Castelli Rosso Corsa Pro Glove - Men's

Castelli Rosso Corsa Pro Glove - Men's
Castelli Rosso Corsa Pro Glove - Men's
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Rosso Corsa Pro Glove - Men's by Castelli
The Rosso Corsa Pro Glove from Castelli is designed to take the sting out of the roughest rides with its CDS gel padding and silicone grip offering more comfort and control. Castelli also engineered the glove with crash protection at the palm that wraps around the side of the hand with a highly abrasion-resistant material. The back of the hand and the cuff use a high-stretch material to reduce the amount of bulk and make the glove easier to put on and take off. Reflective piping on the back of the hand offers additional visibility to motorists in low light conditions. This glove is ideal for any cyclist who appreciates extra palm padding while tackling pockmarked pavement, gravel, or cyclocross.

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SKU: CST00QO
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