Pearl iZUMi Men's Escape Thermal Gloves, Screaming Yellow, Large

$30.00


About this item

  • Pull On closure
  • SELECT Thermal fabric provides optimal insulation, moisture transfer, dry time and odor–resistance
  • Conductive synthetic leather on the glove's index finger and thumb works with touch screen devices
  • Synthentic micro-suede palm for a super soft, super durable surface
  • Soft fleece wiping surface on thumb
  • Reflective elements for low–light visibility

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Product Code:

B07NNSXQM4

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You'll obsess over the smooth, supple, yet exceptionally durable fabric of these gloves, ideal for cycling, running or anytime you need lightweight warmth.


Product details
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 15 x 4 x 2 inches; 2.24 Ounces
  • Item model number : 14141608
  • Department : Womens
  • Date First Available : May 5, 2016
  • Manufacturer : Pearl Izumi - Ride
  • ASIN : B01BETEXXU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #447,894 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #1039 in Women's Outdoor Recreation Gloves, Mittens & Liners
    • #1554 in Men's Outdoor Recreation Gloves, Mittens & Liners
    • #2389 in Women's Cold Weather Gloves

Very disappointed in these. There was no moisture wicking in these gloves at all. My hands were soaking wet at 2 mile mark of a very long race, and I was doubly disappointed because I have five other glove sets that would have done a better job. Price was good and that should have been an indicator of actual performance. I also should have tested them first :( That was my mistake...please don't make the mistake of buying these if you need any kind of wicking effect in your sport--it does not exist with these gloves. Wearing these gloves was like holding a cold wet sponge for many miles until I decided that cold hands were better than the COLD and WET hands.

For all I always hear and read about Pearl iZumi I was more shocked than anything else.

Would hardly call these thermal gloves. Couldn't imagine using them any lower than the high 40s or low 50s. purchased the "pro" version of the PI gloves as well to compare and indeed they are a bit thicker/warmer. That said, on a day of 35 degree weather, they didn't stand a chance either and were made usable with a under layer below it. If you were to purchase these, I would suggest a second, thicker, wind-proof layer above it for anything below the mid-40s

Fit perfectly. I got these gloves for days that are a bit cooler to ride barehands but wanted something very thin and streamlined so I can use it as a liner underneath a pair of soft-shell gloves. These do just that. Love them!

Maybe my expectations were too high but I didn't find the gloves to be particularly warm or useful cycling. In my experience:

* Good for above 50 degrees
* Good wind protection.
* Recommend keeping them dry. My fingers froze running in the rain with them.
* No padding for cycling.
* Very comfortable, flexible.
* Nice feature to be phone screen sensitive.

Probably wouldn't buy them again but, instead, look for a warmer, padded glove.

Very soft thin gloves with no padding. Might be OK for mountain biking if you have soft grips. Not sure I'd try these on a road bike. I plan to use them mostly for running and hiking during the winter, in above-freezing weather only. Touch screen feature works fine, even for 2-finger gestures like zoom and rotate.

Tight fit on my hands, which is great for cycling, but the fingers are about a quarter-inch too long, which somewhat gets in the way when using my touchscreen. They keep my hands reasonably warm down to the mid-40s, and also work great as a liner under other gloves when it gets colder. I like to wear a pair of Defeet gloves over them when I first head out, and then pull the Defeets off once my hands warm up, or the temps go up. Since Defeets are really stretchy, it works out great.

Love them. I ordered a size medium without sizing my hand and the the perfect size, no loose fingertips (except for a tad bit at the thumb). But I don't notice it while riding. Good to about 45-50 degrees, but I'd say 45 is pushing it. There's no insulation, just wind blocking. I can use my phone perfectly with them

These gloves fit fine but they're poorly made and within a couple weeks of light wear (as in, biking 2 miles to work every day), the threads in the cuff are coming undone and frayed. Would expect better of Pearl iZUMi

Good quality but not the least thermal

Fällt leider viel zu klein aus. Mein Mann braucht normaler Weise die 9 bei Handschuhen. Bei diesem Artikel würde er wohl eine 11 brauchen. Schade.

Un guante me llego descocido , realmente los ocupaba para una competencia por eso no hago la devolución , pero seria bueno que revizaran sus productos antes de mandarlos.