Secure a comfortable grip for the longest rides
The Gore Bike Wear Women’s Power Glove is designed to keep you comfortable and your grip firm on the longest, most challenging rides. The Power Glove’s stretchy, breathable fabric regulates moisture and the ventilation holes on the sides of the fingers keep you hands dry. Gore uses a combination of gel and foam padding to provide cushion and support where you need it most. The fingerless design provides excellent dexterity, while the silicone-coated inner knuckles enhance your grip on the bars. Gore includes a hook-and-loop wrist closure to secure your fit, and the finger loops allow for quick and easy removal.
- Stretchy, breathable nylon and elastane fabric
- Gel padding on the heel and foam padding on the palm
- Ventilation holes on the sides of the fingers
- Fingerless design
- Silicone-coated inner knuckles
- Hook-and-loop wrist closure
- Reflective piping
- Finger loops for easier removal
- Item #GBW0210
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
good fit, and features. Love the pulls to get the gloves off, love the terry on the thumb/forefinger back part of the glove. I measured my hand and the fit is great.
Love these gloves! The fit is snug, but comfortable, and the padding is well placed and comfortable for 75-100 mile rides. The terry cloth goes up the first finger as well as the thumb, and is perfect for wiping noses or sweaty brows. I've been searching for the perfect glove for years, and this could be it. Unfortunately for me, my dog likes these gloves too, and ate one (he's fine now, it passed), so now I need another new pair!
Is the absorbant panel just on the back...
Is the absorbant panel just on the back of the thumb, or does it go up the back of the first finger too?
Yes, the absorbent panel also goes up the back of the index finger. On Gore's site they say the back of the glove is like this, but the pic's show otherwise. You can get a good close up view on Competitivecyclist.com., and a pretty good view on Goreapparel.com.
Hope this still helps.