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Giro Blaze Gloves

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    Warm like a blazing fireplace.

    Giro's Blaze Gloves are meant for the days when you show up to a race and don't want to take your hands out of the pockets of your warm-up jacket but also want to make sure you aren't sweating five minutes into the race. The gloves have a soft, moisture-wicking upper to provide insulation from cool temperatures, while the palms receive 3mm of EVA padding to help distribute pressure and reduce fatigue while you ride. Durable Clarino synthetic leather provides grip on the handlebars, and it's complemented by silicone detailing for added purchase as you shift and brake on the course. As final touches, Giro includes microfiber thumb panels for touchscreen compatibility, rubber pull-on tabs, and reflective detailing to help keep you visible as you ride through early fall sunsets.

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    Tech Specs

    [palm] Clarino synthetic leather, silicone, [upper] moisture-wicking synthetic, [lining] X-Static AGrid thermal fleece
    3mm EVA
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    California winter cold nice

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 185lbs

    Excellent gloves for 45-65 degree weather while riding. Very comfortable, snug fitting, and do their best job at keeping the wind out. When riding above ~20 mph there is some air that flows in. Hands are going to be a little cold but that also allows great breath-ability when temps rise during the day so is a trade off. Not a deep winter glove in most the US, but plays well in Cali and I imagine would be an ideal spring/fall glove for most everywhere else. Also, finders work just fine on iPhone 6 as an FYI.