Protect your fingers and keep them warm with these insulated MTB gloves.. Two-layer looped fabric simultaneously wicks and insulates. Anatomically pre-curved finger construction for an easy fit around handle bars. Washable, breathable and water-resistant Pittards Lineman leather palm overlay grips even in wet weather. Protective PVC padding on back of hand features strategic breaks for flexibility. For gripping and shifting, the palm's open- and closed-cell foam padding varies in relation to the hand's natural pressure and contact points. Absorbent dual-layer terry thumb.
a Cross Country Rider
from grand rapids
Date Reviewed: April 21, 2010
Strengths: good fit, durable, well made, good materials
Weaknesses: none so far
good quality cool weather glove, i like the long wrist coverings. have used the last two fall/winter/springs and they do a great job, biggest thing is to cut the wind from freezing your hands and these do a good job. not bulky, very comfy
:) Are there any water proof shoes suitable for flat peddles out there?
5:10 seem to get waterlogged and become very heavy and take a long time to dry.
what about over shoes options?
any recommendation a help :thumbsup:Read More »
For those that have never had the pleasure to race in the snow, take a look at [url=http://www.shorthillscyclingclub.com]SHORTHILLS CYCLING CLUB[/url] 's FROSTBIKE winter mountain bike race
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I last rode in USA back in September, and since I got back home to England, the weathers been terrible Rain Rain and maybe some snow
I'd only been out on my MTB about 6 times since that trip due to local trails being a chalky claggy bog fest
And now in March it even started to snow , so to get awa ... Read More »
I have not found a topic that would lean more towards MTB riding rather than Road riding.
What jackets are you using? It will be ridden below 0*C down to -15*C
I am looking at Gore Tool, Castelli Espresso Due and Capo Padrone along many others in this pricerange. All more tailored towards roa ... Read More »
This March my wife and I are looking to take a week trip to someplace in the US, where we can mountain bike, and where it will be at least a bit warmer.
Vegas is a consideration as travel cost and hotel rates seem relatively low, and we expect it'll be warmer there than most other places in the U ... Read More »