Giro Sport Design Pivot Bike Gloves
Start off in the right direction with the Giro Pivot Bike gloves. Made with Hipora membrane and Pertex stretch ripstop shell, these full-fingered bad boys are waterproof, breathable, lightweight and flexible. Plus, X-static fleece lining offers antimicrobial odor control and thermal regulation down to 35 degrees Fahrenheit, making the Giro Pivot Bike Gloves the ultimate in all-weather cycling protection.
- Material: Hipora® membrane and Pertex® stretch ripstop shell
- Lining: X-static® fleece lining offers antimicrobial odor control and thermal regulation to keep you cool in summer and warm in winter
- Waterproof protection and breathability with flexible, lightweight construction
- Clarino™ synthetic leather palms, fingers and thumbs are durable, grippy, supple and water-repellent
- Super Fit™ engineering tailors gloves to match the shape and size of your hand
- 3-panel palm construction significantly minimizes bunching while enhancing bar grip and feel
- Thumb and 2 fingers feature silicone tips for enhanced handlebar and brake grip
- Cuffs feature a rip-and-stick closure strap that hugs wrists for a secure fit
- Soft and highly absorbent fabric on the thumbs gives you a gentle place to wipe your nose and brow
- Reflective detailing increases your visibility in low light
- Temperature rating: 35 degrees F
Purchase the Giro Sport Design Pivot Bike Gloves from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- February 10 2012
To start, I'm a big fan of Giro cycling gloves. I've had the basic fingerless gloves for warm days (Bravo), simple gloves with fingers (Bravo LF) for cool days but I needed something for COLD days (<40F qualifies for here in the SF Bay Area). I tried the Blaze2 by Giro but they weren't much warmer than the BravoLF. But these Pivot gloves are nice and toasty. They are bulkier than your normal cycling gloves so you'll only wear them when its cold, but in those cases you'll appreciate the warmth. The fit and quality from my initial few uses seems great and up to the quality I'm coming to expect from Giro gloves.
- January 25 2012
Good Gloves - Size up!
Have been happy with all Giro products I've used in the past, and the Giro Pivots are the most recent on the list - seem well made and thought out. They walk the fine line between too cold and too much bulk. Of note, I would recommending sizing up 1-2 sizes from your normal glove size, as I feel like the Giro sizing runs somewhat small...