The Rouleur padded gloves are made with a high-density padding to absorb the shocks of the road and trail – protecting your hands from vibrations and enhancing your comfort.
As the Rouleur name suggests, these gloves are much like the cyclists described; in the way that they are a consistent all-rounder – providing a degree of padding and comfort for your hands, while excelling at allowing control of the handlebars.
The lightweight breathable fabric of the stretch back panel on these cycling gloves lets your hands breathe as you perspire in hot conditions and when working hard on a ride. This helps with temperature regulation and reduces sweat build-up inside the gloves, which can affect your grip.
When you do break a sweat, use the sweat wiper on the gloves to wipe away perspiration and keep your vision clear for the road or trail ahead.
A supple and durable palm provides maximum control on the handlebars, brake levers and gear shifters. The low-profile adjustable cuffs of these cycling gloves allow you to adjust the fit as you go; while in-between finger pull-off tabs make for easy removal at the end of your ride.
These short finger cycling gloves also feature reflective detailing to increase your visibility and enhance your hand signals in low light conditions.
With four bold, block-colour options there is a choice that will allow everyone to match the GripGrab Rouleur Padded Gloves to their cycling kit and other accessories from the GripGrab range.
The GripGrab Rouleur Summer Cycling Gloves are simple all-round road riding gloves, with comfort padding, a hook-and-loop wrist closure and helpful pull-off tabs.
When your ride comes to an end, peg your gloves up on your washing line to air dry. You likely do not need to wash them after every ride; reducing the number of washes extends the product life and is kinder on your energy bills and the environment.
Will these gloves stop my hands from getting numb?
They will certainly help relieve numbness in your hands. The strategically placed palm padding on these cycling gloves helps to protect the ulnar nerve from compression caused by vibrations on rough roads and trails. Your hands are less likely to lose feeling, so you can stay comfortable and in control of the handlebars.