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POW Slick Gloves

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As you roll into the next drop on your mechanized steed, the lightweight Pow Slick Glove ensures that your hands don't slip and cause you to take a bite of your handlebars. The breathable corded nylon backhand welcomes the fresh air as you haul-balls through the trees, and the grippy synthetic leather palm and fingers help you hang onto your well-oiled machine as it snakes through over the long, winding single track.

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