P.R.O. AmFIB Lobster Glove
One of our trademarked classics, the Lobster Glove is there for you when the weather gets cold.
Constructed from 130g PrimaloftÂ® Gold insulation, a waterproof insert, and our new DWR coated softshell outer, this Pearl Izumi classic utilizes a lobster claw design to keep hands and fingers warmer than a traditional full finger glove without compromis
- P.R.O. 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
- This is a unisex glove, please use the Men's size chart
Shell: Back of hand: 46% polyester 36% nylon 10% elastane 8% polyurethane, Palm: 60% nylon 40% polyurethane, Liner: 100% polyester, Insulation: 100% polyester, Imported
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