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Giro Riv'Ette CS Gloves Women black/electric purple (2021)

ID: 1300732
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Giro Riv'Ette CS Gloves Women black/electric purple
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Product Description

The Riv’ette CS is the lightest weight full finger glove Giro have ever designed. By using the finest Italian made Gradient stretch woven back hand fabric, they are able to give a compressive feel that is like wearing no gloves at all. It’s the ideal choice when the temperatures start to soar and you need maximum control with great bar feel, and this is why it’s a favorite of riders from Team Clif Bar, the number one women’s World Cup Mountain Bike team. The Cool Skin palm is light and tough while being the airiest and driest of any of Giro's gloves, too.


  • Cool Skin microfiber palm
  • Three-panel Super Fit Design
  • Gradient stretch-woven backhand
  • Normal size > SHOW SIZE GUIDE <
  • Straight cut for normal freedom of movement
Main Information
Season: Year-round
Short finger: Long
closure system: Slip on  
Upper hand: 93% nylon, 7% elastane/ Inner hand: 55% nylon, 45% polyurethane  
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