2013 Pearl Izumi Mens Cyclone Gel LF Glove True Blue XXL
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- Pearl Izumi 's Best Selling Handschuh wurde überarbeitete für kühles Wetter in diesem Winter mit der neu 1: 1 Glove Padding für verbesserten Komfort
- Wettervorhersage: kühl und nass
- Temperaturbereich: +/-5 Grad
- Stoffe: Palm ist 49% Polyamid 29% Polyurethan, 16% Polyester, 4% Chloroprene Rubber 2% Elasthan
- Handrücken ist 55% Polyester 30% Polyamid 9% Polyurethan 6% Elasthan
- Das Elite Softshell bietet überlegenen Schutz vor Wind und Wasser
- Neu 1: 1 Glove Padding schafft Brücken über Ulnar und Median Nerven für überlegene Fahrkomfort
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Pearl Izumi Cyclone volle Finger Handschuhe sind Pearl Izumi 's beliebtesten kühles Wetter-Radhandschuh behält seine gute Passform Schutz und Komfort, während die neue Design mehr Reflexionsvermögen und Comfort Bridge Gel Bad Elite Softshell bietet überlegenen Schutz vor Wind und Nässe.
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The company: I lost a glove, so my wife emailed them asking how to get a replacement. They dug around in their warranty bin and are dropping it in the post to us free of charge. THAT IS SO AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!11!1!!1! Srsly wtf that is so cool.
I had hoped they'd be a little warmer, but overall I still like them.
Only real complaints:
--The velcro strap at the wrists is small and looks flimsy. I can see this breaking in the future. On the upside, they are so snug and have a little bit of a "cuff" so even if the strap breaks the gloves would be perfectly functional (the strap is almost superfluous).
--I would have expected a longer cuff towards the wrists for a winter-intended glove, and one they advertise as water resistant. Getting a jacket over the cuff really won't work very well: isn't long enough and no real edge to keep the jacket cuff from riding up your arm. Thankfully, I have dedicated rain gloves for wet riding.
UPDATE 3/21/17: downgraded from 4 stars to 3
The outside of the index finger on the gloves is wearing through, especially the right glove. I assume this is because of shifting or perhaps some other abrasion? It may seem harsh to downgrade from 4 to 3 stars after a little over 3 years of daily use for 6 months a year, but there was a time when even inexpensive cycling gloves would last many more years than this, so it's a bit of a disappointment.
I will likely not buy again, might see what Giro has to offer (since I like their Zero gloves for the summer).
I just discovered that these gloves work on my cell phone. The thumb, baby finger and the next one to it work. The index and middle fingers with the rubber lines don't work. I am typing this message with this glove. I know they're not supposed to work but try it out for yourself. I doubt I would use them for texting but they do work. Might use them for pictures or answering the phone.
I bought these on Amazon for $20, which was a good price. Don't think I'd pay $40 for them though. I think I got them on sale if I remember right. Anyway, nice gloves!