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Louis Garneau Calory Jr Cycling Gloves
$13.99
The Calory JR kids' glove offers all the essential features of a comfortable cycling glove while being affordable and perfect for your little ones. With its well-padded palm, super ventilated fabric and easy to adjust cuff, your enthusiastic youngsters will be well equipped to go a long way while having their hands protected.
Louis Garneau Tap Cycling Gloves
$9.99
Tactile areas on the fingers of the Tap gloves allow you to use your touch-screen device on the go without having to remove them. FABRICS: -Upper hand and palm: Acrylic - Spandex DETAILS: -Lightweight glove -Can also be used as a liner -Tactile areas: Allow usage of touch screen devices -Silicone-printed palm: Grip
Louis Garneau Race Gripper Gloves
Stay warm and cozy in Garneau's Race Gripper Gloves. The laminated knit fleece wicks great to keep you comfy, and the palms sport silicone printing for a confident grip. These gloves make an excellent first layer beneath heavier gloves or can be worn alone.
Louis Garneau Wind Eco Gloves
Louis Garneau's Wind Eco Gloves let you rack up the miles in all conditions. Their lightly padded Amara palms deliver comfort, durability and dexterity on the bars, while the Lycra cuffs keep cold air on the outside. And, when the weather or the ride starts to heat up, Garneau's ErgoAir vents in the palms help keep you ventilated. These sweet gloves also have microfiber thumbs for wiping your brow and reflective piping for safety.
Louis Garneau Women's Air Gel Carbon Gloves
Garneau's Air Gel Carbon Gloves boast carbon ion Lycra for increased wicking and UV protection and Garneau's 4-channel ventilation for extreme breathability. Plus, the Amara palms with 4mm of gel padding provide excellent comfort and protection whether you ride around the block or around the world. These high-tech mitts also come with ergonomically designed Velcro closures for a perfect fit and reflective detailing for safety.
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