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    Full finger road bike gloves...

    Full finger road bike gloves...any suggestions?

    Lookin' for warm weather gloves.

    I find that the MTB gloves I use are a little too bulky now.

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    I like the Giro Rivet.

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    I have a pair of FOX INCLINE full-finger Gloves that are thin and comfortable.
    About $15 at Nashbar or Performance.
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    +1 Fox Incline

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    661 Rajis are as light and airy as anything I've worn.

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    i've been happy w/ my Specialized multi-use full fingered gloves

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    Quote Originally Posted by foofighter
    i've been happy w/ my Specialized multi-use full fingered gloves


    +1000 here too. I have a par and I love hem for mountain biking. I use them on the road bike when its in the 50s.

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    Fox Inclines here - use the m both on and off road

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    Peal Izumi Gel Vent Elite. The letters on the fingers came off after a few washes.

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    lg wind tex flex... usually on sale at performance too.. not waterproof, but they stay very warm when wet and dont slip. I love mine an even use them for just walkin around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pagey
    Fox Inclines here - use the m both on and off road
    Got my Inclines for RBing (or had them).



    For MTBing I have these great Giro Remedies.
    Absolutely the best gloves for cycling I've used.



    For RBing though, I was looking for something a little lighter and more flexible and cooler for the summer.

    Have no complaints about the Inclines though.

    It's just that the Giro's are so awesome that I want that same kind of performance in a RB glove.
    Last edited by 2ndGen; 03-13-2010 at 05:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvantDale
    Peal Izumi Gel Vent Elite. The letters on the fingers came off after a few washes.
    That's my 2nd pair in consideration actually.

    If it's not the Assos, it'll be those (so far).

    Just wish they came in white/black.

    But I'll take them in gray if that's all they have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndGen
    Full finger road bike gloves...any suggestions?

    Lookin' for warm weather gloves.

    I find that the MTB gloves I use are a little too bulky now.
    Let me list my needs bettter.

    Besides being cool for riding in hot weather, I want them to have gel palms,
    to be light and more flexible & less bulky than MTB gloves.

    So far here is the leading pair:


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    Even Mountain Biking I prefer minimalist gloves. My favourite on and off road are Race Face's Deus XC. I've use these on those mixed weather spring days and they're still going strong after 2 years of reasonably regular use.


    I was using 661's Raji glove, but they're super thin - closest thing to not wearing a love IME. Off-road I had one slight off and they were trashed, then again I wasn't expecting more than a year's use out of them. For road use they'd be great.


    Also have had good experience with Specialized's BG long finger.

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    I don't like the Raji's. They didn't seem as well made or fit as nicely as Sugoi's and Specialized full finger gloves.

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    Thumbs up

    These are more comfy than they look and breathe really well.
    http://www.mechanix.com/m-pact-glove Great palm padding (Like the Gel Lite 1/2 finger).

    Great for Mtn Biking to (dual purpose). They've saved my knuckles from some close and more than close encounters with trees on the trail.

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    new Giro line is really nice, tried a few pairs of the full finger gloves today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky13
    new Giro line is really nice, tried a few pairs of the full finger gloves today.
    Finally dug up a pair of 2010 Giro Monaco gloves which have all the attributes I'm looking for.
    Definitely on my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndGen
    Let me list my needs bettter.

    Besides being cool for riding in hot weather, I want them to have gel palms,
    to be light and more flexible & less bulky than MTB gloves.

    So far here is the leading pair:


    You should check out the Specialized BG Gel Gloves. The padding is just right. Its helped to stop my numb hands.

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    Pearl Izumi full-finger Pittards gloves.

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