Castelli Entrata Glove - Men's

Castelli Entrata Glove - Men's
Castelli Entrata Glove - Men's
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Entrata Glove - Men's by Castelli
Keep your kit stylish from the tips of your fingers to the bottom of your soles with the Castelli Entrata Gloves. These ultra-light gloves pair perfectly with your Entrata jersey, and offer you just enough coverage to keep you comfortable on the bars, without overheating when the temperatures soar in the hottest months. The back of the hands are crafted from a lightweight synthetic that aids in moisture transfer, while tiny perforations allow cool air to move inside, helping you drop heat on the ride. Synthetic palms stand up to long days on the bike, while medium-density foam cushions you from harsh vibrations on the road, helping to not just keep you comfortable, but reduce fatigue along the way.

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SKU: CST00KO
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