly recommended. The gloves do the best job of reducing numbness of all the gloves in the marketplace, but they don't stop it completely once the ride has become a "long ride" (over three hours, for example).
👤I used to like these, but now they are off. I like this model glove. I had a bad crash earlier this year and the gloves were destroyed, but they ripped apart in a way that prevented my hands from being ripped apart as I slid across the cement. The gloves saved my hands. Prior to that, they had padding in the right spots that worked to take away the numbness form. I had bought a pair of XL's from REI. I lost a pair in the crash. The model is the same. The size is the same. They didn't fit. They were too small. There is a I came to this listing because I wanted to get XXL's. The model is the same. One size up. I had the same fit as the XXL's I had from REI. Not too loose. The padding was sewn to the outside of the palm, where it didn't do anything while gripping the handlebars. The padding didn't feel like padding. It was less comfortable than no gloves. Something is off. The gloves from REI fit better and had more useful padding. The sizes I got from Amazon were very different.
The loop and hook are closed. The synthetic leather with 4-way stretch offers improved fit and bar feel. Gel pads that are shaped in 3D reduce unneeded bulk and improve grip comfort. The loop and hook closure is perfect for this. There are reflective elements for low light visibility.
👤I've used the gel pads in the palm of the glove for carpal tunnel issues and have worn the PI GEL cycling gloves for years. I have wide hands so I'm a bit hard on gloves. The screaming yellow "elite gel glove" was my last purchase. I decided to trade off my second pair of gloves because I used up half of the first pair. I found the "2020 Elite Gel Glove" because the pair I bought last year is no longer available. I bought an updated version of the pair last year. There is a Wrong! There is a The 2020 version is half as thick as last year. The material of the glove is very thin and I don't think it will last half the riding season. The piece of fabric that has the tab attached is not real. When the stitches on the tab break. The entire tab will come off. The tab is sewn on in this version, but it is not part of the entire front of the glove. I've had my wife check me. She agrees that they are flimsy. Pearl Izuma wants to change the description and remove the word "elite".
👤Wow! They did every trick to reduce glove quality, including removing stitching on the back, thinner pads on the front, and reducing the number of straps. They work, but not much. I expected more from Pearl Izumi. Avoid!
👤I purchased a new pair of I.P. gloves. The new ones don't have the "wipe" surface on the back of the index finger. Such is progress. The new ones are a little tighter than the old ones and it is more difficult to remove them. I'm not sure if they will stretch a bit. It's the most comfortable ride.
👤My past experiences with other Pear Izumi gloves led me to purchase these gloves. Pick a bigger size because these run smaller than marked. The palm area retains the padding pattern and materials of the past, but the backhand has a thin yet flexible fabric that doesn't seem strong enough. I haven't ridden long enough in these to determine the level of quality but some poorly executed details don't inspire confidence. I would like to think that these will last me the same way as older Pear Izumi gloves, but it is not certain.
👤The product has a name. The glove has no gel at all. It must be a problem.
Quality craftsmanship: made of quality fabric, delicate machine stitching, soft and breathable, stretch and lightweight, fine workmanship with heavy-duty double stitching and leather patchwork on finger ending for durable use. Kids half finger gloves feature a non-skid design in the palm to prevent hand injuries and have a better grip than traditional leather palm gloves. Kids gloves can be used for many things, from keeping hands dry and comfortable to being a sweet gift. You can choose from several different sizes with a strap with hook and loop closure. You will receive 3 pairs of kids half finger gloves in different colors, please view the product description carefully before purchasing.
👤Don't buy unless you have small children. My 10 year old couldn't shut them because they didn't fit my 8 year old. I bought them because they were a good fit for 10 year olds. It took over a month for them to arrive after I paid extra for 7 day shipping because they were coming from China. They are cute and well made.
👤I am in a wheelchair. I take my Grandson on walks around the neighborhood. I wear a pair of gloves to keep my hands from getting stuck in my wheels when we do. There is a My Grandson decided he needed a pair too. I dug around the drawers and found an old pair of shoes that he wore. I went to Amazon to look for fingerless gloves for my 3-year-old son because he had a problem with his hands falling off. Thank you, Mr. Bezos! I handed him the gloves when we went for a walk after I put mine on. He jumped for joy. There is a They fit perfectly, and they stay on. I pulled at them to make sure they were sewn well. There is a There are 3 pairs so if one gets lost there are extras. There is a He loves them and that's all that matters.
👤Very poor made. The flap easily came off when my son put them on for 30 minutes and then took them off. Didn't last an hour. Not worth the money.
👤My boys love biking. My 7 year old was getting blisters on his thumbs from riding his bike so much, and these seem to help. He is able to get them on and off easily because he loves the way they look. They have held up well so far, and are being used by boys. Very happy with them.
👤I suppose you get what you pay for, but these are very thin. There is more variation in the size of the pairs.
👤My 12 year old needed a grip on the handlebars of his electric scooter. The trick was done by these. He has average hands for his age, we think he will be a six-footer when he springs up, but he has some good-sized paws. They won't last forever, but at this size they don't need to. I don't think I'll ever need another set.
👤I got these for my grandsons because they love to play ninja warriors. They love these gloves. It helped them with their ninja warrior stunts. haha My grandson didn't take them off all day.
The Tanluhu Bike gloves are made of super elastic lycra and durable knitted mesh fabric. It is designed to support all sports lovers. The measurement of the size is by the measurement of the circumference. Refer to the size information and choose the right one. The Buckle is sticky and can be adjusted to your personal needs. Highly elastic mesh cloth on the surface is tough. Don't worry about any hand type. The microfiber wiping on the thumbs of Tanluhu Bicycle gloves helps to keep the sporter cool. Mountain Road bike gloves with powerful shock absorption protection, reduce road vibration, hand fatigue, skip-proof and hard wearing, avoid stuffiness of palm even in vigorous exercise. Pull tab on the end of the fingers helps take them off after sports.
👤I bought these for a road bike race and am new to the world of cycling. I wore the gloves mid-way through the first leg of the race and felt a positive difference. I think these are a good price for basic cycling gloves. If they had better gel padding, I would have given them 5 stars. I think these are a good purchase for long bike rides. Thanks! I am glad I chose the partial-length fingers as they enable fine-motor movements better than the full-length fingers. I love the hot pink color. The medium size fit me well for an average-hand-size female.
👤I think they are 5 stars. Texas is in the 80s. It is so hot that the gloves don't breathe. I don't think it would make a difference here. The Small fit is as good as I could hope for. The palms are not inconveniently big and I always wish they were a little smaller. The finger part is not tight. For the price I paid, I can't complain. The name brand quality and price was disappointing to me. The seams seem better in this pair. 2 rides for about 2 hours each. They will be on longer rides later in the year.
👤The size small we bought fit our daughter perfectly. They are comfortable. The pink ones were vibrant and true to the product picture.
👤I have spent some time using these before I write this review, so I will be done with it about 5 weeks after purchase. I have ridden about 150 miles and the gloves have been used a lot. There is a The gloves fit well, and I ordered the right size for them. The loops make it easy to remove them. There is a The material is of good quality. They haven't started coming apart or worn down in any areas. The gloves have padding. I don't agree with people who say the padding is good. The padding was very good at first, but a couple of weeks later, it was basically the thickness of the material. I went from feeling a lot of relief in my palms while riding, to feeling like I had nothing between me and my grips. I don't think this should have happened since it has only been 5 weeks. I am going to have to order something else because the padding shouldn't degrade quickly for what I paid. I need new ones with padding in the palms, but I may keep these for SUP, or as spare.
The loop and hook are closed. Their gloves are made of high elastic LYCRA fabric, which is anti-abrasive. The gloves are very comfortable to wear. Microsuede on the palms makes these gloves more durable for daily use. It is possible to make your hands completely relaxed and comfortable in biking sport by widening the elastic fabric patch at the wrist part. Three pieces thick Silicon gel SBR pad in different shapes are distributed at the bearing position of the palm to provide Powerful Shock Absorption Protection, Reduce Road Vibration, Hand Fatigue. Terry cloth can help wipe the sweat off. The pull tab on your finger helps you get off your gloves. Riding reflective strip improves safety. It's perfect for both men and women, boys and girls, and is machine washable. If you like cycling, you need a pair of gloves. 30 days no returns, 12 months warranty, and lifetime customer service are included in the concierge service. If you don't like their gloves, you don't love them. If there is a problem, they'll replace it or return it. There is no risk in trying. You will get high-quality products and services from them.
👤I ordered a black trim. The gloves have a design. They fit slightly tighter than the Pearl Izumi gloves I usually wear, but I am comparing brand new with two year old gloves, so maybe the Grebarleys will stretch over time. The Grebarley gloves are not too tight. I wore my regular Pearl Izumi glove on one hand and the new Grebarley glove on the other while riding my bike. I forgot I was wearing two gloves, but both were comfortable. There is a The Izumi gloves are neater looking than the others, but both use double stitching. I think I should be okay. I have only had the Grebarley's for a couple days, so I can't comment on their longevity. The final test was to wash the gloves in cold water and let them dry. I didn't see any adverse reactions. The Grebarleys are very similar to the other gloves I have used, and they are less expensive. I recommend that you try them too.
👤The product was very good. It was very well made. The first day I wore gloves, I had an accident. I landed on my right hand. There were pebbles on the ground. I was saved from that by this gloves. There was no scratch on the gloves.
👤My new Grebarley cycling gloves are very comfortable and are my go-to pair when I ride. The gel pads are placed perfectly on the palms, with a good grip. My gloves were a perfect fit because of the hook and loop fastening. There is a The terry cloth material on the outer thumbs is great for wiping sweat away. The bright accent colors and reflective material on the back of the hand make it easier to see. The pull tabs on the front palm of the two center fingers worked well when removing the gloves. There is a I am very pleased with my purchase and am eager to try other Grebarley cycling products.
👤After the padding fell apart, I looked for a new pair of gloves. These were a pleasant surprise. The tabs at the finger ends make it easy to pull the gloves off. They air dry easily. I'm a lean female with an average size hands. I prefer riding gloves that are not tight or snug. The large size works well for me. I still prefer the feel of a leather glove to these, but the practicality finally won me over. I waited a long time before writing this review.
The premium quality light weight and durable material that protects the wrist from impact and vibration of hands on the handlebars instantly decreases the risk of wrist injuries and fatigue. COMFORT: The half finger design keeps hands cool and dry. Friction gel pads on palms provide just the right amount of cushion and feel the road through the bars for the best comfort. It can be used in many outdoor/indoor exercise activities such as cycling, fitness workout, gym, lifting, mountain climbing, boating, fishing, hiking, kayaking, etc.
👤When I tried on one of the gloves, the thread ripped around the entire tab of the pull tab, and I clasped the wrist pull closure to remove it. I tried to break one of the segments of thread by using my fingers. It broke in half. I am almost certain that the thread is cotton, which is easy to break down in high humidity. The cotton thread is not strong enough for gloves. There is a The padding in the palms was squishy like foam. I found that I was correct when I looked at the inside of the gloves. Thin foam protrudes 2 to 3mm beyond the stitching when advertised asgel pads. The foam was sewn into the gloves, not the gel, like you would see on wire hangars. The difference between my previous cycle gloves and the ones I have now was profound. There is no excuse for this rip-off because the gloves were not expensive. I don't mind not having a brand name, fancy gloves. I would be willing to hot glue the wrist tabs back together. I have an issue with false advertisements.
👤The gel pads are a joke. The gray is just a thin layer of gel. The raise part was made of foam. The straps on the finger pulls are just sewed on. The finger pulls are small.
👤I own many cycling gloves. I usually get 1 or 2 years out of each pair. I ordered these because my gloves started coming apart. I have read good reviews of this glove on multiple websites, including Amazon and another popular import e-commerce site. These gloves look like the worst cycling gloves I've ever owned. The jury is still out on how long they'll last, but the padding is garbage and the stitching is lacking. I've got nothing against cheap cycling gear from China. I bought multiple pairs of Chinese cycling gloves from Amazon. They could have made the palm more comfortable by putting better padding on it. People who ride 2 or 3 short rides a year should buy gloves. Anybody who actually cycles daily/weekly/monthly needs to look somewhere else.
👤The stitching around the wrist began to come undone on the 4th day after I had thought I had a good deal. It was very disappointing. These are very small so up your size or better yet spend a little more money for a better pair. I would not purchase again.
The loop and hook are closed. The short fingered bike gloves are made of high elastic lycra and knitted mesh fabric. The extra padding with the EVA cycling gloves at the palm part will make riding more relaxed and easy for both men and women. The terry cloth inside the bicycle gloves fingers helps to wipe sweat, it's durable and functional. The V shaped design of the hook and loop fastenings can be adjusted freely and give you the best fit. The Inbike half finger gloves are suitable for the summer and fall. If you want to choose the right size for the store, please refer to the last image.
👤For the past year or so, I have been having problems with my fingers and palms, which have gotten worse, because I bike a lot. The handle grips I bought helped a bit, but not completely. I was using a different brand of gloves. I tried the gloves for the first time. I am a size 7.5 glove, and a large as per the inbike sizing recommendations, and the gloves fit fine. There were two differences between the inbike glove and my other gel gloves. The gel is softer on this glove. The gel extends across the palm. The other gel gloves have some gel on the base of the palm with open spaces between them. I realized how important the gel placement is after using the in bikes. The weight of my hand was distributed across a larger area, with the other brand glove the weight is mostly over just the areas where the gel is, causing more pressure over those elevated areas. With a softer gel and better weight distribution, I had no feeling of weakness on the 20 mile ride today, and my hands felt better on the handlebars than before. I had a small palm pain near the end of the ride, but it was not as bad as it had been before, and it may be a reflection of chronic inflammation in my hands, rather than a reflection on the gloves. I wish I had found these gloves a few years ago. There is a I bought the long fingered ones because I liked the short finger gloves so much. I can use my cell phone with gloves on, because of the great palm padding. 5 stars.
👤I got these gloves and they look nice, but I haven't used them yet. I was going to get a small since my hand is 7.5 inches, but I waffled and decided to go with what everyone said. I think I could have gotten away with a small, but the medium fits pretty good, I guess better a little loose than tight? The back of the packaging has a picture of the size. I didn't see this when I was ordering.
👤The padding on these gloves is the best I have ever tried. There are thick pads, large and located where the padding is needed. Gel is a generic term that refers to the real gel liquid filled pads and dense closed cell foam. These seem to work well. These pads keep their thickness and function, unlike cheap foam that flattens and looses it. There is a The packing card has the Amazon sizing added to it, which is illustrated in the attached photo. The drop down selection info on the Amazon website is incorrect. The packing card has the correct size chart. The chart appears to be small, so size up for the correct size. I had to return the first set of gloves, but Amazon makes that very easy and free, if you have Prime. There is a The first set had a torn seam, so it was going back anyway. The new glove seems to be well made and it fit well, no issues with the seams or general quality. I don't think the pull tab is very helpful, and I usually just pull the glove off, so I can wash them after the ride... If I just let the sweat dry, they get sweaty and start to smell. The quality of the padding is what I like the most. It will be a bonus if it holds up over time.
The loop and hook are closed. Breathable and Wear resistant. Made of high elastic lycra and mesh knitted fabric helps to wear comfortablely. The anti-shock is on. Extra padding 5mm gel at cycling gloves' palm part, non-slip silicone, super shock absorption, can relieve pain and fatigue, helps you more relaxed while riding. The gloves' thumb part is terry cloth. The Hook & loop fastening at the wrist part can be adjusted to give you the best fitness. Cyclists who ride mountain bike, city bike and road bike can use the bicycle gloves. You can choose your size according to the palm circumference.
👤I bought a couple of these. My wife has a medium with her hands that are 19-19.5 cm. I am 22 cm and got the large. They fit us well. There is a I am happy with the quality and the gel padding. We don't just drive around the neighborhood roads because we are both high level athletes. The gel works well on mountain bikes and we use gloves for them. These were the cheapest gloves I could find and they were padded with gel. I am really happy with these.
👤The INBIKE full fingered cycling gloves were my first impressions. The good prices were purchased for $16.85. The build quality is very good. It was comfortable, not too loose or tight. The gel padding on the palm feels good. The sizing chart can give an accurate assessment of the glove size. Cell phone use works, but can be difficult to use. The stitching is in the fingers. It might bother you, but I don't care that much. There is a small piece of webbing between my fingers. I am 21CM hand circumference, which is towards the top of the medium glove size, so that is likely the cause of the webbing. It is worth mentioning because it is barely noticeable. I haven't had a chance to ride with these yet, but I think the build quality is good and they will hold up well. They look nice, feel comfortable and are cheap. If they don't hold up to expectations, I will update this review.
👤The fit is perfect for my large hands, I followed the chart to get the correct size. These gloves are well-fitting and have good grip on the trails, not hot or sweaty, and have good padding for quick falls and crashes. It's a good thing. There is a There are a couple of issues. There is spotty Touchscreen compatibility. I had to take them off a few times to get accurate. The fingers have some seams inside them. They are large enough to be annoying and uncomfortable for a long time. I could live with a pair of $20 gloves. I don't usually need to do complex app stuff on my phone when I'm riding trails. The fingers are made of seams. The issues were raised in previous reviews. I wanted to see if they were really that annoying. The verdict was: I would not buy them again because of the seams. I am happy I didn't pay more for them.
The fabric is made of high elastic LYCRA and knitted mesh. It can make your hands comfortable and relaxed in biking sport, with Anti-slip suede on the palm part and widened velcro at the wrist part. The SBR Shock is specialized. The pads are extra thick and have a shock absorption effect. They can help with palm fatigue on your bike. WEAR RESISTANT SOFT Micro-fiber Cloth: Highly absorbent TERRY CLOTHE on outside thumb part, which can easily wipe sweat, and increase the grip. The mesh keeps your hands dry. Easy-off hooks. The pull tab on your finger can help you get off your gloves easily, with the wrist velcro, it can wrap tightly around your wrist, allowing movement and dexterity. The designs were designed. It's perfect for both men and women and is machine-washable, ideal for cycling, hiking, climbing, camping, motorcycle driving and many more outdoor activities. No hassle returns for 30 days.
👤I bought a large and these gloves fit perfectly. There is a The gel pads on my scooter are very comfortable. There is a Thetabs on the inside of the middle fingers make it easier to remove gloves. There is a I like the graphic look and always get it from Amazon Prime. When I use my computer to type, my fingers don't have the tingly feeling and numbness that they used to, it's because of the vibration of my hands on the handlebars of my 2 motorcycles. I just threw out my two other gloves and they were in good shape and I will buy a second pair.
👤Two years ago, my father-in-law and I rode bikes together. It seems like everyone has taken at least one tumble since then, except for me. We have been biking more and more on the trails. I called my wife when I went out for a ride four weeks ago. I joked that I hope I don't crash, but will wear my helmet, as it was raining early in the morning, and by that time everything had dried out around the house. I went on the trails for ten minutes and got to the one place that I am always leery of the wooden boardwalk. There were a lot of people walking, including older ones and parents with little kids. I was avoiding everyone, but I swung out and landed on my knee, shoulder, and tears, because these older ladies were spread out too far. I threw the chain off as I was barely moving. I got the chain back on, but my wrists were hurting, so I stopped the ride, but the ladies wanted to give me a ride home. My father-in-law has been using gloves for a while and I asked him for a recommendation. I really liked the design of the gloves that he told me. These are awesome and I am glad I chose them. I was worried about sweating and the gloves being too tight because I would hate to have blisters after each ride, but luckily the mesh helps my hands breathe and the gloves are really comfortable. I have to peel them off after each ride, but my hands are great. I never put my hand in a wet glove because they are always dry within a few hours. There is a The gel padding is great. I don't have any pain in my wrists as the gel is thought and takes the brunt of it. When I have to brake hard for people not paying attention to the trails and almost running into me, I don't feel any shock. The straps on my wrists are adjusted so I don't have to worry about my hands getting sweaty. I am going to get my wife a pair as well. These are a great deal and I highly recommend them.
It's ideal for driving, lifting, cycling, and other activities. It is free for shipping to be delivered within the next few business days.
👤I became wheel chair bound when I ordered these. I have two conditions, Peripheral Nueropathy and Fibromyalgia. I was worried that I wouldn't be able to wheel myself where I needed to go because of the P.N. The gloves have a padded palm area. It's much easier for me to touch things. I ordered a medium, which is what I usually get in standard compression gloves, and these were slightly large but not bad. The closer works well. The backs are a bit loose. I would recommend these gloves for anyone who wants to wheel their chair on their own, or who needs a little more puff on the palm.
👤I had a pair of leather, crocheted, fingerless biking gloves back in the 90s. They had leather palms that were supple and had effective padding. I had high hopes for these, but everything my old gloves were, these aren't. There is a The size is off. Medium gloves fit my hands well. The medium version of these are not just a little oversized, but at least one, if not two sizes too big. I can slip another finger into the openings while wearing them. Let's discuss the leather. It's so thin, it smells of plasticizers. It's either very good fake leather or very bad real leather. I think the gloves are useless in protecting the palms if one goes down. The palms of the hands have padding sewn into them, but it's so soft that it's useless. If you ride a street bike with taped bars, these are almost useless, even if you ride a bike with padded handle bars. There is a The gloves are only slightly better than bare hands in terms of pure cycling function, but they are ok for weight lifting or general aesthetic reasons.
👤I wanted a pair of cycling gloves that were stylish and not like Star Trek uniforms. There's nothing wrong with wearing a Star Trek uniform. It's a good thing. I took a risk and ordered these despite the lack of reviews, and they are really great gloves. There is a The description says they are real leather. Synthetic leathers don't protect like the real thing, so it's important that you know this. They're good to wear on hot days because of the crochet on the back. I had an issue with my left hand that went numb after a while, but these gloves have mostly fixed the problem, and the padding makes for a much more comfortable ride. Excellent protection for hands. There is a They're definitely men's size, and run a little large even for that. I bought the small for a lady with large hands and it's still a bit big. If you have small hands, they won't fit. Hopefully they'll start stocking. Some time soon...
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