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Altura Sprint Kids Short Finger Cycling Gloves now £4.99 / Altura Adult Podium Progel Short Finger Cycling Gloves £9.99 delivered @ Tredz
Altura Sprint Kids Short Finger Cycling Gloves now £4.99 / Altura Adult Podium Progel Short Finger Cycling Gloves £9.99 delivered @ Tredz

Altura Sprint Kids Short Finger Cycling Gloves now £4.99 / Altura Adult Podium Progel Short Finger Cycling Gloves £9.99 delivered @ Tredz

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Give your hands the comfort they need on long rides, with the Altura Podium Progel short finger cycling gloves.

These soft lightweight and durable mitts offer a great fit and feel on the bars. The synthetic leather palm is breathable and features strategically placed Progel inserts for extra comfort for those long rides. Micro-suede sweat wipes, finger pulls, and reflective detailing round off the features on these great road cycling gloves.

Key Features:
Synthetic leather palm with breathable Progel Air padding
Strapless stretch wrist cuff
Micro-suede sweat wipes
Finger pulls
Silicone cuff pull
Reflective detail

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Proper road cycling performance for younger riders. The Altura Sprint Kids short finger gloves offer comfortable protection with extra durability for aspiring young boys and girls.

The Stretch fabric upper offers a snug fit, while the synthetic leather palm is durable and will give them a secure grip on the bars. High density foam padding is strategically located in the palm for increased comfort as they ride. Micro-suede sweat wipes and reflective detailing round off the features on these great kids cycling gloves.

Key Features:

Stretch fabric with synthetic leather palm and high density foam padding
Low profile hook and loop cuff adjuster
Micro-suede sweat wipes
Reflective detail

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I've never really seen the point of these types of gloves and I say that with experience as I've cycled for thousands of miles.

The only gloves I've ever felt are necesssary are windproof ones that protect your fingers but each to their own.

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I've never really seen the point of these types of gloves and I say that … I've never really seen the point of these types of gloves and I say that with experience as I've cycled for thousands of miles. The only gloves I've ever felt are necesssary are windproof ones that protect your fingers but each to their own.


I quite like gloves as gives the hands a bit of padding and don`t get that tingling feeling after a decent ride, suppose I could get some better tape on the bars though.
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