Pearl Izumi – Ride Men’s Elite Gel Vent Gloves, True Red/Black, Large

December 19, 2015 - Comment

In addition to the unique palm venting design, our popular Elite Gel-Vent Glove has our anatomic 1:1 Glove fit and 1:1 Gel padding arrangement which is designed to work in harmony with the bony structure of your hand and relieve pressure on Median and Ulnar nerves for the ultimate in comfort, durability and ventilation.

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(as of April 19, 2020 8:40 pm EDT - Details)

In addition to the unique palm venting design, our popular Elite Gel-Vent Glove has our anatomic 1:1 Glove fit and 1:1 Gel padding arrangement which is designed to work in harmony with the bony structure of your hand and relieve pressure on Median and Ulnar nerves for the ultimate in comfort, durability and ventilation.

Comments

Ron Mexico says:

Bad pad placement They’re somewhat comfortable on the hoods, but there’s no support at the bottom of the palm when riding on the straights. Because it’s missing pad in the middle of the lower palm, all the pressure hits the outside edge of my hands and turns my wrists in. The only way to avoid this is if I slide the bars up further in my hands to hit the pads, but that puts more weight on my wrists. 

G. Stevens says:

Very unforgiving gel pads After two longer rides with these gloves, I really hope the gel pads soften up. The gloves seem well-made, and they breathe very well, but the gel pads are so firm that it feels like I’m riding with rocks between my hands on the handlebars. I will update my review as they break in… 

SEN says:

Worst pair of cycling gloves that I have ever owned I have been a serious cyclist for over 25 years and have owned numberous pairs of gloves – many of them Pearl Izumi. These gloves are the worst gloves I have ever owned. My chief complaint is that when riding with my hands positioned on the brake hoods (my typical riding position) none of the pads are positioned correctly to provide any cushioning between the handlebars and the palm of my hand. Note that there is a “padless” channel from the base of the thumb down to the wrist that…

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