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Endura Strike Glove


Strike Glove

  • Item #EDAZ03C

[face fabric] 35% nylon, 35% polyester, 20% polyurethane, 10% elastane, DWR finish, [palm] synthetic leather, silicone grip
gel palm
hook-and-loop cuff
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Fantastic gloves, the luck of the fit

I've used it several times
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 10"
145 lbs

My hands are always cold, they’re cold as I write this in my house . I wear gloves for running until it’s 50-55. I’ve worn these several times on runs down to 17F, my hands were always toasty. They probably don’t breath quite enough. They keep heat and moisture in and I definitely start sweating, leaving the gloves damp, and wanting to pull the liner layer inside out when taking them off. That said, i forgot to leave them out to dry and used them damp the next day, in the 20’s and my hands were still warm. I can imagine that they would be good down to 32F while on long road rides. Maybe lower if you’re hands are warm. Weather has been so bad I can’t make myself get on the bike for long rides. For non-bulky gloves I can wear while running and a little padding while riding, these are fantastic. The size large fit my skinny, long hands very well. Would be tight on fatter fingers, the cuff does not stretch much. They’re tight to get on, Velcro closure isn’t necessary. For those reasons I say they run small. I bought 8 different pairs of gloves and these were the best fit and feel. Pretty well priced too.


Are these waterproof and insulated?