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Assos Bonka Glove Evo7
$139.00
Assos' Bonka Glove Evo7s are designed for maximum warmth without unnecessary bulk. They feature technical fabric on the backs with Assos' airBlock and water-repellent technology, multi-density padding, and abrasion-resistant palms with excellent grip. The neoprene cuffs are low-volume and cut to fit perfectly with your jacket to avoid heat loss and interference with your sleeves.
Assos Early Winter Gloves S7
$119.00
You'll be amazed at how warm this low-volume glove is! Assos' Early Winter Gloves S7 are made of Assos' Stratagon medium-weight fabric with strategically-placed padding on the palms. They're great on their own down to temperatures around 40 degrees. If you are riding in cooler weather, wear with a liner to increase the warmth of these winter mitts.
Assos Shell Gloves S7
$89.00
Cold, rain, wind—and anything else Old Man Winter can throw at you—are no match for Assos' extra-rugged Shell Gloves S7. Warmth and water resistance come courtesy of these lobsters' neoprene fabric, and the mitten-like efficiency means you'll never get cold hands again.
Assos Long Summer Gloves
$79.00
Wear the Assos Long Summer Gloves for full protection and grip on warm days. They're perfect for early season 'cross races and mountain biking, too. Grippy, padded palms feel great on your handlebar, while lightweight, micromesh backs boost ventilation and comfort.
Assos Tiburu Glove Evo7
$59.00
Assos' Tiburu Evo7 gloves are perfect for intermediate seasonal riding conditions. Wear them when summer gloves don't provide adequate protection and when heavier gloves are too warm. They also provide extra grip and protection from road vibration and can be used as liner gloves under glove shells for heavy-duty winter use.
Assos Insulator Gloves S7
$49.00
When winter's chill comes creeping in, reach for Assos' Insulator Gloves S7. They're made of Assos' warm, breathable RXQ fabric with silicone ProGrip on the palms, and they're great on their own down to temperatures around 45 degrees. If you are riding in cooler weather, wear them as a liner to increase the warmth of your winter mitts.
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