Our Lo Down gloves are all about the fit. The comfortable and durable pre-curved construction prevents fabric bunching while providing riders with a second-skin fit for maximum bar control on tricky descents and steep climbs. Pre-curved palm and finger construction provide maximum articulation for superior bar control. A single-layer Clarino (R) palm construction ensures durability. Adjustable Velcro (R) cuff makes fit customizable while easing entry and exit of the gloves. Full-wrap fingertips offer maximum durability. Silicone textured fingertips improve grip at the brake levers and shifters.
|Lodown Clarino Gloves Specification|
|Gloves Type||Full Finger|
|Colour||Black, Green, Red|
|Designed for||MTB, Road|
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Specialized was born in California in 1974, by Mike Sinyard, initially as an Italian Component import business, and shortly afterwards manufacturing their own product ranges. Their first bikes were created in 1981, the Sequoia tourer and the still popular Allez road and Stumpjumper mountain bikes. In 1989 they were the second ever company to create a carbon fibre mountain bike, in the form of the Epic. To this day they offer a huge variety of bicycles, from children's to road bikes to mountain bike, which vary in cost from a few hundred to several thousand pounds. Nowadays Specialized are renowned for not only their bike ranges, but also their components, helmets, shoes and clothing lines, which have a reputation for being well designed yet affordable, and as such are a popular choice amongst UK riders of all levels. For more related products, please visit my Specialized section, where I strive to publish the best deals to help save you considerable money on your next purchase.
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Cyclestore comprises of an actual Cheshire based bike shop named Cycle Centre, together with the more widely known CycleStore.co.uk website. Established in 1992.. More details about Cyclestore.