Molded neoprene over the knuckles and on the wrist provides comfort, protection and flexibility. The fingertips feature plenty of silicone rubber for maximum grip. The cuff is lined and keeps out cold, water and wind. A water resistant and breathable liner makes this the perfect fit for your cold, wet winter riding.
a Cross Country Rider
from Chicago, IL
Date Reviewed: January 12, 2010
Strengths: Warm, durable, and at a good price.
Weaknesses: can catch on your wrist watch (simple solution, take off the watch).
I got a pair of these when I was still in Wisconsin, and I must say they are the best gloves I ever had. Very warm, and durable. The only reason I had to get another pair was the fact I was stupid enough to loose a glove. In addition to how great they are is that they tend to run at a pretty good price. I have never seen them over $30, and I just got my second pair for $25. So, what are you waiting for? Get them, and you wont regret it.
Hi all I have decided to take my blizzard out of civic duty as the family grocery getter and return it to its glory days as a very fun mountain bike. I started out with a new cassette, chain and front sprockets. Added some new tires, brake pads, ordered a new stem, handlebar and grips. Also have som ... Read More »
Hey everyone, I acquired a 1992 Blizzard last year from a work colleague who needed to shed a few bikes. It needed some love but was mechanically and structurally sound. As the Blizzard was the bike I wanted but couldn't afford when I started riding in the early 90's, it was a no-brainer to restor ... Read More »
Sunday was Dakota Ridge and Matthew/ Winters its been over 4 years since last hitting those trails.
Monday afternoon was Nice Kitty, Co Trail and Shigle mill up at buff creek
Back on the front range riding stokage level set at 11 just in time for a stormRead More »
It was like this...with Bsoft and Homegrown
and it got weird just like that
But then it got good again
and all windy like
and back to the fluffy goodness
Where snow angels were made
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