Sure, there are days that are too cold to ride, but if you have the Giro 100 Proof 2. 0 Glove, you can count those too-cold days on one hand, because these waterproof, breathable, and highly insulated lobster mitts will keep you protected when you really need it. With the extra-warm split-finger design, the 100 Proof's intent is crystal clear: to keep you riding when temperatures drop well below freezing. Its 135g of Polartec Power Fill insulation provides ample warmth without excess bulk, while the deep pile fleece lining keeps things toasty inside the glove. To keep the insulation working even when conditions are wet, the 100 Proof features an OutDry waterproof and breathable membrane to keep out water and wind, and a synthetic AX Suede palm that keeps you dry and provides lightweight abrasion resistance and palm padding. The 100 Proof gloves don't stop there. They have an extended cuff that keeps out drafts and stays warm even if it gets wet, and plenty of reflective detailing to help you stay visible when you're on the road. Giro also designed the glove with Touchscreen Technology, so you can check your ride stats without having to de-glove and risk freezing your fingers.
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Giro 100 Proof 2.0 Glove - Men's
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