Troy Lee Designs GP Gloves

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MSRP : $34.00


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Grand Prix Painstakingly designedTo mimicThe human hands asThey rest onThehandlebar grips,TheTroy Lee Designs Grand Prix glove is so light,comfortable and cool running, one may be aptTo forgetThey haveThemon.Features: * Lightly padded single layer Clarino™ leather palm * Bio-foam protection onTop ofThe hand * Air-Prene provides cooling characteristics and a light non-restrictive fit * SoftTPR sonic-welds guard fingers from rocks and roost * Silicon applique on fingers and palm for improved


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jacques Pienaar a Weekend Warrior from Santiago, Chile, SA

Date Reviewed: November 23, 2009

Strengths:    Stitching and durability. Leather quality and rubber protection. Agressively looking

Weaknesses:    Some of the rubber protections came off after some time, but quality wise no defects after almost 3 years of use

Bottom Line:   
These gloves served me well over the 2 years. Worn them in all weather conditions from dust and rocks till rivers rain and mud. They held up in practically everything. Good quality leather, easily washable, great feel once put on. Would love another pair but these are not available in Chile. Recently got a pair of Giro Remedy's will see how they compare and write a review on them too.

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Favorite Trail:   Hacienda Las Varras

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $50.00

Purchased At:   Bike Shop in Argenti

Similar Products Used:   Various of Fox Gloves, Pawtector, Dirt Paw, Thor Core, Phase 4 & 5, Alpinestar, 661

Bike Setup:   09´Norco Fluid LT2

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