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Giordana TriSeason Glove

The Triseason glove is a versatile model appropriate for a variety of temperatures and weather conditions. It has an Amara palm with gel padding and silicone gripper. The back of the hand is windproof. Reflective elements add visibility. Velcro fastener at the wrist.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Snug and warm ! These gloves are mostly made out of a material similar to that of wet suits. As a result they fit a little snugger than normal. The cuff is extra long and allows for arm warmers and long sleeve tops to be secured for the entire ride. The length of the cuff results in your watch, MR monitor etc being worn on the outside. These are the first truely 100% wind chill protection gloves I have worn. They loose one star for not having a 'snot cloth' on the back of the thumb. 05 June 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good multi season glove I have had these now for a few weeks and have been using them in weather down to about 10 Degrees C. I have found the glove to be initially cool, but once going and warmed up they keep the fingers and hands warm. The cuff on the glove is great, covering right up to my watch and not allowing any gaps to form to let cold air in. The closure system is what you would expect. The gloves can be tight getting your hands through the opening, however this does not detract from the overall fit once they are on. Sizing is as expected. For short rides (less than 10km) in single figure temperatures, or in the rain (as I have not tested them in these conditions yet), I am not sure that these will keep your hands a warm as you would like. For the longer rides, once warmed up, I am sure these will do the job. 06 May 2011
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