Gore Bike Wear Oxygen Gloves

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MSRP : $55.95

Product Description

When you're racking serious time in the saddle and many miles on the road, you need a glove like the Gore Bike Wear Oxygen Glove to help you go the distance. Foam padding in the palm and a gel pad in the heel of the hand absorb shock and dampen road vibration so you can focus on what your legs are doing, and not how your hands and arms feel.

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