Gore Bike Wear Universal Gloves

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If you're not looking for anything fancy, but just a simple, straightforward glove that gets the job done, then you're looking for the Gore Bike Wear Universal Glove. A stretchy nylon-elastane blend glove offers warmth and protection, while silicone pads on the fingers and palm give you a better grip. What more do you need Oh yeah, how about a reflective logo for better visibility Done.

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