PEARL IZUMI GLOVES - SHORT FINGER
The Pearl Izumi Women's P.R.O. Pittards Gel Gloves offer you optimal performance on training or race days so you're not left with numb palms at the end of your ride. Strategically placed gel pads in the palms relieve pressure on your median and ulnar nerves and dampen road shock and vibration, thus ...read more
From the palm to your fingertips, every stich, panel, and material of the Pearl Izumi Women’s Elite Gel Vent Gloves is designed with comfort, performance, and durability in mind -- for cycling. And one result of this is Comfort Bridge Gel-Vent technology.Its soft gel padding relieves pressu ...read more
When you start logging serious miles, you need a pair of gloves that can keep up. Pearl Izumi created its new Elite Gel Full Finger Gloves with you in mind, updated with Pearl's new 1:1 padding arrangement. These gel pads were arranged to work in perfect harmony with the bony structure of your ...read more
Pearl Izumi's Divide Gloves protect your hands with tough synthetic leather palms and breathable Airprene inserts. This durable palm material handles months of abuse, but most importantly, it provides excellent bar feel. For this year's iteration, the padding was omitted in order to provide ...read more
There is good pain and there is bad pain. The good pain hits you right in your muscles. It feels like hard work and improvement; it feels like getting stronger. Bad pain slows you down and means stopping before you want to stop. Keep bad pain at bay in the Pearl Izumi Women’s Elite Gel Ve ...read more
A good glove does more than keeping your hand from slipping off the handlebar. Pearl Izumi's Women's Select Glove reduces fatigue by neutralizing vibration, protects your palm with tough synthetic leather, and lets cooling breezes come through to cool you down.
Why waste a gorgeous day inside at spin class when the Pearl Izumi Women's Attack Gloves call you to grab your cycling gear and head outside? Strategically placed padding creates bridges over both your median and ulnar nerves, thus dampening road shock and vibration so you can enjoy your ride ...read more