Giro Women's Tessa Gloves
|Price:||$14.90 - $300.00|
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- Moisture-wicking 4-way stretch, breathable mesh and highly absorbent microfiber wiping surface
- Low profile Velcro closure and sonic-welded pull tab
- Super Fit Engineered three-panel design and AX synthetic leather
- AX Suede synthetic leather
- Optimized gel padding
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A classic style, tailored for great fit, comfort and value. The Tessa is a gel-padded women's glove that delivers the comfort and feel Giro's Super Fit ergonomic design and high-quality construction at an affordable price. It's a great choice for recreational riders, or riders who prefer the feel of a more traditionally padded glove.
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In all I'm very happy with them. They are holding up well to bicycling, etc. and are enjoyable to wear. They're very fitted without being constricting or impeding movement, and the padding on the palm of the glove is very comfortable.
What I didn't like: The color was different than represented online, and they are somewhat difficult to pull off without stretching the finger pieces. They would be much better with a pull-tab on one of the fingers (I've got another pair of finger-less workout gloves that have this feature, and there's a difference taking them on and off). If I had to order another pair I would look for a style with both pull-tabs -one at the base of the wrist for pulling on, and one on the finger for pulling them off.
I use only one, for my right hand, and not for cycling.
I have had surgery for trigger finger (twice), and my surgeon told me that I have been 'bruising' my right palm when I use something narrow, like a knife, or hold heavier things by the handles ( ex., grocery bag, or bucket of water) He recommended I wear a glove with 'padding' so that I wouldn't continue to bruise myself.
Well, I searched at a sporting goods store, finding a pair of black gloves with light padding----not quite what I was looking for! I returned those after finding these! They're so much more feminine-looking-- off-white in color with bright accent color...... AND they have 'much' more padding! Because I am using this glove for another purpose than that the designer intended, I found I needed padding right in the 'palm', the least padded area.
So, I bought shoe heel inserts of silicone gel, and pushed one into the palm area, as I put the glove on. Perfect!
'Hope this might help someone else?
The glove was hard to remove once your hand is damp, but it wasn't much of trouble. The material for the 4 fingers were made of the elastic material that the rest of the glove was made of. The thumb was constructed using suede leather, which stretched while I was cycling. At the end of the 5 hour cycling trip, the finger opening for the thumb stretched a lot, which provided little support for grip.
Other than the thumb problem, the glove worked perfectly. The trail I cycled on was really flat, so there wasn't a need for gloves. However, I believe that these would work nicely for rougher terrains. Just get your regular size and watch out for the thumb.