Gore Wear C5 Trail Glove - Men's

Gore Wear C5 Trail Glove - Men's
Gore Wear C5 Trail Glove - Men's
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C5 Trail Glove - Men's by Gore Wear
Enjoy warm summer slogs and quick after-work loops with the mountain biking-intended Gore Wear C5 Trail Glove. This lightweight glove features just enough low-profile padding to soak up vibrations from the trail and reduce fatigue, while still offering excellent bar feel and control. A combination of EVA and Gel padding on the palm with a reinforced fabric ensures cushioning and durability, while a breathable back-of-hand fabric manages moisture to help you stay cool. Box-and-roll fingertip construction encourages dexterity for solid grip and subtle control, and a silicone print on the fingers and palm helps you maintain a confident grip on your bike. Gore Wear also added touchscreen-compatible panels on the index fingers and thumbs to allow you to snap pics and activate your trail riding app without taking your glove off.

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SKU: GWR008N
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