Product DescriptionLet's face it, winter mountain bike trails can be a cruel mistress. Constantly beckoning, yet often offering complete suffering by means of mud, water and sub-freezing temps. But if you stick it out, the rewards are oh-so-sweet. There's nothing quite like being the only person on the trail in mid-January when most folks are home watching Kranked 7 for the fifteenth time. The new Endura Deluge Glove gives you yet one more tool to stoke the fire. This seam sealed breathable glove is the ultimate in wind and waterproof protection. The exterior of the Deluge glove is wrapped in a Cordura/Supplex blend. This combination offers protection in a stretchable, abrasion resistant shell. A seam sealed internal membrane separates the shell from the soft fleece interior. Silicone grippers line the fingers and palm for a non slip grip. Terry sweat wipe runs the length of the glove. Unique to the Deluge Glove, Endura uses a stretch neoprene double cuff design. The first cuff is adjustable with a Velcro closure and a snug second cuff continues another inch and half up the forearm to lock out pesky drips and drafts. You simply won't find a more durable, all-weather glove for the price. And you can always re-watch your videos when you get home. The Endura Deluge Glove is available in sizes Small through XL.
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