Pearl iZUMi Women's Symphony Cycling Glove
Bikes and Accessories
Set yourself apart from the crowd with the Pearl Izumi Women's Symphony Cycling Glove. This fingerless glove features feminine graphics, and is designed with a high-performance grip for optimum control and with U-Bridge foam padding to absorb road shock, and keep your hands comfortable and protected as you ride.
In the symphony Glove, the U-Bridge padding configuration alleviates pressure on the ulnar and medial nerves to help prevent stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. The Silicone palms offer an enhanced grip for improved control and sublimated polyester stretch fabric on the back of hands wicks moisture away, providing ventilation and comfort. The soft and absorbent microfleece thumb wipe will come in handy when you need to wipe your brow, and will dry quickly as moisture is wicked to the outer layer for evaporation.
Like all Pearl Izumi products the Women's Symphony Cycling Glove has a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship, that excludes failures from accidents, misuse, improper care, or normal wear. For best results Pearl Izumi recommends washing its products with detergents free of additives, such as fabric softeners and perfumes, because detergents with additives leave "surfactants" behind on a fabric's fibers that inhibit the technical performance. Hang dry the product or dry it on a low or warm dryer setting. Never use a hot dryer setting or use a commercial dryer as this will damage the fabric's performance.
- Silicone palm grip
- Breathable sublimated fabric
- U-Bridge foam padding configuration
- Soft microfleece wiping surface on thumb
- Content: Polyester, polyurethane, and spandex gel
- Thumb grip content: 100 percent polyester microfleece
- Small: 6 to 7-inch hand width, 15 to 18 centimeter hand width
- Medium: 7 to 8-inch hand width, 18 to 20 centimeter hand width
- Large: 8 to 9-inch hand width, 20 to 23 centimeter hand width
- Wash with additive free detergents
- Hang dry or use low/warm heat setting
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