Santini Neo Blast Neoprene Gloves

Santini Neo Blast Neoprene Gloves
Santini Neo Blast Neoprene Gloves
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Neo Blast Neoprene Gloves by Santini
If your winter training regimen involves consistently battling frigid cold and unending rain, then you want something like the Santini Neo Blast Neoprene Gloves in your wardrobe to fend off frostbite and wet weather. Made from neoprene and boasting thermo-welded waterproof seams, these gloves are fully waterproof and windproof to protect your digits through the worst conditions. In addition to their wind and water-blocking power, these gloves feature just the right amount of stretch to move with your fingers for unimpeded braking and shifting out on the road. They're also breathable, which helps prevent overheating and clammy hand situations. At the palms, Santini injects anti-slip silicone for reliable grip that keeps your hands firmly planted on the bars through snow, rain, and sleet.

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SKU: SAN003W
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