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Giro is perhaps best known for its helmets, but don't think for a second that the Proof glove is any less deserving of your recognition. Its aim is to be your go-to winter riding glove, and with a waterproof-breathable shell, and generous insulation, it's well equipped for such an endeavor. But the real surprise is how low profile all of that protection really is. The Proof glove looks the part of a full-blown winter setup, but thanks to its removable polyester insert, it's actually far more versatile than you might expect. The liner blocks wind, while the fleece lining keeps your digits warm in more moderate temperatures. And to ensure a secure connection with your controls, there are silicone grippers at the fingertips. The liners are useful, but when the mercury drops, the waterproof-breathable shell glove starts to shine. With 40g Thinsulate XT-S insulation, it packs ample warmth, without excess bulk. It's designed using Giro's Super Fit Engineering, which considers the mechanics of your hand, as well as glove construction, to maximize dexterity. This is accomplished through the use of thoughtful seam placement, and perhaps most significantly, an ergonomic Clarino synthetic leather palm, which is grippy and durable. And to ensure you don't freeze your digits when you need to answer your phone, the fingertips employ touchscreen compatible technology, so you can keep your gloves on when you need them most. The Giro Proof Gloves are available in six sizes, from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the color Black.
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Giro is perhaps best known for its helmets, but don't think for a second that the Proof glove is any less deserving of your recognition. Its aim is to be your go-to winter riding glove, and with a waterproof-breathable shell, and generous insulation, it's well equipped for such an endeavor. But the real surprise is how low profile all of that protection really is. The Proof glove looks the part of a full-blown winter setup, but thanks to its removable polyester insert, it's actually far more versatile than you might expect. The liner blocks wind, while the fleece lining keeps your digits warm in more moderate temperatures. And to ensure a secure connection with your controls, there are silicone grippers at the fingertips. The liners are useful, but when the mercury drops, the waterproof-breathable shell glove starts to shine. With 40g Thinsulate XT-S insulation, it packs ample warmth, without excess bulk. It's designed using Giro's Super Fit Engineering, which considers the mechanics of your hand, as well as glove construction, to maximize dexterity. This is accomplished through the use of thoughtful seam placement, and perhaps most significantly, an ergonomic Clarino synthetic leather palm, which is grippy and durable. And to ensure you don't freeze your digits when you need to answer your phone, the fingertips employ touchscreen compatible technology, so you can keep your gloves on when you need them most. The Giro Proof Gloves are available in six sizes, from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the color Black.
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Giro is perhaps best known for its helmets, but don't think for a second that the Proof glove is any less deserving of your recognition. Its aim is to be your go-to winter riding glove, and with a waterproof-breathable shell, and generous insulation, it's well equipped for such an endeavor. But the real surprise is how low profile all of that protection really is. The Proof glove looks the part of a full-blown winter setup, but thanks to its removable polyester insert, it's actually far more versatile than you might expect. The liner blocks wind, while the fleece lining keeps your digits warm in more moderate temperatures. And to ensure a secure connection with your controls, there are silicone grippers at the fingertips. The liners are useful, but when the mercury drops, the waterproof-breathable shell glove starts to shine. With 40g Thinsulate XT-S insulation, it packs ample warmth, without excess bulk. It's designed using Giro's Super Fit Engineering, which considers the mechanics of your hand, as well as glove construction, to maximize dexterity. This is accomplished through the use of thoughtful seam placement, and perhaps most significantly, an ergonomic Clarino synthetic leather palm, which is grippy and durable. And to ensure you don't freeze your digits when you need to answer your phone, the fingertips employ touchscreen compatible technology, so you can keep your gloves on when you need them most. The Giro Proof Gloves are available in six sizes, from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the color Black.
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For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at the pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around...
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