Castelli CW 6.1 Cross Glove

Castelli CW 6.1 Cross Glove
Castelli CW 6.1 Cross Glove
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CW 6.1 Cross Glove by Castelli
Gravel and cross riding come with different demands than life on the tarmac, so its only logical that you'd reach for a pair of gloves that are tuned to your needs, like the Castelli CW 6. 1 Cross Glove. These versatile gloves offer must more silicone on the palm than your go-to road mitts, since things can get wet, wild, and exceptionally rough when you stray from the pavement. They're crafted from a lightweight and breathable synthetic that's ideal for wicking away perspiration, while vented fingers improve airflow, and a perforated palm fights sweat, while packing in Castelli's damping system padding at the median nerve to absorb harsh chatter from rowdy conditions, and prevent numbness, pins and needles, and fatigue.

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SKU: CST00TZ
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