Giro LX Short Finger Bike Gloves (2016) (Black) (S)

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This is the Giro LX Glove. The LX™ combines the craftsmanship, styling and supple feel from road gloves of the past with contemporary performance features like Super Fit™ engineering and Technogel® padding. The result is a pair of gloves that deliver comfortable, reliable grip and protection, mile after mile. 

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 grip, bar feel and the effectiveness of the padding. And with as many as six sizes available per model, almost any rider can great pair of gloves to match their needs. 
 
Features:
  • Superior pressure distribution – up to 300% better than standard gel, for enhanced comfort and protection from numbness over long periods of time.
  • Excellent impact absorption – up to 30% better than standard gel, for protection from shocks and vibrations.
  • Long-lasting performance - it does not harden or break down over time, so the glove stays supple and comfortable mile after mile.
Specifications:
Color: Black
Size: S-2XL
Style: Short Finger

Measurement Guide:

  • Wrap the tape measure around the circumference of the hand at the widest part of the palm, and lightly close your hand before taking the circumference measurement
  • Use the tape measure to determine the length of the hand from the tip of the longest finger to the base of the palm at the wrist
Circumference (in)Length (in)
XS6.3" - 7"5.9" - 6.5"
S7"6.5" - 7"
M8" - 8.6"7" - 7.6"
L8.7" - 9"7.7" - 8"
XL9.25" - 9.8"8" - 8.6"
2XL9.85" - 10"8.7" - 9.25"
3XL10.4" - 10.6"9.35" - 9.6"

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.