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Don't you feel brighter?
Pull on the Louis Garneau Smart Glove, feel your head swell with all those extra IQ points, and hit the road for some shoulder-season base miles. These minimalistic cycling gloves work great on their own, or you can layer up when the mercury stays down in the 'booger-freezer' range.
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Limited use glove
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
BC threw these in free on one of my orders. I use them for spring running gloves, but that's about it. They seem to be one size fits all gloves but I have big hands (typically take a large or extra large glove) and they fit my hand like kids' gloves. The material in between the fingers doesn't even go all the way down to my hand. So, they work and I've found a use for them but they certainly aren't go-to for me in any way.
Good as a liner
These gloves are nothing fancy. This is pretty much the same glove that you can buy at any store, though the little bit of grippy material is added to it (though, useless for my purposes). I use this glove purely as a liner for the Louis Garneau Roubaix and they work wonderfully together when the Roubaix by itself isn't warm enough.
Smart Glove + Roubaix = Even smarter
These were meant to be a nice pair of gloves that I could layer with as fall began. I opened them and found basically the exact same gloves I had purchased at the checkout stand at wal-mart ... although these did have added grips.
$0.99 at wal-mart or $7.95 here.
I will be returning these.