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Full-finger protection for all-day comfort.

If it’s just a little bit chilly outside, the Castelli Sessanta Donna Glove will help keep your fingers from freezing while you’re riding. The Clarino synthetic leather palm provides excellent grip and abrasion-resistance, and lateral padding keeps pressure off your nerves.

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Runs Small

These run a little smaller than the Roso Corsa gloves, but it could be because they are full finger. I have small hands but longer fingers maybe? They may stretch a little so I'll keep them, they'll work. They aren't weatherproof, but will work well for cooler weather. I have others I will wear if it's below 40 degrees. Otherwise, they are a quality glove with great style, even if they are a little pricey. Not much padding, but then again I'm probably not going to ride 100 miles in the cold. Castelli knows their stuff. They are cut to fit women's hands, not mens just made smaller like other gloves I have owned. And you can't beat Real Cyclist's customer service. They rock.