Pearl Izumi PRO AmFIB Lobster Gloves (Black) (XS)

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Pearl Izumi PRO AmFIB Lobster Gloves (Black) (XS)
Price: $75.00
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Pearl Izumi's PRO AmFIB Lobster Glove is there for you when the weather gets cold. Constructed from 130g Primaloft Gold insulation, a waterproof insert and DWR coated softshell outer. The classic lobster claw design keeps hands and fingers warmer than a traditional full finger glove without compromising dexterity. Fleece lining is soft on the skin, and reflective elements increase visibility during lowlight rides.


  • PRO Softshell with DWR finish shell provides wind and water protection
  • 130g Primaloft Gold insulation provides warmth without bulk
  • Clarino synthetic leather palm provides superior softness and durability
  • Fleece lined interior
  • Hook and loop closure
  • 1:1 Palm design
  • Anatomic fit maximizes finger dexterity for shifting and braking
  • Soft fleece wiping surface on thumb
  • Reflective elements for low–light visibility

Back of Hand Material: 46% Polyester / 36% Nylon / 10% Elastane / 8% Polyurethane
Palm Material: 60% Nylon / 40% Polyurethane
Liner Material: 100% Polyester
Insulation Material: 100% Polyester


This product was added to our catalog on August 21, 2019

Tuesday, Apr 21 2020 (about 2 years ago)
Pearl Izumi PRO AmFIB Lobster Gloves (Black) (XS) (S)
I have been using an awesome pair of Pearl Izumi lobster gloves (Primaloft?) for many, many years and while the PRO AmFIB lobster gloves look sharp, they are functionally a downgrade in many ways. In particular, (1) replacing the fleece wiping surface on the back of the index/middle finger with non-fleece, rubbery strip surface means I can't really use it to wipe away nasal residue and comfortably clean debris from my tires during rides, (2) replacing the wrist hugging fabric with a generic wrist cover means that my wrists are exposed many times as I extend my arms during rides and (3) last but not least the addition of a Velcro glove tightening wrist solution. I mean seriously, once I put on my lobster gloves, the last thing I want to do is try to fasten a Velcro strap on my other hand. Other than that, the gloves are good.