Giro Trail Builder Glove - Men's

Giro Trail Builder Glove - Men's
Giro Trail Builder Glove - Men's
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Trail Builder Glove - Men's by Giro
Giro's Trail Builder Glove came to life after they noticed many of their trail builder friends using their beloved DND riding gloves on dig days. They immediately saw the need for a tougher, more protective glove designed to hold up to the rigors of trail maintenance while remaining practical enough to ride in. The result is a glove that can handle shovels, rakes and saws as comfortably and capably as a handlebar, thanks to the Laredo microsuede palm and reinforced fourchettes. And with attention to detail like added backhand protection and extra absorbent Terry for wiping sweat, it's all you need for your best days on the trail.

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SKU: GIR00KQ
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