What makes these midweight gloves special is that there is no tradeoff between insulating warmth and handlebar feel, making them indispensable for fall and early spring riding. We begin with 60g Primaloft Gold w/Crosscore technology on the back of the hand, which incorporates Aerogel particles for maximum warmth with minimal bulk. But we keep the Ax Suede Laredo palm insulation-free; creating a glove that insulates you from the elements, not control of the bike. The main body fabric provides wind protection with excellent dexterity and the synthetic leather palm makes the glove as grippy as it is durable. This is our most sensitive insulated glove.
- 60g Primaloft Gold w/Crosscore technology insulation, which is made from 35% post-consumer recycled polyester and incorporates Aerogel particles for maximum warmth with minimal bulk
- AmFIB Softshell back of hand fabric protects from wind and water
- Ax Suede Laredo synthetic leather palm for durability and great grip
- Touch screen compatible index finger and thumbs
Back: 87% polyester, 8% nylon, 4% polyurethane, 1% spandex Palm: 77% polyester, 17% polyurethane, 6% nylon Lining: 100% polyester Made in Vietnam
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