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Cold no more.
When it comes to cool-weather cycling, effective gear is essential to your comfort. That's why Sugoi's been perfecting its apparel craft for over two decades, culminating in the MidZero Gloves.
Constructed from Sugoi's mid-weight, MidZero fabric, the gloves are both stretchable and warming without adding any weighty bulk. For added warmth, the gloves feature a fleecy interior that also bolsters the gloves' moisture transferring properties. So, ultimately, this design will keep your hands both warm and dry.
A terry cloth thumb gives you a place to wipe away perspiration, and silicone grippers along the thumb provide a secure connection to bars when it's damp. The MidZero features a slip-on, elastic wrist cuff that's been extended to limit skin exposure. The cuff also uses a hook-and-loop strap to lockout any cold breezes. Altogether, the closure system makes entry and exit a cinch in cold weather conditions.
The Sugoi MidZero Gloves are available in the color Black and in four sizes from X-Small to Large.
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I got these to be lightweight and form fitting for just slightly cold days. Really can't say these are special in any way. The silicone grippers are actually oddly placed and not very useful. Still in search of the best lightweight glove for cycling. This one isn't it.