Cold hands have caused too many rides to end prematurely, fingers clenched as we try to will warmth back to them after one lap too many of our favorite climb. Shimano's S-Phyre Thermal Gloves provide that needed insulation to keep riding through early winter's cool conditions. A brushed fabric provides loft to keep warm air next to your skin, while also allowing moisture to dissipate to prevent hands from feeling clammy. When the breeze picks up, the windproof back of the hand keeps us protected from the biting chill.
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