Fox Racing Ranger Gel Glove - Women's

Fox Racing Ranger Gel Glove - Women's
Fox Racing Ranger Gel Glove - Women's
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Ranger Gel Glove - Women's by Fox Racing
Berm blasting good times may leave a smile plastered on your face, but sometimes they come with a toll of numb hands that ache from trail chatter. Let the Fox Racing Ranger Gel Gloves take the sting out of rowdy trails, with a supportive fit and TruGel strategically placed padding on the palm to cushion your grip. The Ranger Gel Gloves are built for comfort all day, with 4-way stretch polyester construction that moves with you, and silicone grip on the thumb and fingers for a tactile feel on your shifter and brakes. Compression molded cuff pair up with a hook-and-loop closure for a secure fit, and conductive threads are added to the thumb and index finger for touch screen compatibility.

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