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Gray Ties DND Glove

21 reviews
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    All sizes back in stock end of November

  • Our version of the DND™ (Down And Dirty) by Giro is all about the essentials – fit, durability and control. It’s built to shred any bike in your stable. We use these gloves on the road, gravel, mtb, and even chopping wood. Remember to follow the rules, Ornot.

  • + Palm Super Fit™ design with three-panel palm for a tailored fit, Ax Suede™ synthetic leather for durability
    + Upper Moisture-wicking, 4-way stretch breathable mesh; Reinforced fingertips for hard-wearing durability; Flex zones at the knuckles enhance articulation
    + Padding2mm EVA crash pad distributes impact energy
    + Highly absorbent wiping surface
    + Simple, slip-on design
    + Silicone fingertip print provides enhanced grip and Touchscreen Technology
    + Made in collaboration with our friends at Giro and sewn in Vietnam

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    Bang On

    Gloves kick butt. Mega grippy, super comfy, really flexible and perfect for their use. You can even use a smartphone with them.

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    samuel s.
    United States United States


    Dude! Yes! These gloves fit perfectly and keep my hands warm in the frigid early hours. What more do you need?! Get them!

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    Damir H.
    United States United States

    Great gloves!

    These have been great as my go to gloves this winter (high 30s-40s degree weather). Although they might not be enough for most people, unless you have a high cold tolerance. Overall great gloves, they grip very well, offer good protection and still allow me to reach into my pockets to grab stuff.

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