Pearl Izumi Lobster Gloves

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Ripping down the pavement at 30mph can get cold, so reach for the insulated Pearl Izumi Pro Lobster Bike Glove when you need the warmth of a mitten and the dexterity of a glove. A glove leaves you fingers alone to fend for themselves in the chill, and a mitten makes it almost impossible to simultaneously brake AND hold onto your bars. Enter the Lobster Glove, which features a durable leather palm and a waterproof insert to fend off the gnarliest riding conditions from late fall until early spring.

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