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Item # FXR0231
2011 This model is no longer in stock.
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Fox Racing Reflex Gel Fingerless Glove - Men's $0.00
Better than the song from the 80's.
You’ll dig the ample padding and dexterity of the Fox Men’s Reflex Gel Fingerless Glove whether you hammer singletrack on a daily or monthly basis. Padded synthetic leather palms prevent gravel from embedding itself in your skin, while the tight hook-and-loop closure keeps the glove from shifting. The Reflex Gel Glove also uses soft and cushy gel padding to ward off hand fatigue, and the fingerless design lets you pick bugs from your teeth without removing your mitts, giving you just enough time to bang out another run before darkness sets in.
Fox Racing Gloves and Socks
|Hand Length||7.2 - 7.4in
|7.4 - 7.6in
|7.6 - 7.9in
|7.9 - 8.1in
|8.1 - 8.3in
|8.3 - 8.6in
8.6 - 8.8in
|US Men's Shoe Size||5-8||9-13|
- How to Measure:
- Measure around the fullest part of the hand not including the thumb. If you're right handed, use your right hand and vice versa.
- Socks are measured in US Men's shoe sizes.
What community has to say
fox gloves rule
I usually prefer full finger mitts but they r too cumbersome to take off and put on when u need to whip out your iPhone to take a quick pic of the Sasquatch you just rode up on...anyway, these gloves r flippin sweet, they have just the right amount of gel for bar control, and the pull off tabs prevent the post ride tirade that ensues when all u wanna do is strip everything off and hop in the creek/pool/shower...much love for Fox...
Good basic glove. Haven't tried it in hot weather yet, but looks like it will do fine.
The finger loops for removal makes these gloves a cinch to take off- No more looking stupid at the end of a ride cause you can't get your gloves off! They ride a little high on the wrist but are comfortable. Great buy...
Fox Reflex Gel Fingerless Gloves
I use these daily on my 17 mile commute in the severe heat of Vegas and have had for about 200 miles so far. The white keeps the gloves fairly cool and they breathe well. Their fingerless so I guess they should!! The gel pad isn't that great and the gel in one glove has already rolled up into a ball instead of laying flat. Their ok gloves, nothing special.
Good For Hotter Weather
I bike in Utah, so a full fingered glove is a no-go unless it's April or October. This glove provides just the right amount of protection and ventilation for those 80 to 100 degree days. The gel inserts aren't as noticeable as I thought they would be and the glove does fit a bit on the big side. So, if you are in-between sizes, size down on this one.
The white looks a little dingy after a month of riding, but the gel pads are great at taking the sting out of big hits. The little loops on the top make taking the gloves off a breeze; I'm baffled why that feature isn't standard on ALL gloves!