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Civitis Professional Full Finger Non-slip Waterproof Cycling Gloves

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 Absorbs moisture to reduce fatigue. Flexibility and adjusted fit. Strategically placed grip pads for better control. Full-finger design with sewn-in loops for easy removal. Stay comfortable on any trip with these Ventura gel cycling gloves. Thi...
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Civitis Professional Full Finger Non-slip Waterproof Cycling Gloves


  • Absorbs moisture to reduce fatigue
  • Flexibility and adjusted fit
  • Strategically placed grip pads for better control
  • Full-finger design with sewn-in loops for easy removal
  • This high performance, lightweight, flexible, affordable glove is ideal for any outing
  • Civitis Professional Full Finger Non-slip Waterproof Cycling Gloves


    Civitis Professional Full Finger Non-slip Waterproof Cycling Gloves
    Civitis Professional Full Finger Non-slip Waterproof Cycling Gloves
    Civitis Professional Full Finger Non-slip Waterproof Cycling Gloves


    How to Select Cycling Gloves:

    Cycling is obviously strenuous exercise for your legs, but it can also take a toll on your hands. While riding, you are frequently supporting your weight on your hands as you steer the bike down hills or lean on your handlebars while standing on the pedals. Without cycling gloves, you can bet you'll come away with painful blisters. To avoid this, select cycling gloves that fit well and are well constructed

    Instructions:


    • Select cycling gloves with terry cloth or another type of super-absorbent fabric on the back of the hand. This will help absorb sweat that runs down your arms, and prevents it from making your hands slippery. It also prevents the sweat from falling into your bicycle gears and rusting them
    • Look for gloves that have a non-slick fabric on the front of the hand. This will help you keep a firm grip on the handlebars even if you have worked up a sweat. A firm grip on the handlebars is especially important when riding bumpy roads on your mountain bike
    • Select cycling gloves with padding on the palms and underside of the fingers. This will help prevent blisters when you are leaning heavily on the handlebars for support
    • Choose gloves without fingers for better dexterity. When changing gears at high speed, you don't want your gloves to get in the way and cause you to shift into the wrong gear
    • Seek out gloves that come with removable liners. Gloves with liners can be easily adapted to both warm- and cold-weather cycling
    • Find gloves that have fleece on the back of the thumbs. It's kind of gross, but the wind can make your nose run, and without that handy fleece to wipe it with, you are going to get mucous down your face
    • Pick out gloves that have leather on the palms. You'll be happy the leather is there when you fall off your bike and land hands first on the pavement
    • Check out the fit of cycling gloves before you buy. Gloves that are too loose can cause blisters just as overlarge shoes do

    Tips & Warnings:


    • Go for full-fingered gloves to prevent finger blisters if you are not used to shifting your gears
    • Keep your removable glove liners in your bike pack in case the weather gets cold unexpectedly
    • Spend a bit more money to get gloves made of a wicking material if you ride often or go on very long rides. These special fabrics help keep your gloves from becoming stiff and scratchy

    Package Included:


    • 1 x Pair of Cycling Gloves