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Specialized BG Gel Long-Finger Gloves

Specialized BG Gel Long-Finger Gloves
  • Color: Black /Neon Yellow
  • Color: Black/Black
  • Color: Black/Black
  • Color: Red
  • Color: White
  • Color: White
  • Color: Cyan
  • Color: Cyan
  • Color: Moto Green
  • Color: Moto Green
$20.00 - $45.00
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Details

The WireTap technology in Specialized's BG Gel Long-Finger Gloves allows you to operate a touchscreen electronic device without taking your gloves off! The glove itself features thick, durable gel foam padding, plus Specialized's Body Geometry technology to cushion vibrations, protect your hands and provide superior pressure distribution for awesome comfort. These sweet gloves also boast Specialized's durable Micromatrix synthetic leather on the palms for a nice bar feel, absorbent thumbs for face wiping and Velcro closures for fine-tuning the fit.

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Body Geometry Gloves

WireTap technology

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
Cyan / Small 719676214139
Cyan / Medium 719676213941 671E-3823
Moto Green / Medium 719676292694 67114-1013
Moto Green / XX-Large 719676293141 67114-1016
Cyan / X-Large 719676210346 671E-3825
Cyan / XX-Large 719676212838 671E-3826
Black/Black / Small 719676210155 671E-3812
Black/Black / XX-Large 719676212890 671E-3816 21550
Red / Small 719676213552 671E-3832
White / Small 719676211879 671E-3842
White / Medium 719676213668 671E-3843 22160

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5.0

(based on 1 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable 

Cons

  • Pricey / poor value 

Best Uses

  • Fitness 
  • Trail 

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5

Great gloves

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from Oakville, ON

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Pros

  • Comfy

Cons

  • Expensive

Best Uses

  • Fitness
  • Trail

Comments:

Great gloves with enough air flow and palm protection. The only "con" I have is the price. Piece of material (even branded one) shouldn't cost $60+

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