Fox Racing Defend Glove - Women's

Fox Racing Defend Glove - Women's
Fox Racing Defend Glove - Women's
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Defend Glove - Women's by Fox Racing
Fox Racing's Defend Glove for Women offers the perfect mix of lightweight top hand material and a minimal, yet highly durable palm. Additionally, protective rubber inserts on the back of the glove shield your hands from overgrown trails or unexpected run-ins with tree branches and scrub oak. Fox uses 4-way stretch construction for the Defend Glove to ensure comfort and mobility when you're out on the trails for hours at a time. Stretch mesh finger gussets improve airflow, and Clarino is used on the palm to provide durability, breathability, and excellent bar feel. There are silicone-dotted fingertips for lever grip, and a low-profile hook-and-loop cuff closure that stays out of the way.

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SKU: FXR032V
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