Giro Remedy X2 Glove - Men's

Giro Remedy X2 Glove - Men's
Giro Remedy X2 Glove - Men's
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Remedy X2 Glove - Men's by Giro
From epic trail rides to rowdy downhill runs, the Giro Remedy X2 Glove is optimized for the demands of mountain biking with its full-finger coverage and shock absorption. Poron XRD protection remains flexible until impact, at which point it stiffens up to disperse damaging forces from crushing your hand. This impact-absorbing material is placed along the knuckles, outer panels, and bottom, helping your hands survive the rigors of nasty crashes and trail-scraping slides. Although it's equipped with impact protection, the Remedy X2 retains excellent bar feel with its AX Suede synthetic leather palm. This smooth-wearing fabric maintains comfort and flexibility desired for long days on the trail. Lightweight, four-way stretch uppers emphasize breathability, so your hands don't soak in perspiration. Double-stitched seams withstand the stress and abrasion of trail riding.

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SKU: GIR00E8
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