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Giro DJ Gloves

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A durable glove designedTo fit well and builtTo handle shovels, grips, bailouts and more. The DJ is aTeam-driven evolution ofThe Xen glove, built for a supple feel with enough durability for all-day sessions and all-mountain riding.The Super Fit™ engineered Clarino™ palm isTailoredTo minimize bulk for enhanced bar feel and control, and matched with a breathable upperThat pops with color. Super Fit™ design withThree-panel palm for aTailored fit; Clarino™ synthetic leather for durability Upper: Mo

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