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GiroCascade Glove

$49.95

Item # GIRZ31C

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Item # GIRZ31C
Description

Cascade Glove

Tech Specs
Material
[backhand, lining] Polartec® Windbloc®, DWR-treated [palm] fleece-lined Ax Suede, DWR-treated
Closure
slip-on with elastic cuff
Recommended Use
cycling, mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Size

Giro

Gloves
Men's
 XSSMLXLXXL
Palm Circumference

< 7in

(< 17.8cm)

7 - 8in

(17.8 - 20.3cm)

8 - 9in

(20.3 - 22.9cm)

9 - 9.75in

(22.9 - 24.8cm)

9.75 - 10.5in

(24.8 - 26.7cm)

10.5in+

(26.7cm+)

Palm-Fingertip Length

< 6.8in

(< 17.4cm)

6.8 - 7in

(17.5 - 18.0cm)

7 - 7.4in

(18.1 - 18.8cm)

7.4 - 7.8in

(18.9 - 19.9cm)

7.8 - 8.3in

(20.0 - 21.0cm)

8.3in+

(21.1cm+)

Women's
 SML
Palm Circumference

6.5 - 7.25in

(16.5 - 18.4cm)

7.25 - 8in

(18.4 - 20.3cm)

8 - 8.75in

(20.3 - 22.2cm)

Palm-Fingertip Length

6 - 6.3in

(15.3 - 16.0cm)

6.3 - 6.7in

(16.1 - 16.9cm)

6.7 - 7in

(17.0 - 17.7cm)

Youth
 XSSML
Palm Circumference

< 5.6in

(< 14.2cm)

5.6 - 6in

(14.2 - 15.2cm)

6 - 6.4in

(15.2 - 16.2cm)

6.4in+

(162cm+)

Palm-Fingertip Length

< 6.1in

(< 15.5cm)

6.1 - 6.3in

(15.5 - 16.0cm)

6.3 - 6.5in

(16.0 - 16.5cm)

6.5in+

(16.5cm+)

How to Measure:
Palm Circumference:
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
Palm-Fingertip Length:
Measure from the bend of your wrist to the tip of your middle finger.

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    >Rating: 4

    Good Chilly Weather Gloves

    Fit:
    True to size
    Size Bought
    Large

    I use these for chilly 40-55 degree days on the mountain and gravel bike. They are DWR treated, windproof, have a Polartec wool lining, and are touch screen compatible. What more can you ask for? You maintain great dexterity in these so shifting and braking is unaffected. That's not always the case with winter gloves. I normally wear Large in Giro gloves and these are no different.

    Giro advertises them for colder days. Do you think they would keep you warm down to 32?

    Hey Matthew, it really depends on the type of riding you are doing, the weather conditions, and how quickly your hands get cold. I personally would have cold hands at 32 degrees in these gloves and would want a heavier glove.