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Gloves Giro Jag - 1097000 by Giro

Item description: This Other Giro product is by Giro - Men's clothing Gloves Giro Jag. The Jag sets a higher standard for entry-level performance cycling gloves, with plush EVA padding that is complemented by Giro-s exceptional Super Fit ergonomic design and high-quality construction. It-s a great choice for riders who want a lightly padded glove with understated style that offers fit and comfort that rival gloves costing twice as much.Specifications:Palm:- Super Fit Engineered Three-Panel Design- Microfiber Palm- Sonic-Welded Pull Tab Upper:- Moisture-wicking- 4-way Stretch Lycra- Highly Absorbent Microfiber Wiping Surface- Low-Profile Velcro Closure Padding:- Optimized EVA Padding Technology:SUPER FIT ENGINEERING FOR GLOVES:Super Fit Engineering is a proprietary process that guides the fit, design and patterning of every Giro glove for maximum comfort and performance. By carefully tailoring the palm, fingers and padding zones to match the shape and size of the hand, Super Fit Engineering reduces bunching and discomfort while enhancing g... Learn More

Manufacturer: Giro

Keywords: Cycling

Category: Giro

$16.95

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