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Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Softshell Lite Gloves

Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Softshell Lite Gloves

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Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Softshell Lite Gloves

An update on a Pearl Izumi favorite, their Softshell Lite Gloves add lightweight insulation to wind and water resistance for bulk-free maneuvering through cool, wet miles. P.R.O. Softshell combines with 50g Primaloft Gold insulation on the back of the hand, while a synthetic-leather palm with silicone traction printing helps riders maintain control. Cool-weather benefits include an extended cuff to close the gap to sleeves, a fleecy-soft nose-wiping surface and reflectivity to keep you safe under wintry skies.

- P.R.O. Softshell with DWR finish provides wind and water protection
- 50g Primaloft Gold insulation provides warmth without bulk
-Conductive synthetic leather on index finger and thumb works with touch screen devices

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    Pros

    • Looks good 
    • Snug wrists 
    • Dexterous 

    Cons

    • Not water resistant 
    • Not wind resistant 
    • Not warm 

    Best Uses

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    Lite? More like non-existent.

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    Pros

    • Looks good
    • Snug wrists
    • Dexterous

    Cons

    • Not water resistant
    • Not wind resistant
    • Not warm

    Best Uses

    • None

    Comments:

    Purchased this glove as a liner and to use on cooler days between the lobsters in the winter and the open finger gloves of the summer. Unfortunately the glove is suited to no season whatsoever as it is not warm enough to use as a liner in the winter, nor is it water resistant or wind resistant to use as a stand alone glove in the fall. In short this glove serves as both a poor liner and stand alone glove in anything but the most optimal conditions.

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