Giro Neo Blaze Glove - Men's

Giro Neo Blaze Glove - Men's
Giro Neo Blaze Glove - Men's
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Neo Blaze Glove - Men's by Giro
On some winter rides, a soft, insulating pair of gloves is exactly what you want -- especially if you're doing steady base miles without much change in pace or terrain. But when you're racing in the cold and need to protect your hands without compromising control in the cockpit, reach for Giro's Neo Blaze Gloves. Made with waterproof neoprene fabric on the main body, the gloves use functional materials to keep water and wind out while remaining as streamlined as possible. An extended cuff allows you to maintain coverage under your jacket or jersey, and glued seams throughout ensure no amount of winter's worst will penetrate the gloves.

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SKU: GIR00CC
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