Product DescriptionThe Craft Bike Weather Gloves have been designed to be worn in the most demanding cold and wet conditions that you can find. Offering the ultimate protection against the wind and rain, they've been made soft and supple enough to remain comfortable and not be a hindrance when you need to grab a gel pack from your back pockets.The glove uppers have been made with a malleable and soft fabric so that you'll be able to move your hands naturally. Aiding in the perfect glove fit is the fact that Craft has pre-shaped them -- basically like they're gripped around your handlebars. And to keep that grip secure and comfortable, Craft used Cerino fabric. For those unfamiliar with Cerino, it's essentially a leather substitute that has the durability of leather and the suppleness of velvet. It also has a texture that will give you serious grip; even if your palms get wet, you won't need to worry about slipping around on the bars. To enhance the comfort level, shock-absorbing gel inserts have been strategically placed in the palms to protect pressure points from going numb over rough roads.To ensure that no wind or rain penetrates through the edges of the gloves, Craft has elasticized the cuffs for a snug fit at the wrists. You'll also notice that they extend high enough up the wrists to eliminate any gap between your gloves and jacket sleeves. Reflective print has been added to the uppers so that you can be as visible as possible when out near sunset. The Craft Bike Weather Gloves come in Black and in sizes X-Small through X-Large.
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