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Pearl Izumi - P.R.O. AmFib Glove - Men's

Pearl Izumi P.R.O. AmFib Glove - Men's

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$48.98 - $48.99 $75.00

Item #PLZ009Q


Tech Specs

[body] P.R.O. Softshell, DWR coating, [palm] Clarino, [lining] fleece, [thumb] microfiber, [insualtion] Primaloft Gold (130g)
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P.R.O. AmFib Glove

Everybody likes having warm fingers, so it stands to reason that everybody will also be fans of the Pearl Izumi P.R.O. AmFib Cycling Gloves. Pearl updates this classic by constructing it from DWR-coated P.R.O. Softshell—which repels water while maintaining exceptional breathability—and stuffing it full of low-bulk Primaloft Gold synthetic insulation. The insulation and soft fleece lining will stay warm even if they get wet, while the durable Clarino palm is flexible but abrasion-resistant. The hook-and-loop cuff closure keeps heat in and water out, and the soft microfleece thumb panel provides a perfect surface for nose and goggle wiping.

  • Cycling gloves that provide wind and water protection
  • DWR and softshell to block wind and road spray
  • 130g Primaloft Gold insulation provides warmth without bulk
  • Clarino synthetic leather palm provides superior softness and durability
  • Fleece lined interior adds toasty insulation
  • Anatomic fit maximizes finger dexterity for shifting and braking
  • Soft fleece wiping surface on thumb eases cleanup
  • Reflective elements enhance low-light visibility

warm fingers

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

bought these to replace a pair of pearls ive had for 20 plus years,wanted to get something a little warmer and these are them! theyre a little snug at first but are breaking in nicely. ive done a bunch of rides in the low to mid 20's and besides a cold finger or two to start,these keep my hands really warm once I start riding.

Gloves for the Coldest Rides

    I didn’t count on these being so insulted and warm, but they are. The good is that these keep my hands plenty warm in rides with temps in the teens. I’m confident these would still be plenty warm for below zero temps. The biggest negative is, due to they’re insulation, they don’t have the best dexterity. Using them with my fat bike controls is ok but they get a little too bulky when used with drop bars and double tap shifters. Overall, these are great gloves for the coldest fat bike rides.

    Best gloves so far

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I've gone thru a few different types if gloves for this PA winter weather and so far these have done the job others didn't, went out on a ride at the trails near me it was in the 25 and my hands were as toasty as could be and with out wearing liners. Was very impressed how the performed.

    Better than orginals

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have had two pair of the originals which have finally given up the ghost after years of patching and repair. The new version is better fitting and clearly toaster than my older set. I hope they last as long but I've found them very warm, and well fitting. The hook and loop cuff is really quite nice and locks out any cold air vortexing in on windy days.

    Cold fingers

    • Fit: True to size

    Cold fingers remain cold, not like before wearing them but still cold enough to be uncomfortable.

    Wow, the perfect biking gloves 4 winter

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XL

    When the gloves arrived I was concerned that they would not fit. I always wear an XL in most everything. When I went to put them on, they fit absolutely perfect. Not only that, I could not believe the job they did on my ride in 32 degrees. My hands were perfectly warm and easy to maneuver the bike controls on handlebars. Also, where I thought the wrist would be tight, was perfect for keeping any cold air in the glove and very comfortable. This was a huge win to order this product. I cannot comment of quality as I have only used them twice thus far, but these gloves rock.

    For this review, I am going to state that the gloves run true to size. I am an XL and they just fit. But like most bike wear, true to fit is comical. Some bike jerseys are far too small. The gloves, for me, are a perfect fit. As a matter of fact, I am unsure how they fit so good when you look at them to the eye. I would say that if your hands run in-between sizes, then I would opt for the larger size. For example, if you sometimes wear a SMALL or a MEDIUM, then opt for the MEDIUM. For me, I always wear and XL and they just fit...just fit perfectly.

    The looks of the glove are nice too. Not plain and not too loud. I ordered the ones with the blue accent and they are nice looking.

    Since I just moved to a climate that is much colder than where I used to live, I was nervous about selecting a nice winter glove for riding. I am pleasantly surprised by making a great first choice. I would highly recommend these gloves to anyone who wants to have warm hands for those rather windy cold downhill mountain bike rides.

    Oven Mitts

      These gloves provide instant warmth and retain heat down to approximately 25 degrees. They also protect your hands from the wind. The one downside is that when you remove the gloves, the internal insulation also comes out with your fingers. It's surprisingly difficult to return the insulation to it's original position. Nevertheless, it's not simple to find gloves which are truly warm and also provide sufficient dexterity for switching gears and braking effectively. Hence, these are definitely keepers!

      I have had that same problem with the inner of the glove getting pulled out when the hand is removed - thin glove liners work very well to prevent this from happening. Hope this tip helps.

      Pearl Izumi Pro AmFib gloves

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      I just looked and almost all of my winter clothes are Pearl Izumi. I ordered 1 size up to give extra space in the fingers. These gloves keep my fingers warm in the coldest weather. Often ,when I wear my actual size gloves, my fingertips would get cold an hour into a cold ride. I have this same pair in my actual size and my fingertips get cold. I love these and they are durable and comfortable. I highly recommend these.

      Mmmm Toasty

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: XL

      I needed something to keep my hands warm while riding and running in Maine through the winter, and I am very happy with my purchase. In my opinion, they are thicker and bulkier than they appear in the images. While this 'bulkiness' slightly hinders dexterity, I am still able to shift and break with minimal limitations. If I were a more serious 'picky' rider, this may be an issue, but when it's 20°, I'm more concerned with warmth than the smoothest shifting. While I tend to 'run warmer' than most people, I find these extremely warm: so warm that my hands can become sweaty even in the coldest of conditions. So far, the coldest I've had them is 10° with a windchill while riding along the ocean - warm hands and no breeze coming through. These gloves also cover a few inches of my forearms keeping those areas nice and toasty. The reflective areas are convenient for darker riding, and the nose wipe is another great feature that I probably use far too often. I haven't had these out in the rain yet, and hope I never really have to, but I believe the fleece lining and DWR coated shell would keep me warm and dry. Also, you can't beat the sale price!

      Great buy

      • Fit: True to size

      Pealizumi has it figured out, Insulation on the part of the glove that faces the wind, I did a 35 mile gravel ride in Iowa with a 18mph head wind and my hands were more than comfy, Dexterity is compromised but its worth it for the warmth. The only down side is the liner tends to want to pull out when you remove your hand,

      I agree the liner moves when you pull your hand out and the gloves are bulky. It's worth it for the warmth these gloves provide.

      Thin glove liners FTW!

      Pearl Izumi

      Hand Circumference

      7.25 - 8in

      (18.4 - 20.3cm)

      8 - 8.75in

      (20.3 - 22.2cm)

      8.75 - 9.5in

      (22.2 - 24.1cm)

      9.5 - 10.25in

      (24.1 - 26cm)

      10.25 - 11in

      (26 - 27.9cm)

      Hand Circumference

      6.5 - 7.25in

      (16.5 - 18.4cm)

      7.25 - 8in

      (18.4 - 20.3cm)

      8 - 8.75in

      (20.3 - 22.2cm)

      8.75 - 9.5in

      (22.2 - 24cm)

      How to Measure:
      Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.