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Keep your fingers intact.

POC made the Men’s Full Finger Index DH Gloves for the safety and sensitivity you need for mountain biking that you’ll never get from recycled motocross gloves. The Index DHs are light and breathable without sacrificing durability or protection—a rock-solid combination that POC has built its reputation on.

The backs of each glove are made with nylon mesh and the palms are covered with synthetic suede for protection and durability. Underneath the skin of the gloves are impressive knuckle guards that protect your outside fingers with VPD knuckle protectors. They stay soft and flexible until impact when they toughen up to guard your fingers in one piece when you slightly misjudge a turn and catch your knuckle.

The palms have special cuts and are patterned for maximum grip with silicone padding gel padding in the areas we’re you’re most likely to take an impact after going over the bars. Silicone dots on the braking fingers give you ideal grip on levers and the Index DH Gloves have a terry cloth sweat wipe to help you keep moisture from blocking your view.

  • Synthetic suede palms
  • Nylon mesh backs-of-hands
  • VPD knuckle protectors
  • Airprene cuffs
  • Hook-and-loop wrist closures
  • Silicone dots on braking fingers
  • Terry cloth sweat wipe on thumb

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2 5

Overpriced

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I've been experimenting with different gloves as I get into mountain biking, and this was the first pair I tried. I've also tried the Fox Reflex Gel and the Giro Remedy X (both of whichwhich I liked more).

What I like:
*they fit true to size
*they feel pretty durable
*wrist is non-intrusive

What I don't like:
*the gel padding is so minimal it may as well not be there. The areas covered are tiny, and the amount of gel (even if VPD) is so small it doesn't feel like it would do anything in a crash
*the material is thick and doesn't breath well
*only available in black
*cost about twice as much as other decent options