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    Favorite fingerless mtb gloves? (nt)

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    I like all of Fox gloves. They're comfortable and they last.

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    Fox is cool

    for fit and comfort, except that I have callouses

    There must be a better fingerless glove.....or is this what they all do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christine
    for fit and comfort, except that I have callouses

    There must be a better fingerless glove.....or is this what they all do?
    Check out PI(pearl izumi) gloves, I love their stuff!

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    MTB - I use Specialized Pro gloves
    Road - I use Louis Garneau ErgoAir Glove

    I've had several pairs of Fox gloves as well. Some have lasted and some haven't
    Never be afraid to try something new.

    Remember amateurs built the Ark.
    Professionals built the Titanic.

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    Any more opinions on the subject?

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    Fox, I have three pairs all two years old

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    lots of riding and some crashing still look good.
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