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- ASIN: B004N62I7U
- Item model number: 14341105
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (353 customer reviews)
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Pearl Izumi Men's Thermal Lite Glove
$15.00 - $29.19
- PRO thermal Lite fabric provides optimal warmth in mild conditions
- Silicone screened finger tips for a performance grip
- Lightweight and Packable
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Thermal Lite Gloves are ideal as a cool weather glove or layered as a liner in colder conditions.
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Thermal Lite Glove Thermal Lite Gloves are ideal as a cool weather glove or layered as a liner in colder conditions PRO thermal Lite fabric provides optimal warmth in mild conditions Silicone screened finger tips for a performance grip Reflective elements for low-light visibility Lightweight and Packable
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Top Customer Reviews
-- The material is as thin as you could hope for, allowing a full range of motion for your fingers without sacrificing wind-protection;
-- The silver-grey patterning that you see in the photo is a grip-coating that eliminates the danger of brake-handles slipping
I've found these to be exceptional gloves for cool conditions (40-50 degrees Fahrenheit). They do what they are supposed to, keeping hands shielded from wind, but they are so thin and grippy that you can easily pull change out of a trouser pocket.
The main drawback is that they don't have any velcro on the wrist to hold them in place. Since they have a close fit, I've dealt with this by wearing a pair of mesh gloves with velcro wrists over them. Doing this holds them in place just fine, but it covers the reflectors on the outside of the hand.
Overall, for the price, this shortcoming didn't dissuade me, and if money is any issue, it shouldn't be a deal-breaker. However, if you're willing to pay a bit more, I imagine you could get something that doesn't overlook this crucial feature in a cycling glove.