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POW Skinny Gloves

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Before you hit that jump line behind your buddy's house, you may want to slip on the POW Skinny Glove to combat the hand sweat and condensation that has built up from drinking in the mid-day summer sun. The grippy print on the clarino palm keeps your hands in contact with your handlebars so you don't knock all your teeth out and ruin the bike park party. An elastic cuff slips on easily and secures the glove and the breathable corded nylon backhand prevents overheating as you wait for your buddy Roger to crawl away from the landing after a huge spill.

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