Our team has designed these comfortable "second skin" gloves for your first mountain bike rides in dry weather lasting up to 1½ hours. Give your hands a second skin! These ST 100 gloves are an essential for mountain biking. They cover the entire hand and have additional padding, as well as stretchy fabric and mesh for comfort.
The stretchy fabric and mesh fabric create a second skin effect.
The reinforced fabric won't get snagged on branches or the ground.
A fresh feel: airy fabric, mesh between the fingers, micro holes on the palm.
Velour for handlebar grip and silicone fingertips for good grip on the brakes.
Ease of use
They are incredibly easy to put on thanks to their pull tab and elastic cuff.
CYCLING MOUNTAIN BIKES SPORT TRAIL MTB
LEVEL OF PRACTICE
SMART MTB GLOVES: 2 PRESS STUDS
The press studs let you keep the right and left hands together. Why? To hang them on your handlebars so that you can finish packing your hydration backpack. To clip them to our new ST 500 shorts when taking a break. To never have to look for that missing glove out of the wash or in the drawer. Clever, don't you think?
WHY WEAR MOUNTAIN BIKING GLOVES IN SUMMER?
MTB gloves are important for your safety all year round. Keeping your hands covered all the way to the fingertips is key to preventing scratches from vegetation, especially in the forest or on singletracks. What's even more important, when you fall, is that your reflex is to put your hands out to cushion yourself. MTB gloves keep your hands from getting scratched and cut. Gloves are also there to dampen vibrations when riding.
A VARIETY OF FABRICS
Our engineers and designers closely studied the hand's contact points when mountain biking. They have chosen: - a material on the back of the hand that withstands vegetation. - a material on the palm that grips the handlebars well. - silicone bands to grip the brakes (on 3 fingers, because that's all you need to brake). Certain contact points, like the palm, are also padded while others are breathable.
These ST100 gloves are compatible with your smartphone. You can track your GPS routes, use your apps or take photos at any time with the touchscreen-friendly fabric on the fingertips.
The seams have been specially designed to be more resistant to tearing.
TERRY CLOTH FOR PERSPIRATION
Because mountain bikers perspire as much as tennis players, a small section of the thumb is made of terry cloth. It also comes in handy for runny noses.
Use the two press studs to keep them together.
Our engineers always have real riders test all our products in real conditions. These tests round out our lab tests and let us validate all our products before they hit store shelves.
Back of the hand : 97.0% Polyester (PES), Back of the hand : 3.0% Elasthane Palm : 92.0% Polyester (PES), Palm : 8.0% Elasthane