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We prefer gloves that are protective without getting in the way. The Endura Singletrack gloves perform this feat very well. The "suedette" palm, aka washable faux-suede, has a single layer for the fingers, doubles up under the knuckles, singles out again in the middle of the palm, and then holds in place the thin, dense pad at the heel of the palm. This material is also wrapped over the area between the thumb and index finger, where we typically get jammed with controls and other handlebar-mounted gadgets. On the palm are silicone gripper zones, not many, but just enough to hold the hand in place gently. The back has a synthetic terry-cloth zone starting at the tip of the index finger and running all the way down the back of the glove. The other fingers and back of the hand are covered by a tough, breathable four-way stretch mesh. The Endura logo is screen on in reflective material. The glove pull at the bottom is made from neoprene. The glove is secured into place via a Velcro strap that goes on the palm side of the hand -- better for not getting caught on stuff your hand might brush in the thick of things. The color is Black. The Endura Singletrack glove is available in sizes from Small through XXL.

Tech Specs

mesh, terry
Recommended Use:
mountain biking

Size chart



Endura Accessories
Socks / Booties
US Shoe Size5.5-6.57.5-8.59-10.511-12
Euro Shoe Size37-3940-4243-4546-48
Hand Circumference6-7in
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.

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Needs refinement

    This is the 4th pair of full-fingered gloves I've owned. There is a lot of ingenuity going on over there at Endura, but I feel the Singletrack gloves could use some improvements before they become my favorite.First, my likes: I love the terrycloth wipe along the side of the index finger. The wipe I think is a too-often-overlooked feature in a lot of MTB gloves. (unfortunately I've become so accustomed to other gloves having this on the thumb, that I usually wipe with my thumb first then go, "oh yeah"...) The aesthetic design is nice and simple. The velcro strap on the underside of wrist is a great touch so it doesn't bunch up on top. The velcro itself feels different than most - more heavy duty. You get the feeling that this velcro won't "fluff" as easily. And mostly - the glove overall is built tough. You get the feeling the very first time you try them on. You can feel that these will take all kinds of abuse and smile at it.What I don't like is unfortunately a deal-breaker for me. The leather on the palm. It bunches up right below where your fingers connect to your hand when you curl your fingers around the grips. It makes it uncomfortable. The best palm on a glove I've used is on the Giro Remedy. That glove suffers from other issues but that's all for a different time & review. Secondly - the breathability. These gloves aren't excessively hot, but they're not close to as breathable as Giro Remedies or Fox Digits.Overall, I think this is a GOOD product, but would love for Endura to work on the fit a little bit better.

    There is now an updated version of this glove which I just purchased for the same price at local bike shop. I have only worn on 1 ride so far. The issues the above review seem to have been improved on and I find the glove to be very comfortable. The velcro strap has been eliminated/ replaced with elastic band which I like. Early to tell but durability is questionable as I notice very slight fraying of the (leather?) on the palm between the silicone pads, also hint of fraying on the top of index finger. Comfortable but way overpriced (like all cycling products these days)