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Pearl Izumi Men

Pearl Izumi
Men's P.R.O. AmFib Glove

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Amphibious assault.

Take some light armor with you as you attack the cold weather with Pearl Izumi Men's P.R.O. AmFIB Gloves. 130 g Primaloft® Gold insulation in combination with a DWR-coated shell seals in warmth and blocks out the worst winter conditions. A fleece liner provides soft respite from unrelenting rain or snow, and on the exterior, a Clarino™ synthetic palm provides outstanding durability. The gloves stay secure using a hook-and-loop closure, which ensures a consistent fit from the 1:1 palm that's designed to allow the utmost dexterity and comfort. An additional fleece surface on the back on the thumb makes for a convenient wiping surface.

Features reflective elements for visibility in low light.

Palm Circumference7¼"-8"8"-8¾"8¾"-9½"9½"-10¼"10¼"-11" 

Glove Type: Full Finger - Insulated 

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Great warmth
by Vince

These gloves kept me wam during cold rides. They were a bit bulky, but still liked them.

Reviewed 4/3/2018
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Excellent gloves. Worth every penny!
by Satriani
Cycling Enthusiast
St, Paul, MN

I had the same pair of winter gloves for the last 10 years and they served me well, but they finally became unusable this winter. Since it had been so long since I had purchased any winter gloves, I was a bit uncertain which to get. I looked at several different types by different manufacturers. Riding all winter in Minnesota you need to have a glove that will not only keep your hands warm, but also dry and keep out the brutal winds that can be present in the winters here. I have to say that these gloves did not disappoint in any of the areas. My hands were warm from the start, which can be an issue when bitter wind chills are the order of the day. Also the second ride I had them I was out for over 2 hours with wind chills in the single digits and there was not even a hint of my hands or fingers being cold. These are by far the best winter gloves I have ever owned and I would highly recommend them to anyone considering riding in the winter.

Reviewed 3/24/2018
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Good Cold weather protection
by Barry
Cycling Enthusiast

These gloves work well and keep your hands warm until they get soaked through. They have good water resistance, but I got caught in an unexpected heavy rain hail storm. After about 30 minutes they soaked through then I might as well have thrown then away. But up till that point they ketp my hands warm.

Reviewed 3/19/2018
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Excellent glove for cold!
by Ken2
Daily Commuter
San Antonio

This glove fits snugly but well, and it's precurved to follow the natural contourcurvature of your hand. I use it down to about 32deg F. Below that and I opt for PI's lobster gloves.

No problems operating Shimano STI shifters with these gloves!

Reviewed 2/5/2018
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Great winter glove for more than just cycling
by Sungor
Daily Commuter
Cleveland, OH

These gloves are great. They work well for far more then just cycling. They are very warm, and fit me perfectly. I don't have to worry about my hands going numb when it is really cold out. I find I need to break these out for rides once the temperature gets down to about 20. Up until then I use a much thinner and lighter glove.

Reviewed 2/1/2018
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A must have, well worth the investment!!!!
Cycling Enthusiast
New Jersey
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have many gloves, but nothing that would keep my hands warm between 25-35 degrees. Worn alone, these gloves are just fantastic! If the temperature's lower and into the teens, I add a think liner glove underneath and have no problems whatsoever. For this reason however I would suggest ordering one size up to allow a thin liner.

Reviewed 2/9/2017
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Go To Gloves for Cold Rides
by MarathonMan
Cycling Enthusiast
Southeastern US
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I really struggle with cold fingers during the winter months, having been known to wear cycling glove liners covered by disposable food service polyethylene gloves covered by a Windstopper or half-lobster outer shell gloves in the low 40s. The P.R.O. AmFib Gloves take me down to the same temperatures with just the one layer. The gloves work well and amazingly dont hinder Di2 shifting. My only complaint is that the liner material for the small finger can tend to bunch up, making entry somewhat difficult. Holding that glove finger while working your actual finger around usually allows it to slip on OK.

Relative to another reviewer who suggested sizing up to allow for potential glove liners in really cold weather, I did try on a pair one size up in a local store (only pair they had in stock). The XL really swallowed my hands, and Im concerned if the dexterity needed in the fingertips for Di2 shifting would be there.

Reviewed 1/8/2018
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