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Pearl Izumi Men's Thermal Glove,Black,Small


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  • Fall/Winter 2012
  • Clarino (TM) synthetic leather strategically placed in high-wear areas
  • Vietnam

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Product Description

Product Description

Instead of cutting your season short, pull on the Pearl Izumi Thermal Glove for grip, warmth, and comfort. Lightweight and packable, this warm glove is the perfect companion for Autumn and early winter rides. Pearl's P.R.O. Thermal Lite fabric offers excellent warmth retention and wicking properties to prevent overheating or clamminess. For increased dexterity, Pearl gave the Thermal silicone grippers on the fingers to easily control shifter and brake levers. And, should you end up riding in the waning afternoon light, reflective elements on the outside help you stay visible amidst traffic. 

Product Features
  • Material: 52% Minerale polyester, 28% polyester, 14% spandex, 6% polyamide
  • Closure:
  • Padding: gel
  • Recommended Use: cycling, training, group rides
  • Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime

From the Manufacturer

Thermal Glove Thermal Gloves are the ultimate cool weather glove, utilizing MineraleTM technology to provide optimal warmth and moisture transfer. P.R.O. Thermal fabric with Minerale™ provides optimal insulation, moisture transfer, dry time and odor–resistance Clarino ™ synthetic leather strategically placed in high–wear areas Soft fleece wiping surface on thumb Silicone screened palm for a performance grip Reflective elements for low–light visibility

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 9.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004N62I1G
  • Item model number: 14141110
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #184,435 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great fit very comfortable.
Goose
Anywho....these are thin, light gloves which will keep your hands warm in moderate weather.
Mr. Howell
My hands feel fine when the temperature is about 30 to 50 degrees out.
M. Suhan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 69 people found the following review helpful By M. Suhan on December 1, 2011
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I bought these at the beginning of November mostly for biking, but I've also worn them while running.

My hands feel fine when the temperature is about 30 to 50 degrees out. (I don't wear gloves when it's warmer than that). My hands don't feel sweaty or clammy even when I am raging forth like a wild man-beast, so their claims of moisture transfer are legitimate. I've worn them in the rain a few times in the evening, and they weren't completely dry for my commute to work the next day. However, they do seem to air-dry in about 24 hours.

When the temperature is around 20 to 30 degrees, they are sufficient but not optimal. My fingers don't go numb, but they are cold until I have exerted myself enough to warm up. Undoubtedly, I will need a warmer glove or mitten once it gets colder out.

These gloves are very well-crafted. I haven't noticed any loose threads, they are comfortable, and have not shown any type of wear after a month of wearing them daily. My friend bought a pair of similar gloves made by Under Armour, and the grippy surface on the palms began to wear off within the first week. Furthermore, they are comfortable and allow a lot of dexterity. I don't have to take them off to get keys out of my pocket or adjust something on my bike.

tldr: These are quality gloves but not suitable for the dead of winter.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By dk409 on November 25, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
These gloves say thermal, but they are not really all that warm. Once i get warmed up from biking, then my hands warm up. But for that first 5-10 minutes outside my hands are pretty cold. However, they are still better than nothing, and the build quality is great.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By RunFast on November 26, 2011
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I did two one hour-plus long runs with these gloves under fairly cold conditions (it was in the low to mid 40's) and my hands were very comfortable. They are also thin enough for you to manipulate a smartphone without the need to take them off. The other nice thing about these gloves is that they are pretty bright, so cars will take note of you on the side of the road as you run. Satisfied customer.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lag Man on October 9, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I bought these gloves for cold weather cycling, but they are really just run-of-the-mill light-weight cycling gloves. Nothing really wrong with them. Price is fine. Just don't expect them to keep your hands warm. I tested them on my morning commute--5 miles at 34 degrees--and my hands were cold early in the ride and all fingers were numb by the end. Not frostbite numb, but numb enough that I failed to notice the "thermal" attributes of the gloves. I think these gloves will be fine when its warm enough that gloves are not needed for warmth.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Big Sandwich on December 11, 2012
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I agree with the reviews that say that it doesn't provide a lot of warmth. I use them for running and once I warm up during my run, it keeps my hands fairly warm. The lowest temperature that I've run in is around 36 degree at night (I noticed afterwards that my hands were somewhat stiff so it doesn't keep your hands completely warm).

Pros:
- As noted above, it does a fairly good job of keeping your hands warm
- Lightweight
- The grips work well - I run with my smartphone in hand and it doesn't slip.

Cons:
- It might take awhile to warm up your hands
- Not the best glove for colder temps
- Good glove for the price (18 to 21 range when I bought)

Bonus: The most pleasant thing that I found was that I can use my iPhone5 while wearing the gloves. It's not the smoothest process but I found that if I touch the screen using the rubber grip portion and do a flick-swipe, I can make the phone function. I can even enter my passcode with gloves on too. This is great for me since I use the Endomondo Pro app to track distance, speed, etc during my runs. I can't say for sure if this will work with other smartphone screens but if you're looking for a glove that will allow you make use of basic functions like opening, starting, and stopping apps, this could work.

EDIT, 12/14/12
Forgot to mention that I don't have a screen protector on my iPhone. I'm not sure if having one on affects the ability to use your phone or not, but just thought I'd mention it.

EDIT, 12/24/12
Just thought I'd mention that after washing the glove recently, it is no longer sensitive to the iPhone touch screen. Bummer. I'll post back again if there's a change.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MW on March 25, 2012
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I have used these gloves several times a week this past winter and they have served me quite well. While they are marketed as cycling gloves, I regularly use them for running as well.

* Fitting: I used Amazon.com's sizing chart and very happy with the size I ordered. They are a snug fit and would be too small if my hands were much larger, but these gloves wouldn't keep your hands warm if they were very loose.

* Construction: The gloves are surprisingly thin. The seams inside the gloves don't bother my fingers/hands, and I haven't seen any signs of wear after using them three times a week for the last 3 months. I have washed them a few times, but only on a cold "hand wash" cycle with no drying (they air-dry in about 30 minutes.) The fleece nose-wiping pad on the back of the thumb serves its intended purpose well, and the rubber pads on the fingers and palm offer good grip. Mine have great visibility: I got the "screaming yellow" color and it's REALLY bright, with a light-reflective patch on the back of the hand.

* Running: I've used these mostly for running. At 30 - 35 degrees these gloves keep my hands warm enough to where I'll take them off for a bit after ten to fifteen minutes -- that's while wearing a hat and stretchy long pants and shirt however. They also work well in the 40s when I don't feel like having my fingers freeze while I warm up. I usually keep a 10 minute per mile pace; they might be inadequate if you were lightly jogging and it was very cold ( <35 degrees.)

* Cycling: With this past winter being so mild I have only used these on maybe a dozen occasions but I'm happy with their performance. I use them for road/sport cycling. They keep my hands very warm in the 30-50 degree range and are thin enough to wick away sweat quickly.
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