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    White MTB gloves

    Looking for white pair, can't seem to info anything decent.
    Please help.

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    white PI gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by StumpyElite2010 View Post
    Looking for white pair, can't seem to info anything decent.
    Please help.

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    I have these, they're pretty cool I think

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    White MTB gloves

    Ok, so here I am again with my new pair of Fox 360 Machina gloves
    check at foxhead dot com.

    You probably need them to be white on the upper surface to reflect sunlight, which is the case for these and they are black on the bottom for the gripping dirty side since white would be a mess after a few rides.
    Go to a MTX store and put them on, you will feel they are perfect fit!


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    How long do they stay white? Seems that between all the dirt, dust and mud they wouldn't last very long.

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    They look elegant when new.

    I have a pink and white pair of TLD for dh which I wore every weekend.

    https://www.troyleedesigns.com/products/0643-01

    they will never stay white unless they are covered with plastic bags
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    The Giro Remedy in Black/White looks good. I like the style of the 2009 better than the more current one. I wish I could find another pair in XL of those. They took the brunt of a couple of slides, so have some seams coming apart. They did their job though. A large portion of the front are white.

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    I like Troy Lee gloves, and the Air model is my fave. I like the single layer palm. They make an all white version.
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    The bigger you are, the harder you fall.

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    I have a pair of White Fox Dirtpaws and they turned brown/green/grey pretty quick. But I guess that's expected with any white gloves.

    If all else fails, you can ask Mickey Mouse where he gets his.

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    White 661 Raji gloves are awesome, especially for the $12.99 they often go for. Clean-up and recover quite well when tossed in with the regular laundry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willbo View Post
    If all else fails, you can ask Mickey Mouse where he gets his.
    LOL
    or Falco

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    +1 for the Dirtpaw. Just put on a set of white grips..after two rides im thinking it was a mistake. ??
    "foot to pedal, wheel to dirt, there is no substitute for the act of riding "

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    I have those same white Dirtpaws. They stayed white for approx. 15 minutes. Presumably they are washable, I've never tried. It's mountain biking, they're just going to get dirty again anyway.

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    I have a pair of white 661's. When they get dirty, I just throw them into the wash.

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    Troy lee Se Pro gloves. They actually stay white and they are the best gloves I've ever owned. The palm is a new type of Pittards leather that actually gets gripier when it gets sweaty/wet, It's also a single layer so it doesn't bunch up. I own three pairs now.

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    As I said before, I've had the Giro Remedies in White/Black, both 2009 and 2012. Both took the brunt of some nasty wrecks and were coming apart. I have several gloves that I rotate; I particularly like a couple of pairs of Giro Xen's, but I also have some Troy Lee, some Pearl Izumi Launch, and a pair of Mechanix, but I wanted to get another white pair. Looked and searched and wondered and hemmed and hawed, and finally decided on last years Fox Sidewinder in all white but...couldn't find them in my size. Got on Ebay and TaaDaa...White Sidewinders in XL, bought 'em right up. Yea!

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    They look really nice, but they would be impossible to keep clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpjumpy View Post
    White 661 Raji gloves are awesome, especially for the $12.99 they often go for. Clean-up and recover quite well when tossed in with the regular laundry.

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    Hi Stumpy, Looks like we have a lot in common.
    The Raji Looks sharp, I have quite a few Raji gloves (Green, Red and Black) and I like it for the Warm SOCAl weather...
    The white one will look sharp with my C'dale Flash and Scalpel...
    The model you provide a link to is an older one - hopefully i can find something similar.
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