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Craft Elite Gel Glove $0.00
Maybe little balls of hail were enough to send your buddies scrambling, but you can bike in that.
When the rest of your cycling club can't hack the cold north winds and unruly weather of springtime in the Rockies, put your Craft Elite Gel Glove on and give them the finger as you pedal off into the melee.
- Lightweight mesh fabric provides optimal ventilation while polyamide fabric has been brushed with a soft inner coating for insulation
- Silicon-printed clarino palm increases grip and moisture transport
- Thin gel inserts and minimal padding protect pressure points and won't inhibit handlebar control
- Soft terry on thumb for wiping away sweat and big nasty boogers
Reviews & Community
To begin with, this is not a gel glove. There's no gel to be felt, nor is it mentioned anywhere on the packaging.
I've only taken it on a 7-mi ride but it's clear this pair won't be my favorite (although I only have one other pair - a Pearl Izumi Pittards Gel). Grip in the hoods is not good! The material bunches up in the palm area (the gloves are size small); the area between thumb and forefinger is made of nice suede-like material but it crinkles as well.
I got it as a freebie with Craft bibs otherwise it would be on its way back.
Is the Craft Elite Gel Glove a men's...
Is the Craft Elite Gel Glove a men's specific? The free glove doesn't come in his size so I was going to order it in my size. I wear a size M in women's.
Perfect glove for your next ride through hell.
Craft has perfected the summer glove. Minimal padding (which I like), highly breathable, and smart design. No numbness or complaints!
very different glove
I got this as a free gift for buying a Craft jersey. First off, you can't see from the stock picture, but there isn't the normal strap at the rist that most gloves have. This is kinda annoying since I've come accustom to having the strap, but I'm getting used to it.
Apart from my small annoyance, the gloves are awesome. They keep your hands dry, have enough grip for control (but not overdone like cheaper gloves), and since they're so thin (but durable) they feel amazing. Craft makes great products.