Karma All-Mountain gloves offer a lightweight, cool, andTailored connection between you and your bike. Direct-inject ribs give protectionToThe middle and index fingers, while silicon beads giveThem a positive lever feel. Reinforced lower/outside impact area. MadeTo matchThe Karma All-Mountain jerseys and shorts.Sizing: Measure your hand aroundThe widest part (top of palm, aroundThe knuckle area)UseThis chart as a guideTo sizing: S M L XL XXL 7" 8" 9" 10" 11"
a Weekend Warrior
from Tucson, AZ USA
Date Reviewed: November 21, 2010
Weaknesses: I received this glove and couldn't believe it. It looked like a wallyworld glove with a patch sewed over the palm. No padding in the palm or anywhere. This was a bad joke.
In the same order I purchased a RockGardn Landing Zone Knee/Shin Guard. This product exceeds my expectations and is first rate. I'm surprised RockGardn would put their name on the gloves.
Don't waste your time with the gloves but check out their knee and shin guards.
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