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  • Giro Xen Glove Front
  • Giro Xen Glove Palm
  • Giro Xen Glove Bright Lime/Black
  • Giro Xen Glove Blue Jewel/Black
  • Giro Xen Glove Titanium/Flame
  • Giro Xen Glove Black
  • Giro Xen Glove Front
  • Giro Xen Glove Palm

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  • Giro Xen Glove Bright Lime/Black
  • Giro Xen Glove Blue Jewel/Black
  • Giro Xen Glove Titanium/Flame
  • Giro Xen Glove Black

Giro Xen Glove


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    Take deep breaths.

    When you're getting ready for a full day on the trails, hands are often the last thing to think about. But even though they aren't providing the power for your ride, they're how you control shifting, braking, and steering — not to mention, they're the first part of your body to take a hit when you clip a low-hanging tree branch. Giro's Xen Gloves take hand protection to the next level, with plenty of DH-ready padding and XC-caliber breathability.

    The gloves' upper is covered by Giro's sonic-welded armor, which is accented by breathable mesh to keep your hands protected and cool. At the heel of your palm, Poron XRD padding is soft until impact, at which point it stiffens to keep your palms from getting shredded when you go over the bars. Flex zones at the knuckles and silicone print at the fingertips keep your digits dexterous and your braking reliable, respectively, and the three-piece Super Fit Clarino palm is hooked up with 2mm Technogel padding to reduce vibrations without making it feel like you're gripping your bars while wearing mittens.

    • Item #GIR00C8

    Tech Specs

    [palm] Clarino synthetic leather, [upper] mesh
    2mm Technogel
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    2nd pair & seams failing after 2 rides

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Punchline: I'm done w/ Giro gloves 'till they learn to make a MTB glove that lasts more than a couple weeks.
    When you try Giro gloves on in the shop, it is evident that they are good at making form-fitting, comfortable, well-ventilated gloves.
    What you will not learn 'till you buy them, unfortunately, is that they are lousy at quality control & selecting materials that can withstand day-to-day on the dirt.
    I have an older pair of Giro Xens that used a laughably-thin mesh between fingers that tore when you looked at it crosswise. I liked the fit, so I kept on taping over the tears w/ tenacious tape and rode 'em 'till the velcro fell off (30 pieces of tape later.) Against my better judgement, I decided to try this latest version of the Xen because my other gloves lacked any back-of-hand protection.
    After just 2 rides, I already had my first seam fail between the perforated faux-leather and the terry portion that wraps the back of the thumb.
    I decided to just put a big piece of Tenacious Tape over the entire inside-half of the palm on both gloves both to repair this damage, and because the paper-thin single layer of this pleather material would have offered next to zero protection in a crash anyway.
    Strange that Giro can make such great helmets, but such lousy gloves

    Good Gloves, size up

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: L

    I generally wear a L glove. These fit very small and I ended up going with an XL. They're well made gloves and have a small amount of gel padding in the heel of the palm.