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Giro Bravo Gel Cycling Gloves
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This item was discontinued 7th July 2020.

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Code: GR.893
Giro Bravo Gel Cycling Gloves
  • Highly absorbent microfiber wiping surface 
  • Sonic-welded pull tab
  • Low-profile Velcro closure
  • Super Fit design with three-panel palm for a tailored fit
  • Clarino synthetic leather for enhanced durability 
  • Upper: Moisture-wicking, 4-way stretch, breathable mesh 80% Nylon, 20% Polyester
  • Padding: Optimized padding in the palm enhances comfort, Rubber 80% , Bentonite 10%, Oxidizing agent 11
Rich Nicely cut. A little on the tight side, but otherwise these are good gloves at a very attrractive price.
Mr Molnar Good looking gloves, fits well, really comfortable.
Marc Drury Very comfortable, sizing was correct, good quality
Steven fit perfectly, the blue is brighter than it looked on the computer screen. I'm getting used to it.
Robert Really nice gloves, well padded and very comfortable
Mr Cameron Love these gloves. Have found some gloves with 'thick' padding dig into the hands on long rides. These have just the right amount. They're also surprisingly durable.
simon Cheap, very comfortable for my riding position. Not the best quality feeling though so not sure how long they will last but for a tenner they are a bargain
Mr Amado Received this item just a few days ago. First impressions are that gloves are very well made, solid fabric and padding. I ordered size L which were supposed to fit me not to tight but turns out they are anyway. After 1 hour of cycling, I realized that gloves were causing a little discomfort on my hands but I´m not used to wearing gloves while cycling so I´m guessing this is normal?