Louis Garneau Roubaix Gloves

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Ideal for conditions down to 2 degrees Farenheit (-15?C), the Louis Garneau Roubaix Glove is specifically designed for racing with silicone-printed palms for sufficient grip, microfiber thumb, and curved neoprene cuff.

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