Castelli Dolcissima 2 Glove - Women's

Castelli Dolcissima 2 Glove - Women's
Castelli Dolcissima 2 Glove - Women's
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Dolcissima 2 Glove - Women's by Castelli
Designed as a minimalist glove to protect your hands comes the Dolcissima 2 Glove from Castelli. It features a breathable, engineered mesh backing to wick away moisture and add breathability while a silicone printed palm improves your grip and control. The Dolcissima 2 uses a simple pull-on design and incorporates a central pull tab for easy removal.The padding consists of the Castelli Damping System, designed and engineered to reduce discomfort and numbness associated with grabbing the handlebar for extended periods of time. Castelli carefully mapped key parts of the hand in order to create optimal protection from steady road vibrations. The end result is a unique palm construction that features a combination of protective materials and cushioning foams.

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SKU: CST00RD
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