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Connect with your bike.
When it come to gloves, they're more than one of the most important pieces of gear -- they're one of the few items that connect directly with your bike. One Industries dialed glove fit years ago for throttle twisters, and now, with gloves like the Drako, they're moving over to the mountain bike market.
The Drako's design is intended to offer a seamless, secure connection to the bike. The synthetic leather palm is durable and offers a pre-articulated shape to prevent bunching. The thumb gets a soft, perforated overlay for wiping and the fingers are constructed out of Lite-prene.
This offers non-restricted movement for shifting and braking. Direct injected TPRs found at the knuckles, fingers, and wrist cuff boosts the Drako's durability and increases hand protection at the same time. The wrist has a hook-and-loop strap to keep the gloves in place, and silicon grippers along the fingertips ensure a positive connection with your levers.
The One Industries Drako Glove comes in Red/Black, Black/White, or Black, and sizes X-Small through XX-Large.
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I'm a sucker for a good looking glove!!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
I have had great luck with One industries before. There ZERO glove is still one of my summer favs. Well I couldn't resist the price on these, $10 how could you go wrong ...Right??? Well after 1/2 hour I too had split both seams along the thumbs. Pretty bummed since I still had 2 hours more to go. My recommendation would be to stay away, Damn I just wasted $10.00 The size ran true for me XXL,they felt comfortable, they looked great before I used them, there, that's the only good things I could say about these.
Sexy gloves but HORRIBLE workmanship!!
Yeah, great price, great brand, great look...
Until you put them on! I ordered two pair and when I tried them on they both split. One worse than the other. I figured it was me, so I returned the worse off of the two. Sewed what I could of the better pair. Got my replacement and same damn thing but not as bad this time. I wear a small in all my gloves (DAKINE, 661, Royal, Troy, etc...) so I know these are the right size cuz, well, they fit. It's just POOR workmanship!
Quality control OI?
I liked the gloves at first until after a month when the seams on the thumb started falling apart. Also, the glue that held the logo's on started to come apart really fast too and they fell off. I guess that is what you get for $21 but I expected more.