Pearl Izumi Amfib Gloves

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DESCRIPTION

These insulated gloves provide warmth without compromising dexterity--great for cycling or cross-country skiing.. Wind- and waterproof nylon/Lycra® spandex outer material stretches for a snug fit that is ideal for active outdoor sports. Durable leather palms with synthetic reinforcements offer a sure grip on handlebars or ski poles. Polyester fleece lining for lightweight yet warm insulation that wicks away moisture and dries quickly to keep your hands warm and comfortable. Terry cloth on index finger and thumb lets you wipe away moisture without removing gloves; ribbed cuff seals heat inside the glove. Contour palm and boxed-finger design provides a better fit and added durability.

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 25, 2008]
BADBOY ULTRA
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Warm. When it's cold. Cool even when you are off the ride.

Weakness:

none.

These are gloves for not only the pro but also the "hey it's too cold to ride, not" enthusiast. So go out and have a go and spite the cold. Just make sure to have other protective gear for the weather and not just the gloves.

Similar Products Used:

None

[Feb 09, 2003]
lumpy

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5

Nice glove. well insulated. xl fits my hands fine but its tight on the thumbs. excellent grip on palms. warm like a down comforter for your hand and it's not too bulky.

[Dec 12, 2004]
Gesang Aus Fingal
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Great gloves. Warm, durable, waterproof, and windproof.

Weakness:

Expensive and bulky.

These gloves are great gloves for any sport, with durable palms and waterproof and windproof capabilities. They are really warm. However, they are also pretty bulky. I use them for cycling and my friends started laughing and saying that they looked like ski gloves. Which they can be used for, of course. But their $65 price made me return them in favor of an inferior but less expensive option.

[Dec 10, 2004]
Al Osorio
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

They work. Do not restrict work to be done on handlebar and are good for Minus temps. They hardly show wear!

Weakness:

There just a little bulky, but for Winter so what.

What's more to say. I got this pair on a blow-out price box so maybe they are even like a 2002 model of Pearl's winter gloves. Anyway, they are well worth it and Pearl Izumi should get an award for making so many products everyone likes. Just got to get lucky and look for the sales.

Similar Products Used:

never used a real winter glove like this

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