Pearl Izumi Gel-Lite Race Gloves

DESCRIPTION

With Direct-Vent padding in the palm, a stretch nylon/spandex back in your choice of four colors, and contrast stitching the Gel-Lite Race Glove is easy on the hands and stylish.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 04, 2009]
Anonymous
Weekend Warrior

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Strength:

Better than no gloves

Weakness:

the cloth on the palm started tearing apart after just four rides.

I would look at other gloves before getting these. I have other products from this brand that are great, just not these gloves.

Similar Products Used:

none

[Nov 07, 2008]
halpo
Cross Country Rider

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Strength:

I couldn't find any

Weakness:

everything, Cloth, Gell is tough.

Used for three days before they completely fell apart. Big holes on the front and back of the thumb, and the CLOTH pad was wearing thin across the palm. Don't waste your money.

Similar Products Used:

Lake gloves, Airius gloves

[Sep 08, 2007]
John
Cross Country Rider

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Strength:

Comfortable.

Weakness:

Wears out extremely quickly.

These gloves developed several small holes over the course of one season due to the soft material used for the palms. Even after one ride I noticed that bits from the palm were already wearing off!! Avoid these gloves, they are not even suitable for road riding.

I have since replaced the gloves with Perl Izumi Pittards Carbon gloves which are great because the palm is made from leather.

Similar Products Used:

Old Specialized gloves, Perl Izumi Pittards Carbon.

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