Polaris Roam XC Enduro MTB Glove Olive 2012
Save 63% on the 2012 Roam XC Enduro Glove by Polaris!
Polaris Roam XC Enduro Glove Olive
Lightweight pull on XC/ Enduro glove. Ultra breathable lightweight mesh back. Single layer palm for maximum feel. Laser cut holes for airflow across the palm. Stretch neoprene cuff. High quality branded glove from the name you can trust! To wear it, is to be it! Lightweight pull on XC Enduro glove. Ultra breathable lightweight mesh back. Single layer palm for maximum feel. Laser cut holes for airflow across the palm. Stretch neoprene cuff. Micro mesh finger inserts for increased airflow. Terry Thumb. Silicon print grip on palm and grip tips. Colour: Olive, Ebony. Sizes S-XL.
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Polaris Bike Wear was founded in the early 1990s by Roger Dillon, named after the Pole Star. It's aim was to provide technical Mountain Bike clothing suitable for British weather and riding. He taught himself to sew, began designing his first range and thus the brand was born. Based in Derbyshire, Polaris distributes it's ranges to most major European countries, such as Spain, Germany and France, as well as numerous worldwide. As a brand, Polaris is also known for the groundbreaking and popular Polaris Challenge, a two day event combining Mountain Biking and Orienteering. The aim of this unique event is to gain points for navigating to set check points, with a fixed time limit to reach the finish. The individuals and teams with the most points (minus time penalties) are declared the victors. Polaris are also known for supporting worthwhile causes and charities, with examples including Project Enduro and Children In Need.
To find out more about Polaris, please visit http://lookbook.polaris-bikewear.co.uk/about-us/
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Tags: Full Finger
Sizes: L, XL
Gender: Ladies, Men's