Pearl Izumi Select Bike Gloves - Men'sis rated3.5714out of5by7.
Rated4out of5byrichnavajofromGreat Road Bike GlovesThese (like many Pearl Izumi) gloves have great padding placement, making long rides more comfortable.
Date published: 2013-12-09
Rated2out of5bymrcathmanfromKind of a lightweight in the glove worldThese gloves are reasonably comfortable. But my first impression of them was cheap. Sure they look good, but the leather on them is quite thin. A couple of seams have already come apart with only about six months of riding on them. I still have a couple of pairs of old gloves, REI and Fox brands, that are in much better shape with way more miles on them. I'd pass on these gloves, and buy the next pair in person.
Date published: 2013-08-29
Rated4out of5byMichaelK-NYCfromGreat gloves, but beware the white onesThe gloves are great, and they just got me through a major tour. But the ones with the white mesh backs stain easily. If the stains bother you, pick a different color.
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated1out of5byDrPaulfromHurts the webbing of my hand.I went to the store. I tried on different sizes for a long time. I had previously bought a different pair of fingerless gloves. These failed in the same way. Because no fingertips are present, they slide into the webbing of my hand between the finger tips. This leaves that part of my body red and sore. I will try them again with a liner glove underneath, but that pretty much defeats the purpose of purchasing this item. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Date published: 2013-07-03
Rated4out of5byburtwfromAlmost perfect for my purposeI wear fingerless gloves when I hike to cushion my grip on my poles and keep my sweaty hands from slipping. I have worn out or lost many different gloves over the years and these are the best gloves for this purpose I have found. Little things count, such as the stick & rip closure being on the palm side of the glove where it doesn't snag the strap from the pole.
My only real complaint is that these gloves are harder to take off than others I've had. (Another complaint is that I left them behind after taking a break in the mountains but I can't blame them for that. I ordered an exact replacement.)
Date published: 2013-05-22
Rated5out of5byUKentuckyCatmanfromGreat glovesI haven't had the chance to get out with these when temps are above 70, but when it was around 65 they were great. Normally I can't stand riding with gloves, but these were great. However, if the temps top 90 and I'm not riding chip-and-seal roads, these things are probably coming off. That's just personal preference, though. They are very breathable.
Date published: 2013-01-23
Rated5out of5byCaptain GerardfromSecond SkinI am a fair weather cyclist, but that's not why I bought these gloves. Of course, I will use them on the bike, and they work great driving the car in So. California "winter" weather. But, I like cold weather, and hate heaters. So, early this morning, my hands were too cold to use the keyboard...but not too cold to search these gloves out. I went to the nearest store to try them on. I found that my usual size (L) fit very snug, like a second skin. I ended up with an XL, which are very comfortable, breathable, and seem very normal. I am wearing them to type this message, so, mission accomplished.
Date published: 2012-12-21
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Pearl Izumi Select Bike Gloves - Men's Customer Reviews