PRO Gel Vent Full Finger Glove
Introducing the new P.R.O. Gel Vent Glove. The Patented Direct Vent palm design with ventilated gel padding, plus mesh fabric on the back of the hand, work together to keep your hands dry. Seams are minimized under your hands by bonding the padding onto the palm for maximum comfort and a chafe-free fit.
Stay cool and comfortable on hot days with the padded P.R.O. Gel Vent Glove. The Patented Direct Vent palm design with ventilated gel padding, plus mesh fabric on the back of the hand, work together to keep your hands dry. Seams are minimized under your h
- Patented Direct Vent palm design with ventilated padding
- Gel padding for superior riding comfort
- Clarino™ synthetic leather palm is soft and durable
- Conductive synthetic leather on index finger and thumb works with touch screen devices
- Soft low-profile wiping surface on thumb
- This is a unisex glove, please use the Men's size chart
Palm: 70% polyamide, 30% polyurethane Back: 51% polyester, 32% polyamide, 17% elastane; Made in Vietnam
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