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Louis Garneau Blast LF Gloves

$29.95

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    Don't get caught slipping.

    Louis Garneau designed the Blast LF Gloves for those of you who want full-finger coverage while riding on the road. With a breathable top and generously padded palms, they cut down on painful road vibration to keep you feeling fresh. And with extra ventilation, you don’t have to suffer with sweaty hands, just because you want extra protection.

    The Blast glove’s palm is built from AX Suede, which is a hard-wearing, grippy synthetic material. The back is built from spandex, which not only conforms to your hand, but is light and airy, which helps to regulate your temperature. And the Biogel padded palm minimizes the effects of road chatter, so your hands stay comfortable.

    The Louis Garneau Blast LF Gloves are available in five sizes, from Small to XX-Large, and in the colors Black, Charcoal, and Ginger.

    • Item #LGN001V

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [upper hand] spandex, [palm] AX Suede
    Closure
    hook-and-loop
    Padding
    Biogel
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Loose fit

      These fit my hands a little loose so that the palm padding doesn't always line up where it was designed to be on my hands. They are kind of an in between glove as far as temperature goes. I mainly use them for cyclocross racing in the fall.

      not what I expected... but great gloves

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The top is actually very thin; they become see thru when my hands are gripping the handlebars. I bought these for the fall but the gloves are made for spring riding at best. The wind goes right through them, I wouldn't imagine a huge difference to fingerless gloves.



      Although they were not the gloves I was looking for, I am keeping them because they are cheap and gives the relief from handlebars directly. The sizing chart worked perfect for me but know the gloves are made for thin hands.