Castelli Leggenda Polartec® Bike Gloves (For Men)

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About Castelli Leggenda Polartec® Bike Gloves (For Men)

Closeouts. Castelli Leggenda bike gloves are warm performers for winter road rides. The exterior features two-layer windproof, water-resistant stretch fabric and the interior is lined with Polartec® Power Dry® microfleece.


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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sid77 from NJ on Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Tried these gloves out on a chilly morning ride...45 degrees & pretty crisp pace...these gloves performed great! Nicely padded with gel for shock absorbsion, fleece lined for warmth & grippy rubber on your palms for more control. They nearly performed TOO well, and I was glad I brought my usual fin... Read More
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About Castelli

Whether you’re a dyed-in-the-wool racer or a weekend warrior, Castelli cycling apparel is engineered to provide unmatched fit and exceptional performance in the saddle. Founded in Italy by Armando Castelli, this brand has been outfitting cyclists with cutting-edge products for more than seventy years. Today, Castelli bib shorts, cycling tights, jerseys, jackets and accessories are trusted by some of the best athletes in the sport, including the entire Cannondale Pro Cycling Team. If you’re looking for cycling clothing that is built on decades of innovation and a true racing pedigree, consider choosing Castelli jerseys, bike shorts and bib tights. These products are so well designed, it’s almost an unfair advantage.