The Louis Garneau Nimbus is packed with features to keep you comfortable and reduce numbness on long rides. Gel padding, Ergo Air ventilation, a microfiber nose wipe, and micro-mesh construction are just some of the construction features that set the Nimbus apart.
- Half-finger glove with nimble dexterity and lightweight comfort
- Biogel padding reduces pressure on the ulnar and median nerves
- Soft microfiber thumb to wipe sweat in a pinch
- Item #LGN0407
What do you think about this product?
September 12, 2018
just good gloves
these are just good gloves. I thought the silicone gripper strips might be odd I don't find them that way. they are comfy and fit well don't really notice them much, the way a glove should be. there are some unfinished cloth edges though which makes me doubt they'll last as long as some other glove may
August 7, 2018
These have just a bit of padding in just the right spot for me, I've started to need more padding to stop my right hand going numb as I've aged. The little ridges that I thought I wouldn't like are not relight good or bad.
October 11, 2017
First class gloves.
I'm on my second pair. The fit is perfect for me - they allow my hands to breathe well ( I ride in 90 degrees+) and have excellent grip when I'm sweating. Super comfortable on the bumps. I wouldn't ride without them!
July 20, 2016
I got these for my dad as a birthday present and he loves them! Says they stretch great and provide adequate padding for long rides without being bulky.
July 19, 2016
get what you pay for
For the price point these gloves are what I expected. They do the trick but not overly impressed. Nice for summer riding because they are light weight and breathe but I won't be buying another pair
July 13, 2016
They get the job done, but they are pretty thing and "cheapy" feeling. Not sure how long they will last. Runs small.
May 30, 2016
not much to it
These gloves are very thin with very little padding in the grip.They are the most difficult gloves to take off that I have ever worn and it's not even close. The fingers frayed after the first ride. On the plus side they are great warm weather glove. Runs a tad small.
November 3, 2013
ive used these on a century ride, and up in the mountains, they breathe great, and are very comfy to wear you dont even feel them, and there is plenty of padding to keep you comfortable on your ride
October 11, 2013
does the trick
super breathable, padded and good fit
August 18, 2013
Excellent gloves for summer time
I have been using these gloves for two extended weekends and riding 81 miles on them and they are quite comfortable, I do not feel any numbness as I used to feel with another pair of gloves. I suffer carpal tunnel syndrome in my right hand and these gloves help a lot. The material is breathable and flexible for summer rides which is perfect and my hands are not sweaty or hot on top. Very nice gloves. The only thing I wish they would have a loop in each finger for easy removal, also they are delicate and need to be hand wash with cold water and any soap for delicate garments.
August 7, 2013
Nice design, don't pad my ulnar nerve we
I purchased these to replace some Specialized BG gel gloves that had served well for 9000 miles but were getting pretty thin from repeated washings and wear. They fit well, are comfortable, light weight and cool. The padding on the median nerve (thumb side - makes thumb and index finger numb if compressed) is fine. Unfortunately, it doesn't work so well for my ulnar nerve (pinky side) and I have had more numbness than with the several pairs of gloves from Specialized. Note, I have thin handlebar tape, on better padded bars, they may be fine.
July 24, 2013
Small 'package'...great glove
When you first open up the package and see these, you may at first laugh...thinking they're for your kid, or some other mistake, as they seem so little; but they are very stretchy, and fit perfectly, with no restrictive feeling, or any binding seams, etc. But, if & when I order a new pair, I will size up; as at the beginning of your ride, your hands aren't yet swollen...while these are still comfortable, getting them off later in the ride is a bit tricky (especially for in-a-hurry pit stops!).
July 24, 2013
Another view of this great summer glove.
Really absorbs trail/choppy road vibration; gel is in all the right places, yet not overdone. I also like how the gel padding is somewhat 'raised', allowing the air to flow under the glove, as well! *Pictured here are the women's 'M'. Fits fine, but may order a 'L' next time for easier removal.
July 24, 2013
It's a BREEZE!
Wanted to show the 'airy-ness' of this great glove (same glove, just smaller women's size). Watch the Velcro, as it can snag the netty' tops easily.
June 30, 2013
Best i've had
These are the best road gloves I've had.
July 9, 2013
They're great aren't they! Was going to get another pair (womens) but they're sold out...may try to order another pair in the mens (fit ?). Love them! Oh, wash them either by hand, or in a garment bag during delicate cycle when doing your bike wear, because they are such a light weight material. I've thrown mine in with my bike clothes delicate cycle, but wish I'd just stuck with washing them by hand...showing just a bit of fraying on the top/edges...
May 25, 2013
Actually Quite Good!
Used these on a long ride with mixed terrain, on a hot day...and they paid for themselves already. Truly shock absorbing; and truly 'breezy', lots of air passing throughout glove. Totally comfortable, with not bothersome seams, or any other annoying design flaws. And, the $ is right! Some higher priced gloves are only half as good! Easy to remove; and nice reflective touches, as well. Seems to fit true-to-size; they are very stretchy. They appear very tiny, but as I said, they are very stretchy and form-fitting (but not strangulating!). So far, so good... RECOMMENDED! UP-DATE: 7/9/13 *Wash these by hand, if possible; they are so light weight (the tops are just like netting, so breathable), but they aren't as durable as some other heavier/hotter gloves. If you don't care to wash by hand, then use a garment bag with the rest of your cycling wear under the delicate cycle. But for these gloves, I recommend washing by hand in cool/cold H20. Was going to purchase another pair of the women's gloves, but they're sold-out...rats! Hope this Helps.
July 21, 2013
How my Gosh Debbie your reviews are SOOO Helpful ! Thank you.
July 22, 2013
You bet...glad to help!