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Bellwether Ergo Gel Short Finger Cycling Gloves (Blue/Black) (M)

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The Bellwether Men's Ergo Gel Gloves are designed with maximum hand protection and comfort in mind. These gloves feature thick, high-density ergonomic gel padding that relieves pressure points to ensure your long days in the saddle are more comfortable. You'll be able to trust your grip thanks to the silicone palm patches while the hook and loop tab wrist closure provides a precision fit.

Features:
  • Thick high-density gel padding relieves pressure points
  • Silicone impregnated palm patches improve grip
  • Adjustable closure at wrist
  • Hidden “easy off” pull tabs
  • Microfiber thumb to wipe perspiration 
  • Reflective accents for low light visibility

Specifications:
Closure: Hook and Loop closure

Sizing Gloves:
To measure: Wrap a measuring tape around your hand at the knuckles and make a fist. This is your hand measurement. 

XXS: 5.75-6.5"
XS: 6.5-7.25"
S: 7.25-8"
M: 8-8.75"
L: 8.75-9.5"
XL: 9.5-10.25"
XXL: 10.25-11"

This product was added to our catalog on June 3, 2019

Verified Owner
Monday, Sep 16 2019 (5 weeks ago)
Bellwether Ergo Gel Short Finger Cycling Gloves (Blue/Black) (L)
I am very unsatisfied with these gloves. I measured my hand for correct sizing. When I put these gloves on, they felt really snug, but that's good for the most part. They didn't feel too snug. But after a long event ride, the material in between the fingers really pinched and hurt between the first and second finger of my left hand. But the worst part was trying to remove the gloves. They proved extremely hard to remove. The loops of material around the middle and ring fingers that are supposed to assist in removal were so tight to the glove that I had a hard time fitting my fingers under them to get a grip. One glove came off without mishap, but the other proved so stubborn that I really had to exert some force. And one of the loops tore away! Perhaps this is all due to inaccurate glove sizing by the manufacturer. But I won't know now, since I'll never buy another Bellwether glove.