Hot days present enough of a challenge in choosing which type of kit to wear, so putting gloves on before a ride when you aren’t trying to keep your hands warm is often an afterthought. But whether you’re heading out in the morning for a 50 mile training ride or getting ready to race, the improved grip and added comfort from gloves designed for hot weather will be more than worth the extra effort. Louis Garneau’s Air Gel Plus Gloves use a blend of lightweight, moisture-wicking materials to allow your hands to breathe as you’re riding, while Biogel padding helps lessen the effects of fatiguing road vibrations on your hands and wrists after miles of riding on weather-beaten shoulders and chip-sealed roads. The hook-and-loop design makes fit adjustments easy, while AX Suede guarantees a stable, consistent grip on the bars no matter how high the temperature rises.
Material: [upper hand] Dri-Fit mesh, spandex, [palm] sandwich mesh, Amara, AX Suede