VENTILATED & LIGHTWEIGHT GLOVES
Troy Lee Designs gloves are all researched, designed and meticulously tested before they make their way on to the hands of great athletes around the world. Our acute attention to detail paired with a fearless sense of style and design make for a superior quality product. With a vast selection of colors, construction and levels of protection, there is a perfect fit for every individual.
Air Glove Features:
- Self dyed 2-way stretch spandex body
- Dual layer perforated Clarino® synthetic leather palm
- Sonic-welded TPR graphics on top of hand and fingers
- Velcro wrist closure
|Measure circumfereance of the palm, do not include thumb.|
|INCHES||6.5 - 7.5||7.5 - 8.5||8.5 - 9.5||9.5 - 10.5||10.5 - 11.5|
|CENTIMETERS||16.5 - 19||19 - 21.5||21.5 - 24||24 - 27||27 - 29|
Ratings & Reviews
These gloves are awesome! Very comfortable and protective. I am on my second pair. I love the awesome color choices too!
These are the only gloves I'll wear. I even wear them around the house. I get a better feel and grip of the bars and controls. They last forever.
These are the best gloves in mountain biking. Seems are comfortable and fabric is very tough on crashes. My go-to glove.
Like a glove!
These gloves are fantastic. Best gloves I have owned hands down. And I have quite a few. They haven't worn through anywhere at all. My hands don't get very sweaty in them either. Super comfortable. Not restricting at all. I would buy 20 pairs of these and they'd last me for probably the rest of my riding career.
Good for MTB!
I use this for MTB. Light weight and breathable and tough on minor spills on the trails.
Look no further... you found em'...
I've found them. After trying almost every glove out there, including Troy Lee, these are my favorite. I find alot of gloves with funny shaped fingers or thumbs. Makes you wonder if they held a hand model convention in Chernobyl... too soon?? I had the Sprint gloves last season. Although the fit was great, and they palms were nice and thin to give that almost glove less feel, they had those stupid touch screen fingertips which I wore through almost immediately. Needless to say, these are great for your uphill climbs and downhill grinds. Extra star for the "pop wheelies"