Pearl Izumi Women's P.R.O. Pittards Gel Gloves

Pearl Izumi Women's P.R.O. Pittards Gel Gloves
  • Color: White
  • Color: Black
$39.99

Details

A lightweight glove with gel padding in the palm, Pearl's P.R.O. Pittards Gel Gloves provide that extra bit of comfort. Their Comfort Bridge Gel padding relieves pressure on your hand's nerves allowing you to ride numbness-free. Its mesh back ventilates yet still provides UPF 40+ sun protection. The simple pull-on design does away with Velcro and provides a consistently comfortable fit. Plus, these sweet gloves boast Pittards leather palms for excellent comfort and protection.

This manufacturer's chart helps you check the fit (may show unavailable, and/or not all sizes).

Width refers to the palm circumference measurement, which is taken around the widest part of the palm, just below the knuckles. For accurate sizing, be sure to measure with the hand flat.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
White / Small 703051673901 8599508S
White / Medium 703051673918 8599508M
White / Large 703051673925 8599508L
Black / Small 703051677992 8599021S
Black / Medium 703051678005 8599021M

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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable 

Cons

  • Fits poorly 
  • Not breathable 
  • Uncomfortable 

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Terrible gloves

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from Manchester NH

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Durable

Cons

  • Not breathable
  • Uncomfortable
  • Fits poorly

Best Uses

  • None

Comments:

This was supposed to be a substitute for a discontinued model, but I wouldn't recommend it at all. I needed it to keep my hands from slipping, and the bulky, loose palm padding made it worse. There is NO breathability to these gloves, I wouldn't call them "mesh" at all, and after a mere mile-and-a-half commute my hands were slipping INSIDE the gloves too from sweat. The lack of velcro is a problem since the stretchy part doesn't stretch enough and the non-stretch binding cuts into your wrists. The easy-remove tab doesn't work. I'll be looking for some decent gloves...after I save up some more money, in the mean time I'll be riding bare again.

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