Pearl Izumi Pro Softshell WxB 3X1 Glove

    * This high-end 3 in 1 winter glove features a fully waterproof shell with a fleece-lined liner glove for extra warmth     * The PRO Barrier WxB with Outdry® provides water protection by bonding the waterproof, breathable membrane directly to the external layer of the glove     * Pittards® WR100X Natural Carbon Leather palm

    * This high-end 3 in 1 winter glove features a fully waterproof shell with a fleece-lined liner glove for extra warmth     * The PRO Barrier WxB with Outdry® provides water protection by bonding the waterproof, breathable membrane directly to the external layer of the glove     * Pittards® WR100X Natural Carbon Leather palm provides superior softness and durability     * Primaloft® insulation provides warmth without bulk     * Fleece lined     * Liner glove features PRO Thermal Lite fabric and strategically placed Clarino synthetic leather in high-wear areas     * Hook and loop closure     * Anatomic fit maximizes dexterity for shifting and braking     * Reflective elements for low-light visibility     * Weather forecast: Very cold with rainfalls     * Temperature rating: +/- -5 degrees     * Shell fabrics: Back of Hand is 73% nylon 14% spandex 13% polyester and Palm is 52% Leather 29% nylon 19% polyurethane     * Liner fabrics: Back of Hand is 77% polyester 16% spandex 7% nylon and Palm is 72% polyester 16% spandex 7% nylon 5% polyurethane

Product Features

  • Our warmest glove ever combines a Thermal Lite liner with a completely waterproof, Primaloft® insulated shell for maximum versatility in the nastiest weather.
  • P.R.O. Barrier WxB with Outdry® provides water protection by bonding the waterproof, breathable membrane directly to the external layer of the glove
  • Primaloft® insulation provides warmth without bulk
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  • Shell: Back of Hand: 73% nylon 14% spandex 13% polyester; Palm: 52% Leather 29% nylon 19% polyurethane; Liner: Back of Hand: 77% polyester 16% spandex 7% nylon; Palm: 72% polyester 16% spandex 7% nylon 5% polyurethane ; Use simple detergents with no additives; Never use detergents with fabric softeners, perfumes or any additive type product; The general rule of thumb is the simpler the better.; Many detergents with additives leave “surfactants” behind on a fabric’s fibers that inhibit the technical performance; Typically the best detergents to use will have “Clear” or “Free” in their names; Don’t pour the detergent directly onto the clothing, put it in the washer first, when you start the water; If something is not functionally working, but is not dirty, try rinsing it twice in warm to hot water; This will help get rid of the harmful surfactants. Read the care content label; On the inside of your garment, or on the hangcard, there are instructions for the care of that individual piece; On garments this will be on a side seam or back seam label. Follow those directions; On finer fabrics, use a “Gentle” cycle. Close all zippers, attach “hook and loop” closures on gloves You can use the dryer, carefully; If you use a dryer be sure to use a lower / warm heat setting (Do NOT use a commercial dryer or a “Hot” setting); This will often restore the fabric and help the water and wind repellent qualities; If in doubt, hang the clothing to dry.
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Comments

Junkman says:

And the Winner Is… Bought these for my wife. We are road cyclists, 4000-6000 mi/yr. She chooses to wear them on the coldest days instead of her old Pearl Izumi lobster claws with liners. We ride in the high 30’s if the sun is out. In the high 30’s she says her hands are cold in these gloves. However, she is very sensitive to cold hands, and apparently she is not cold enough to stop riding in the 30’s. 40 degrees and up, she brags about these gloves.I should point out that we are in our late 50’s and…

chris says:

Only gloves that have kept my hands warm I’ve been desperate for a pair of winter gloves that can keep me hands warm for more than 20 minutes. Even with my previous pair of lobster gloves and 2 layers underneath, my hands would still freeze up when the temperature dipped below 35 degrees. I have had these for a few weeks and they have done a really good job. I took them out the other day with temperatures in the upper 20s and 15+ mph winds, and these kept may hands serviceable (which is more than I can say about any other glove – I…

Fat Mike says:

Super Warm My hands get cold before the rest of me does. These gloves are great for riding in temps as low as 30 degrees. If it warms up, it’s super convenient to be able to remove one layer of gloves and keep going. I just stuff the other layer in a jersey pocket and keep riding. Two thumbs up from me.

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