Pearl Izumi Men's Pro Softshell Lite Glove
|Price:||$25.99 - $55.00|
- Read the care content label on the inside of your garment for specific instructions; use simple detergents with no additives.
- The sleekest, fastest cool weather glove available features Pittards Carbon Leather for optimal handlebar feel without sacrificing back of hand warmth.
- Gear designed and constructed to fit perfectly to the body in motion. The perfect balance of anatomic fit, performance engineered materials and the personal interface between athlete and gear.
- Our 4 core fabric technologies (Transfer, Barrier, Thermal and Softshell ) create a system that works to help you maintain the perfect temperature for the weather conditions and activity range day in and day out
- Pearl Izumi product is built to last the lifetime of the garment, and this is how long we will stand behind it. Product purchased from an authorized dealer or retailer is fully warranted to the original owner against defects in materials and workmanship
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Top Customer Reviews
Other than that, it's a pretty basic glove. It's got great reflective highlights and the fuzzy part is great for nasal drip. Pearl Izumi continues to be my favorite bike gear source!
I've begun to use these ski touring as well and as a light glove on warmer ski days (just below 0°C) and absolutely love them. Super dextrous compared to a regular ski glove (even my Hestras which are fantastic), and incredibly breathable. My hands are generally quite warm though, so this may not apply to all. Other guys I ride with as well tend to have thicker gloves on the 5°C days but I am ok in these. If your hands do get cold though these still make a great fall/spring glove.
Update; NOT WATERPROOF. hands were still warm though. not a rain glove whatsoever
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not warm enough. Should have known from "lite" description. It's getting cold here in NJ and I need a warmer glove.Published 10 months ago by Roberta Hantman
Great quality glove and I can operate my smart phone with the finger tips. The fit was a bit too big, but maybe I have small hands.Published 18 months ago by Charles Masters
This is being used to keep hands warm biking around campus during winter season. It has good windbreaking factor. Flexible for this purpose, better than biking gloves.Published on February 17, 2014 by CM
I got these for layering under fingerless gloves in the winter while I cycle (which is my main form of transportation). Read morePublished on December 9, 2013 by Carleen
Waiting for the weather to turn really cold so that I could test the full capacity of the gloves outPublished on October 28, 2013 by Pieter J. Jooste