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Giro
Pivot II Winter Glove

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Confidently Pivot to Winter.

The Pivot II Winter Glove from Giro is waterproof, insulated, and non-bulky so you can confidently pivot from summer/fall to winter-time riding. The waterproof exterior is made from a soft shell breathable membrane that simultaneously blocks water infiltration while allowing airflow to regulate moisture and temperature. The upper is composed of Primaloft for insulation without any bulk. Inside, this glove is lined with an antimicrobial, thermal fleece blend, AGrid, that provides insulation while keeping odor at bay. Guided by Giro’s Super Fit design, the palm, fingers, and padding are carefully tailored to enhance ergonomics, bar feel, and cushioning.

  • Temp. Range: 35 to 40°F (2 to 4°C).
  • Waterproof & breathable outer membrane.
  • AGrid anti-microbial thermal fleece liner.
  • Primaloft insulated upper.
  • Super Fit engineering.
  • Gel padding.
  • Reflective detailing.
  • Touchscreen compatible.

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Length0"-6.8"6.8"-7"7"-7.4"7.4"-7.8"7.8"-8.3"8.3"-0"
 
Palm Circumference0"-7"7"-8"8"-9"9"-9¾"9¾"-10½"10½"-0"
 
 

Glove Type: Full Finger - Insulated 

 

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Not comfortable and thumbs are too short
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by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
portland, oregon
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Gloves look great, but don't feel that soft on the inside. I tried multiple sizes but the seams seem to dig into my hands. In addition, the thumbs are too short. You only notice this when on the hoods of a road bike. Flat bar bikes it might not be an issue. The other issue is that I tend to shift using my middle finger and ring finger. There are no grippers on the ring fingers so they have the tendency to slip off when pushing pressing the shift levers. It is too bad they didn't work.

Reviewed 11/29/2018
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Not comfortable and thumbs are too short
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by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
portland, oregon

Gloves look great, but don't feel that soft on the inside. I tried multiple sizes but the seams seem to dig into my hands. In addition, the thumbs are too short. You only notice this when on the hoods of a road bike. Flat bar bikes it might not be an issue. The other issue is that I tend to shift using my middle finger and ring finger. There are no grippers on the ring fingers so they have the tendency to slip off when pressing the shift levers. It is too bad they didn't work.

Reviewed 11/29/2018
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Water Resistant, NOT Waterproof
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by johnk
Competitive Racer
Northern California

Like many others, these claim to be waterproof and based on the description I was hopeful. When I first got them I gave them the faucet test, I put the gloves on and put my hands under a running faucet for several minutes. No leakage so confidence was high. Then I went out for a 5 hour ride and it rained lightly almost the entire time. For the first hour, my hands stayed dry. However, then I could start to feel some leakage and by two hours into the ride the gloves were completely soaked through. The material is relatively thin and does not provide much insulation but they did seem to do a decent job of blocking the wind so at least my hands didn't get cold on this 50 degree day. My search for truly waterproof gloves continues.

Reviewed 3/5/2019
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