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need new gloves(16 posts)

need new gloveszooog
Apr 2, 2002 2:56 AM
Simple but important. Always used a PI glove. White Line(ususally can get cheap) but need a new pair(s) Anyone use anything different? Looking for a bit more comfort with longer rides. Thanks
PI Pittardshusker
Apr 2, 2002 3:51 AM
PI Pittards. MUCH nicer than the white line, very nice and comforatable. A little more expensive, but well worth it.
agree...second the pittardsColnagoFE
Apr 2, 2002 9:44 AM
they wear like iron and are really comfortable. much more so to me than the gel ones.
PI Pittardsgwilliams
Apr 2, 2002 10:26 AM
Mine fell apart after a couple of washings.
you wash yours?ColnagoFE
Apr 2, 2002 10:31 AM
Just kiddin... but i only tend to wash mine a coupla times a season. they do tend to smell a bit after a while though.
my PI Gel-Lites stink after every ride! -I like Louis Garneau'sTig
Apr 2, 2002 2:34 PM
No choice but to wash them several times a week. They feel great though.

Louis Garneau is one of our team's sponsors and I like one of their models (forgot the name). They have less bulk than the PI Gel-Lites, but feel super comfy on longer rides.
Louis Garneau ErgoAirElefantino
Apr 2, 2002 5:14 AM
I found them to be more comfortable than PI White Line (of which I have several old pair; however, I haven't tried the "new" WL II). Also, on a lark I bought the Performance ErgoGel glove (I believe it's called the "Century"), which were on sale for $13 the last time I was near a Performance store and darn if they are as comfortable as anything I've worn.

I second the Louis Garneau ErgoAirsodade
Apr 2, 2002 6:30 AM
These are great summer gloves. I hate wearing gloves in the heat, but these puppies have ultra-cooling vent material in the palm and the back. I find most gloves have too much padding that causes the pad to get bunched up and makes my hands uncomfortable. The LG gloves have just the right amount of padding for comfort. Caveat - they might not be as protective when they meet the pavement as other gloves...
I have some of the Nashbar PittardsLone Gunman
Apr 2, 2002 5:59 AM
that are going into their third season, they are about shot, but have been as good as any I have owned.
re: need new glovesChen2
Apr 2, 2002 6:48 AM
I like Specialized Body Geometry gloves, I sweat a lot and my wife insists on running my gloves through the washer and dryer everytime she can get her hands on my bike cloths. These are the first glove I've found that she can't destroy. My PI's lasted one month. Those Specialized gloves are tough.
I like the Specialized Pro as wellrobbz27
Apr 2, 2002 8:22 AM
The gel insert really does help relieve pressure and keep your hands from going numb
Just a side note...Lone Gunman
Apr 2, 2002 1:46 PM
You can really transmit alot of germs and funk, etc. from NOT washing gloves out. Easy way to catch colds, sinus infections, eye infections....
you're probably rightColnagoFE
Apr 2, 2002 2:16 PM
though I rarely wash mine and never seem to have a problem with colds in the summer. maybe i'm just lucky.
Assos Prosline Summer gloves12x23
Apr 2, 2002 3:23 PM
The only Assos product I own, can afford, want, whatever. They are nice gloves. Used PI's the last 10 yrs or so.
Giessegi!rollo tommassi
Apr 2, 2002 4:07 PM
summer weight, perforated back, nice and cushy, tight fitting, wear well
re: need new glovesmbologna
Apr 6, 2002 4:25 PM
I use the PI Pittards, too and love them. Everyone is right, they do get stinky, but they are very comfortable.