Louis Garneau Men's 12c Air Gel Cycling Gloves
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- Perforated palm and Biogel padding is much more breathable.
- It has better flexion and less pressure on the ulnar and median nerves.
- Absorbs vibrations and reduces hand fatigue. Low profile cuff pull tab provides a quick slip-on
- Multilayer coated silicone palm provides with better grip and stability
- Patented Ergo Air® concep evacuates palm moisture and contributes to stabilize hand temperature
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The 12C Air Gel Glove has multi-thickness gel padding, Ergo Air® vent channels, a pre-shaped curve, and a silicone palm. The perfect glove for those looking for performance and comfort.
UPPER HAND: SPANDEX . CARBON ION SPANDEX
PALM: SANDWICH MESH . DIGITALIZED AMARA
Perforated palm and Biogel padding: More breathable. Better flexion. Less pressure on the ulnar and median nerves. Absorbs vibrations and reduces hand fatigue
Multilayer coated silicone palm: Better grip and stability
Microfiber thumb: Moisture absorption
Low profile cuff pull tab: Quick slip-on
Silicone-coated pullers at fingers: Help to remove gloves
Velcro-adjustable ergonomic cuff: Custom fit without pressure
3mm reflective piping: High visibility
Patented Ergo Air® concept: Evacuates palm moisture and contributes to stabilize hand temperature
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There are a few gripes I have so far. First is a minor one, those weird silicone "discs" they put on a couple of the fingers are useless. After both of my rides so far, my hands have been sweating, and the gripper discs do not help at all. Sure, you can pull those two fingers up, but the rest of the glove still stuck to my hand. Removing gloves has never been that big an issue to me, I just stick my finger inside and loosen my hand out. These just get in the way when I ride, feels like there's something stuck to my fingers...not sure whey they are on the underside of the gloves. I'll just cut these discs off...
My other concern is with the stickiness of the gloves. In fact, there is some writing on the gloves that says "ultra grip", so they are meant to be a bit tacky. Problem is they stick to my hoods, which makes moving my hands around a bit of a challenge. More than a few times, my bar has moved unexpectedly because my hand stuck when trying to move grip positions. It's a little too grippy for my liking. Maybe after several uses my sweat will break them in and they won't be as sticky, but for now, I have to think about moving my hands instead of just doing it.
Overall, these are good fitting, comfortable gloves, with more good points than bad. Since they are a good price, I'll probably get another pair since most of my other ones are wearing out!
When these arrived, I was immediately thrilled because it was only then that i was able to compare them side by side with my first pair, and they are the same brand. In a roundabout way, I got exactly what I was looking for.
These are a big advancement over my old pair. The form fitting to my hand is simply perfect. I forget they're even there. The padding and grip is just right. Keep the surface clean, and that grip is even a hint tacky for an incredible grip to the horns. But not so much to be irritating.
There's a few really smart changes to these. Such as when putting them on, where the bottom of your wrist is, there is a small curved part with a single rib which eases putting them on. When it's time to take them off, two of the ends of the fingers have small circular tabs. Half of these tabs extend past the finger. These are for when you take the gloves off, you can simply grab one at a time and ease the gloves off.
The gloves are some sort of thin material, a soft cloth-like material on the back, and a rubberized material on the outward facing side, and they stay flat when riding. They even contribute to grip a little bit. Really smart.
Finally, the material on the side of the thumb is meant to wipe away small amounts of sweat off your lip or brow. The surface area of that is about triple what it was on my old pair. Very nice.