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Mavic Race Gloves

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MSRP : $34.95


Product Description

The Spring Race Glove is great for early Spring riding/ late FallTraining.The Spring Race glove will keep your hands warm without adding bulk.The no fuss, elastic design, allows for quick and easy installation.The silicon palm helpTo keep your palms planted onThe bars.



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