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Description

Too cool for school.

When the pavement heats up, it can be hard to stay cool, but Gore Bike Wear's Xenon 2.0 Half-Finger Gloves help you beat the heat. Mesh panels on the upper, palm, and finger panels act as mini air conditioners, and the half-finger design allows more airflow and dexterity. Gore designed the Xenon without seams to prevent chafing and irritation, provided an absorbent thumb panel to wipe sweat away, and included foam and gel padding on the palm to help ease the vibrations that are transmitted through your bars. There's also a silicone palm coating for improved grip, pull tabs for easy removal, and plenty of reflective details for an extra shot of safety.

  • Mesh upper, palm, and finger panels
  • Foam and gel palm padding
  • Absorbent thumb panel
  • Silicone palm coating
  • Pull tabs
  • Reflective detailing

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2 5

Lasted for one week

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Height: 6' 2"
    Weight: 170 lbs
    Size Purchased: XXL

I'll start by saying. I love all other Gore Bike Wear products I've purchased. After going through a pair of Castelli gloves due to a crash during my last crit race, I decided to buy these Xenon 2.0 gloves. They are very comfortable, good looking, and easy to take off. Unfortunately, the backs of the gloves that have the reflective striping on them are not stitched, but glued on. I wore the gloves for six 30+ mile rides and on the sixth day one of the gloves separated along the glued seam about an inch. Nothing torn, just looks like the glue stopped holding the two pieces of fabric together.

The gloves are done. It's a shame because I thought they were awesome initially.

5 5

Robust lasting quality

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

Like others I have gone through a number of brands and frankly my existing pair which are 1.5 years old and done 2000 km's of sweaty-palmed riding in Singapore, are perfectly fine. The only 'wear' to talk about it the reflective 3M material on the pull-tabs have come off - big deal. When I saw the white ones at $22 I jumped for a another pair in reserve :-)

5 5

Worthy Gloves

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 5"
    Weight: 245 lbs
    Size Purchased: XXL

Having mowed through a lot of gloves (Specialized, Mavic, Castelli, etc.), I was attracted by the Gore Brand. These gloves do not disappoint. I have large hands and thought the XXL would fit, and while the fit is snug, I think I should have gone with the 3XL. No worries though as the glove now fits comfortably. Pull tabs rock when I remember to use them. A lot of nice touches, worthy of the price. Need more Gore products . . .

4 5

Runs Small

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

These gloves felt light, sturdy and had supple padding around the palm areas. Unfortunately, they ran a bit small so it was a struggle to get my hands in them. I would recommend sizing them up before purchasing.

Unanswered Question

Love the specs of this glove, and the whole...

Love the specs of this glove, and the whole Xenon line, but, they don't offer this glove for ladies for whatever reason!
Any Ladies tried this glove yet? How was the fit?
My 'un-swollen pre-ride hand measures just under 8"...looks like a men's small, but wonder...how's the fit, ladies?

5 5

gloves for those who hate gloves

Most impressive and telling about the Xenon glove is how even with its superlight construction and subtle padding, it's still remarkably durable, supportive, and surprisingly easy to remove. Lesser gloves leave hands numb after long hours, don't ventilate well, or simply fall apart after the first few rides. And it strikes a fine balance between 'just enough' padding in the right places so as to not compromise your feel on the bars. Cycling gloves aren't for everyone, but that's simply because not all gloves are created equal.

* wear a Large size glove across the branding spectrum, and these are no different

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Love the Xenon line-up in general. How would you compare these to L.G. Nimbus or the L.G. Mondo summer gloves?
Wish they made these for women...may give them a try anyway if you think they are better than the L.G.
Thanks