A glove you can count on when riding in cool, damp conditions
Giro's Cascade Glove elevates the essentials - fit, durability, and control - and wraps them into a glove design made for riding in less-than-ideal weather.
Built around a supple, fleece-lined AX Suede palm for reliable insulation from chilly temperatures, the Super Fit Engineered design eliminates excess material and bunching for a confident grip.
The backhand features a combination of Polartec® Windbloc® shell mated with a Power Wool® lining to fight wind and cold, without leaving your hands damp and clammy. The DWR treatment sheds water and grime and the Touchscreen Technology allows you to access your phone while keeping them on.
From leaning into tight turns to hammering up hillside gravel, stoke your inner fire with the Cascade Glove from Giro.
Features & Specs:
- Super Fit Engineering reduces bunching and discomfort while enhancing grip, bar feel and the effectiveness of the padding
- Fleece-lined ax suede palm
- Polartec® Windbloc® backhand
- Polartec® Power Wool® lining
- DWR treated
- 3-palm panel design mimics hands' features and articulation to increase grip
- Windproof thumb wiper
- Touchscreen technology for use with mobile devices
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Not useful as expected
by Michael from Arlington (VA)
The product description talks about "less-than-ideal" weather but product description let me to think these would be OK gloves for temps down into the 40s but I didn't find that they were good for lower than the mid-50s. I couldn't detect the "Power Wool" lining; I could however feel the many seams sewed together. That is, they feel like unlined gloves. Although the gloves are probably windproof as advertised the materials transmit whatever the air temperature is - the material the gloves are made out of doesn't seem to hold warmth so much as transmit cold.
My hands are not large - typically I wear gloves that are mediums. I ordered X-L with the thought I could wear knit wool gloves as liners but they are too small for that to work. I don't think size L would fit me and certainly not size M.
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