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Gore WearC7 Pro Glove - Men's

$49.95

Item # GWR008K

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Item # GWR008K
Description

C7 Pro Glove

Sure, you wouldn't want to ride barehanded, but you do want the feeling of your bars under your hands to be nearly seamless. The Gore Wear C7 Pro Glove is designed to give you unparalleled bar feel thanks to its single layer palm and ultralight construction. Synthetic material manages perspiration, and a mesh backing maximizes airflow to keep your hands cool. Pre-shaped fingers and box-and-roll fingertips maximize your dexterity without adding bulk, and the gloves are optimized for use with touchscreen devices so you don't have to remove them every time you stop to check your phone.

  • Ultra-light, minimalist gloves for riding with in-tune feeling
  • Single-layer palm for natural bar feel and grip
  • Pre-shaped fingers offers exceptional dexterity
  • Touchscreen-compatible to keep you connected during the ride
  • Mesh backing increases airflow for cool comfort on hotter days

Tech Specs
Material[back hand] 82% nylon, 18% elastane, [palm] 70% polyester
Closureslip-on, Lycra cuff
Recommended Usecommuting, road cycling, time trial
Manufacturer Warranty6 months

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>Rating: 2

Glove without a purpose

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
5` 8"
Weight
150 lbs

I don’t understand this product. I thought that since it was a Gore product, it would have some degree of wind proofing, but it’s actually a super-breathable product. It’s not appropriate for cycling in temperatures below 55 degrees or so. I don’t know why you would want a glove with full-fingers in warmer weather. Also, the gloves work with my mobile phone, but not very well.