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Pow Gloves Mustacheo Glove $0.00
Who wants a mustache ride?
In addition to keeping your hands on your bars (which helps keep your teeth where they belong), the POW Mustacheo Glove also boosts your man-status with a printed mustache on the index finger. Go from clean-faced shredder to creepy McGee just by lifting a finger, and then once you frighten all the hikers off the trail you can steer your big bad bike with the glove's clarino palm print enhancing your grip.
- Softshell and nylon backhand breathe as you rage over rocks and roots so you don't get clammy and uncomfortable
- A slip neoprene cuff doesn't cover more than necessary but stays put for long downhills
Reviews & Community
too warm and slippery fingers
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
not breathable, so probably good for me for cooler weather only. and the placement of the sticky bit on the finger tip is all wrong for me. so my index finger slips off the brake lever too much. they're going to make some pimpy gardening gloves.
PC Bike Park
The rubberized pattern makes for a good grip but with the foam padding in the thumb makes the glove unbreathable.
I bought them in New Orleans, definitely not the place for them. Even in windy SF, I find them a little too sweaty.
The Pow Mustacheo are amazing. They are thin, lightweight and have a nice suede, leather palm for durability. They palm also has the crazy sticky rubber for gripping your board. They do keep your hands pretty warm until they get wet. I was wearing them in pretty cold conditions and as long as they were dry they worked perfect. The moooostache on each index finger is a nice touch.
These gloves are surprising durable. They have lasted me a couple seasons of hard use and I can't complain about the gloves at all. The stache is a bonus for ID pics.
Never having been able to grow a mustache, these gloves are a personal fave. These are great for spring days, but I wear them on the way to class in the morning, or on the drive up to the mountain. Had em a whole season and the palm grip still hasn't started to wear off.