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Not good for concealing fingerprints, but great for spinning.

Short-fingered gloves are by no means a must-have, in the realm of essential cycling gear, as the preference of wearing them on warmer rides tends to dramatically vary from rider to rider. A quick glance through the pro peloton will confirm this, as you'll notice some riders wearing, and others without gloves -- even on the daylong, bone-jarring Spring Classics. Understanding highly varied rider opinion, Capo took an entire year designing and perfecting their Enzo SF Cycling Gloves to appeal to even the most finicky cyclist.

The body of the Enzo SF Gloves is constructed using Capo's instantly-comfortable Enzo fabric. It's the same fabric used in their Roma jersey, and Capo takes advantage of the fabric's durability, lightness, and shape retention. On hot rides, Enzo will help the glove breathe and dump excess heat, but will hold that heat as you set out on cooler mornings. The palm of the Enzo glove utilizes Clarino -- a reliable synthetic leather that follows the same themes of breathability and comfort as the Enzo fabric. Stitched into the Clarino are carefully spaced dual-layer foam pads to relieve pressure on the ulnar nerves and dissipate road chatter in the bars without trapping airflow. But more importantly, the Enzo Glove is the sum of its parts, balancing a fine line between that sublime feeling of bar control, while still housing enough subtle padding for the longest of afternoon rides.

The Capo Enzo SF Glove uses a hook-and-loop closure in the wrist, and pull tabs sewn into the fingers to facilitate simple removal. It available in Black or White, and in sizes Small through X-Large.

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4 5

Seem fine to me!

After my wife crashed on her road bike and tore up her hands, I decided to start wearing gloves on my rides as a precaution. I love Capo's gear and decided to pick these gloves up. I own other gloves by Pearl Izumi and Champion Systems, and found these gloves to fit me well and also be durable. Perhaps there was a bad batch that the other reviews received, but I've used these gloves for a good 2 months and they show no signs of wear or tear. I would comment that I own the white model and it's impossible to keep the white fabric looking as new as when I took them out of the box. I wash all my gloves by hand as well.

The padding on these gloves are not extremely thick, but I'm not wearing gloves for padding, but merely some extra protection if I fall. I usualy find gloves annoying, but these are thinner and the velcro strap on top is not noticeble on my wrists. So these get my thumbs up and I expect to get several seasons out of them.

1 5

Not a good product

Bought these gloves hoping for similar quality as Capo clothing, so this was a huge disappointment. The pull-off loops are strips of grosgrain stitched horizontally across a couple of the fingers (not the usual loops between fingers). One tore away at the seam before I'd even used them -- when removing after trying them on to be sure they fit.

2 5

Must not be made by the same people

All my cycling gear is from Capo and I have come to trust them. But these gloves started to fall apart right away...

I can still use them, but they look like I've had them for 2 years.

2 5

Love Capo, but these fell apart in 2 weeks

First, let me start by saying that I take good care of all of my bike gear, maybe even OCD-quality. I have also absolutely enjoyed everything from Capo that I've purchased, however these gloves fell apart within 2 weeks of owning. The stitching in the palm started to unravel, followed by the pads coming out shortly thereafter. They fit well, and I hope I just had a bad batch, but I cannot recommend given my experience, especially at this price. My PI gloves have withstood much worse for much longer without a hitch, for half the price.

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I have to agree, the gloves fit great and feel great, but the two pairs I have had literally fell apart in all the ways that Brian described...

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I agree as well. The gloves fit great, and I like the lycra on the hand but they are totally falling apart now and I have done maybe 6 rides in them. The stitching is unraveling on the palms and with it goes some of the padding. I was actually looking at them in my LBS and saw a pair that was ripped on the shelf. Thinking that was just a bad pair, I bought them anyway but found the same to be true with mine. If you plan on wearing them only for special events then buy them, because they fit very well. But, they are definitely not everyday training gloves.