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Light and warm.
Instead of cutting your season short, pull on the Pearl Izumi Thermal Glove for grip, warmth, and comfort. Lightweight and packable, this warm glove is the perfect companion for Autumn and early winter rides. Pearl's P.R.O. Thermal Lite fabric offers excellent warmth retention and wicking properties to prevent overheating or clamminess. For increased dexterity, Pearl gave the Thermal silicone grippers on the fingers to easily control shifter and brake levers. And, should you end up riding in the waning afternoon light, reflective elements on the outside help you stay visible amidst traffic.
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Fit is most important to me with cycling gloves. I got a size small, and my palm is roughtly 7.5-8" around. they are stretch enough to wear an extra pair of cotton or thermal type gloves underneath, which is good because you will need to if wearing these in temps < upper 40's F.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have been using these gloves on my daily commute in Southern California. They are a thin fleece-like glove with a smooth outer surface. The cut is right and they are very comfortable on the bike. The "Thermal" material is relatively wind-resistant and warm enough for temps into the mid 40s. (Note: I have worn them into the high 30s and would suggest a warmer pair of gloves for these temps.) I was initially a little concerned about their durability but two months of daily use have not left any noticeable signs of wear/tear. Most importantly they do not have any velcro so you can easily take them off and store them in a jersey pocket without the velcro destroying delicate fabrics.
Got the Pearl Izumi gloves for those chilly morning rides and I was pleased with their performance in cooler conditions. Worth the money.