Giro's DND Jr. gloves mimic the style and value of their popular DND mountain bike gloves, with features designed for the youngest riders. The wide mouth cuffs are easy to open for fitting, and the palms are made of durable AX Suede that acts like a second skin without compromising feel and control of the bike.
Giro's LA DND’s simple, slip-on design acts like a durable second skin that provides a layer of protection from abrasion and hazards while enhancing comfort and control of the bike. The fit is tailored to eliminate bunching, and creates a feel that is durable enough for trail riding, yet light enough to use on the road.
$39.95 - $40.00
The Giro Remedy X2 is designed for the demands of aggressive trail riding and downhilling, now featuring enhanced full-hand protection and added breathability. Giro incorporated several key technologies that set the Remedy X2 apart—Poron XRD armoring keeps the knuckles and heel of the hand protected and strategic use of AX Suede synthetic leather keep these gloves flexible yet durable. Despite the added crash insurance, the Remedy X2 boasts exceptional bar feel thanks in part to the three-panel Super Fit engineered palm. The lightweight, 4-way-stretch mesh upper keeps your hands cool, even with the added protection.
Giro's Riv'ette is the glove for women who want to keep their hands covered but feel like they aren't wearing gloves. This minimal full-finger glove offers the ultimate in ventilation, control and bar feel. The supple, micro-vented Cool Skin palm is matched with a super-breathable stretch-mesh upper that offers an exceptional fit, so that the glove practically disappears when you put it on, which is exactly what you want when the miles are rolling up.
Less Can Be More. The Rivet II is the latest version of Giro's minimal full-finger glove for riders who want the ultimate in ventilation, control and bar feel. The supple, micro-vented Pittards Leather Palm is matched with a super-breathable stretch mesh upper that offers an exceptional fit, so that the glove practically disappears when you put it on, which is exactly what you want when the miles are rolling up.
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