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Giro Bravo Gloves

2/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $26.00

Product Description

The Giro Bravo is a versatile glove with optimized gel padding that delivers Giro?s exceptional Super Fit? ergonomic design and high-quality construction at an affordable price. It?s the perfect choice for riders who prefer the feel of a more traditional

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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by froze a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: February 23, 2012

Strengths:    Held up well with numerous washings

Weaknesses:    The padding in the palm is very thin and after a season of use is now completely compressed and useless.

Bottom Line:   
There isn't a whole lot to write about these gloves other then I won't buy them again. The only reason I didn't give these a 1 star rating was because someone may like a minimal padded glove...I don't.

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Favorite Ride:   wherever the wind blows

Price Paid:    $19.00

Purchased At:   Dicks Sporting Store

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Bike Setup:   too many bikes to mention

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