Craft of Sweden Active Bike Cycling Gloves - Fingerless (For Women)
About Craft of Sweden Active Bike Cycling Gloves - Fingerless (For Women)
Closeouts. Craft of Sweden's Active Bike cycling gloves have gel inserts for protection from impact and vibration and breathable, stretchy mesh fabric on top.
Specs about Craft of Sweden Active Bike Cycling Gloves - Fingerless (For Women)
- Palm: 60% polyester, 30% nylon, 10% polypropylene
- Fabric: 80% nylon, 20% spandex (color 02)
- Weight: 1 oz.
- Care: Spot clean
- Made in Pakistan
- Visit our Cycling Gear Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by lovin' it from Missouri on Tuesday, October 9, 2012I loved that this glove also helped with grip. It has cushions and a fleece thumb to wipe sweat.
- Best Uses: Biking
- Cons: Trying To Cut Off Tag
- Pros: Also Has Grips On Palms, Breathes, Cushions well, Fleece Thumb, Not Fake Suede
Verified Buyer Reviewed by buddychazmac from brooklyn, ny on Monday, October 8, 2012gloves are great for short-to-medium distance rides. haven't used them yet in 65+ mile rides, but don't see how they'd perform worse on longer rides. very comfortable on hand. don't really notice them during rides except for fact your hands don't hurt.
twice finger pulls have separated from glove. it's annoying but hasn't affected performance of glove yet.
- Best Uses: 15-65 Mile Ride
- Cons: 2x Finger Pulls Detach
- Pros: Comfortable, Effective Padding, Hardly Notice On Hand
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wardensia from Chicago IL on Sunday, September 23, 2012My impression of these gloves was that they would not stand up to hard use, and that -- because of the abundant use of plastic (on the palms, at the wrist) -- I wouldn't enjoy wearing them even if they did. The online photograph was too indistinct to evaluate the gloves' construction before purchase.
Because I didn't actually test the gloves, I've raised my initial rating of them from one star to two.
- Best Uses: Well-fitting
- Cons: Far Too Much Plastic, Flimsy construction
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