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Early Winter Night Biking Gloves

early winter night biking gloves   Early Winter Night Biking Gloves

There’s always another reason to buy a good pair of cycling gloves. And when coming across the Early Winter Night Biking Gloves, it doesn’t take much to be totally sold.

As illustrated, the wool gloves feature an LED arrow on each upper palm to increase visibility in low-light when signaling. Warm and stylish, the gloves are also built touch-phone friendly with conductive fingertip areas.

The gloves are currently available in limited quantities, but there’s a push for boosting production as its design has been highly praised.

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Louis Garneau Mondo Gloves (Men)

louis garneau mondo gloves men   Louis Garneau Mondo Gloves (Men)

Louis Garneau recently released a new set of road cycling gloves for men called the Mondo.

The Louis Garneau Mondo Gloves are made for long distance cycling, using vented gel padding that combat pressure, shock, while boosting circulation. With other gloves, the stitching can sometimes become irritating, this is where seamless plays a big factor in the design of the Mondo Gloves. Lastly, the finger were lasered off to prevent bulk-age.

Available in three different colors: yellow, white and black. You can buy them now for $49.99 at Louis Garneau.

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2012 Answer Strike Neoprene Mountain Bike Gloves

2012 answer strike neoprene mountain bike gloves   2012 Answer Strike Neoprene Mountain Bike Gloves

For riders who are looking for a new pair of high-quality mountain bike gloves, Answer has created the new Strike Neoprene for 2012. While the gloves are designed to be tough, they are sensitive enough to keep the rider connected to the bike, as well.

Suitably rated to 25°F, the durable and warm 5mm gloves are designed for three-season use. Grip is enhanced by the Clarino Amara palm material of the Strike Neoprene while control is guaranteed by the pre-curve anatomic shape of the gloves.
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With guaranteed tough quality, the 2012 Answer Strike Neoprene Mountain Bike Gloves can tackle the challenges of mountain bike riding and the frequent beatings in the washing machine. The cuff is extended for more warmth and absorbent cotton terry cloth thumbs are added for a convenient snot wipe.


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2012 Troy Lee Designs Grand Prix Air Gloves

2012 troy lee designs grand prix air gloves   2012 Troy Lee Designs Grand Prix Air Gloves

One of the latest cycling products released by Troy Lee Designs for 2012 is the Grand Prix Air Gloves. With long fingers and no gel insert, these gloves are carefully tailored to imitate the human hands to help them hold the handlebar grips with maximum comfort.

With Air-Prene and Velcro backed TPR wrist closure, the adjustable fit of the gloves is made as comfortable and non-restrictive as possible. Grip is enhanced by the silicon applique on the fingers and on the lightly padded single-layer Clarino leather palm.

Aside from being lightweight, the 2012 Troy Lee Designs Grand Prix Air Gloves are so comfortable and cool running that riders barely feel that they are wearing them. Moreover, optimized hand protection is offered by the bio-foam protection on top of the hand and soft TPR sonic-welds.

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2012 RockGardn Fate Carbon Gloves

2012 rockgardn fate carbon gloves   2012 RockGardn Fate Carbon Gloves

Featuring a new 1×4 split-knuckle design, the 2012 RockGardn Fate Carbon Gloves guarantee high quality and reliable performance. Sewn to a leather edge are four independent pieces instead of a large single-piece knuckle. In turn, the leather edge is sewn to a neoprene panel, which is floating and ventilated.

To help the knuckle pieces articulate with the hand’s position, the neoprene panel slides over the breathable Airmesh top layer. This helps get rid of pressure points both for braking and gripping. Attached to the Airprene layer are the internally padded carbon-fiber forefingers and knuckles.

While the real cowhide leather inside thumb and lower palm maximize comfort and abrasion resistance, the sweat-absorbing terrycloth back thumb comes with a leather-reinforced tip. Lastly, the durability and breathability of the gloves are enhanced by its woven finger gussets.

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2012 RockGardn Karma All Mountain Jersey, Shorts, and Gloves

2012 rockgardn karma all mountain jersey shorts and gloves   2012 RockGardn Karma All Mountain Jersey, Shorts, and Gloves

Ideal for fashion-conscious riders are the newly released 2012 RockGardn Karma All Mountain Jersey, Shorts, and Gloves. First, the stylish and sporty Karma jersey is made of moisture-wicking polyester. Available in black/white and blue/black colors both with tan piping, it nicely matches the Karma shorts and gloves.

Made from 100% microfiber twill fabric, the new Karma shorts are strong and wrinkle-resistant but unbelievably soft. Movement is unrestricted, thanks to its seat and crotch stretch panels. To help make the fit perfect, the shorts have an independent belt and gathered elastic waistband.

In order to protect the middle and index fingers of the rider, the Karma gloves have direct injected ribs and silicon beads that offer a positive lever texture. These gloves optimize the cool, lightweight, and personalized connection between the rider and the bike.

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2012 RockGardn M-Theory MTB Gloves

2012 rockgardn m theory mtb gloves   2012 RockGardn M Theory MTB Gloves

While featuring maximum performance and great aesthetics, the 2012 RockGardn M-Theory MTB Gloves are available for a very reasonable price. This makes these mountain bike gloves one of the must-buy items for riders who are price-conscious but do not compromise the quality.

Several amazing features are offered by the RockGardn M-Theory. Comfort is optimized by its full-length TPR finger protection that has a soft-stretch Airprene knuckle panel and the silicon grippers of its reinforced palm on the middle and index fingers.

While these mountain bike gloves are perfect for DH, they can also tackle XC pretty well. On the other hand, the downsides of the RockGardn M-Theory include its heaviness when wet and its tendency to make the hands feel hot during summer rides.

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