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Description

Lightweight glove that packs a heat-retaining punch.

You'll be happy that you have the warm Pearl Izumi Thermal Lite Glove once you're your bike is really cooking across the pavement on a cold fall afternoon. Silicone-screen finger tips insure that you'll get a firm grip on your brake and shifters, and reflective details help increase your visibility as the sunlight wanes. Stick a pair in your pack if you're a cold-weather road biker who despises the bulk of full-on winter mitt.

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5 5

Awesome Stuff!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Okay, I didn't buy these from Competitive Cyclist but instead, my LBS. Any way, I wasn't sure about these gloves and what they were capable of, but wow, upon riding with them in 9 degree Celsius weather (wet cold here) they were amazing! They definitely live up to the marketing hype and for the price and competition, these are amazing!

The sizing is true to Pearl Izumi's sizing chart so trust it. They fit well and offer enough wiggle room if/when your hands are in between sizes. The cuff doesn't wiggle off or anything so these are worth adding to your fall/winter gear.

5 5

izumi gloves

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the fit , dexterity and warmth, i liked them so much I bought 2 more pairs for my son's Christmas gifts

5 5

Not too shabby!!

These are a pretty nice glove. I use 'em in AZ winters, so think around 40-60 degrees, and sunny, and they keep my hands pretty warm. They keep most of the wind out, and my hands haven't got cold on a ride yet. These gloves work exactly as I need 'em to.

If it got any colder, or was raining, I'd probably go with a "real" winter glove, as in one that had a shell, and thermal lining.

4 5

good glove

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I ride a recumbent bike in Chicago and so far they are working out pretty well for me. no complaints here

4 5

Great, not waterproof

I can slide them over my regular cycling gloves ( fingerless) and cruise 40mph back down the mountain and stay warm. Again; wind resistant, not water, but a good, light packable glove.

Great, not waterproof
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i followed ur suggestion and works great, cause they dont have cushion so need to use them with my regular gloves, tks!