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Stripped down to its simplest form.
The Giro Zero CS Glove satisfies demanding enthusiasts and pros alike with a minimalist design that forgoes unnecessary padding and bulk. It's for the rider seeking excellent bar feel and dexterous grip on training rides and races. The Cool Skin palm is impressively thin, conforming to your every move without uncomfortably bunching. Ventilated perforations disperse moisture and excess heat inside the glove. Four-way stretch fabric along the backside increases flexibility when you're in the drops or standing upright on a brutal climb. There's also a soft microfiber thumb for wiping sweat beading down your face.
- Low-profile glove maximizes grip and dexterity
- Cool Skin palm increases ventilation and bar feel
- Four-way stretch conforms to your every move
- Ventilated perforations disperse heat
- Soft microfiber thumb for wiping sweat
- Q & A
- Fit: Runs small
I've always done fine with gloves sized large. But the large size was just too small. I could take these on and off, but they are delicate, and there is no wrist strap to help. awesome color, though!
Great summer glove
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This is a great choice for a summer riding glove, the back of the hand is super breathable. The palm of the hand has a little bit of cushion to it without being bulky. I'd definitley recommend this glove to someone looking for a basic glove that will keep those hands cool and comfy.
Good for a ride or two
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
Already have ripped after 3 rides. Fits great, looks great and love the no padding but just not high quality
No padding needed
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I've been riding Zeros for years (I've probably had 10 plus pairs.) and love them. They were suggested at the LBS when I complained of numb hands. Turns out the darn padding from the gloves I was using was causing the issue! The only problem I've ever experienced is that the seam between the "webbing" fabric and the fabric/leather on the tops and bottoms of the fingers sometimes, not always, fails too quickly.