Castelli Rosso Corsa Espresso Glove - Men's

Castelli Rosso Corsa Espresso Glove - Men's
Castelli Rosso Corsa Espresso Glove - Men's
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Rosso Corsa Espresso Glove - Men's by Castelli
With the Rosso Corsa Espresso Glove, Castelli's main focus was making the glove easier to get on and off. To do so, the brand sought out high-stretch engineered materials and designed an easy to open cuff. It also identified key hand positions and strategically placed its Castelli Damping System, providing an extra layer of protection for the nerves in the hands and to help reduce road chatter. This addresses the common problem of occasional hand numbness associated with gripping the handlebar for extended periods of time. By mapping key parts of the hand, it's able to create the optimal level of protection shielding you from road vibration while also reducing bulk. Final details include the textured mesh construction and large thumb wipe area making this glove one of our favorites.

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