Pearl Izumi P.R.O. AmFIB Lobster Glove - Men's

Pearl Izumi P.R.O. AmFIB Lobster Glove - Men's
Pearl Izumi P.R.O. AmFIB Lobster Glove - Men's
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P.R.O. AmFIB Lobster Glove - Men's by Pearl Izumi
Everybody likes having warm fingers, and most people like lobster, so it stands to reason that most people will also be fans of the Pearl Izumi P. R. O. AmFib Lobster Cycling Gloves. Pearl updates this classic style by constructing it from DWR-coated P. R. O. Softshell, which repels water while maintaining exceptional breathability, and stuffing it full of low-bulk Primaloft Gold synthetic insulation. The insulation and soft fleece lining will stay warm even if they get wet, while the durable Clarino palm is flexible but abrasion resistant. By using the lobster-claw design, Pearl made this version warmer than the classic AmFib, too. The hook-and-loop cuff closure keeps heat in and water out, and the soft microfleece thumb panel provides a perfect surface for nose and goggle wiping.

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