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Assos Als Insulator Gloves
$41.99
Because they're great in a wide range of temperatures, the Assos Als Insulator gloves will be with you on many rides. They're made of 601.Roubaix fabric with Assos logo grippers on the palms and are great on their own down to temperatures around 45 degrees. If you are riding in cooler weather, wear them as a liner to increase the warmth of your winter mitts.
Assos Bonka Glove Evo7
$149.00
Assos' Bonka Glove Evo7s are designed for maximum warmth without unnecessary bulk. They feature technical fabric on the backs with Assos' airBlock and water-repellent technology, multi-density padding, and abrasion-resistant palms with excellent grip. The neoprene cuffs are low-volume and cut to fit perfectly with your jacket to avoid heat loss and interference with your sleeves.
Assos Early Winter 851 Gloves
$103.99
You'll be amazed at how warm this low-volume glove is! Assos' Early Winter 851 Gloves are made of Airblock 851 fabric with strategically-placed padding on the palms. They're great on their own down to temperatures around 40 degrees. If you are riding in cooler weather, wear them as a liner to increase the warmth of your winter mitts.
Assos Early Winter Gloves S7
$89.00 - $119.00
You'll be amazed at how warm this low-volume glove is! Assos' Early Winter Gloves S7 are made of Assos' Stratagon medium-weight fabric with strategically-placed padding on the palms. They're great on their own down to temperatures around 40 degrees. If you are riding in cooler weather, wear with a liner to increase the warmth of these winter mitts.
Assos RS Aero FF Gloves
$69.00
Tactile feedback, lightweight protection, and overall comfort were the primary focal points of the Equipe RS Aero FF gloves, each of which has been addressed through careful textile development and patterning. The streamlined “no wrinkle” silhouette comes courtesy of seven individual panels that have been cut to form a curved 3D shape, mimicking the intricate anatomical structure of the human hand as it grips the bars. At the back of the hands Assos applied their Breezer Tex, an ultralight woven fabric with mesh-like structure, which promotes breathability and delivers an ultrasoft feel. Strategically positioned pads on the palm, wrapped in perforated synthetic leather, deliver light support and protection, without blocking necessary feedback from the bar. The resulting gloves create a barely-there layer, free of bulky fasteners and fabrics, for a smooth low-volume fit.
Assos RS Aero SF Gloves
$59.00
Articulation and comfortable protection take center stage, made possible with five different textiles, 10 panels, and three components. In other words, there’s nothing standard about the RS Aero SF Gloves. The streamlined “no wrinkle” silhouette has been cut to form a curved 3D shape, mimicking the intricate anatomical structure of the human hand as it grips the bars. At the back of the hands Assos applied their Breezer Tex, an ultralight woven fabric with mesh-like structure, which promotes breathability and delivers an ultrasoft feel. Strategically positioned triangulated pads on the palm—wrapped in perforated synthetic leather—deliver light support and protection, without blocking necessary feedback from the bar. The resulting gloves create a superlight layer, free of bulky fasteners and fabrics, for a smooth low-volume wrap across the hands.
Assos Summer Gloves S7
$49.00
These Assos Summer Gloves feature intelligent padding on the underside to dampen vibrations and mesh panels between the fingers for a light and agile fit. They are ideally suited to use during the hottest days. With a flexible slip-on cuff and stretchy back, these gloves are close-fitting enough to be aerodynamic yet extremely light to wear. Protection without bulk: perfect.
Assos TRAIL FF Gloves
$79.00
Full-finger protection and fatigue-battling comfort result from countless hours on the trail, testing new materials and patterns. This gave Assos an idea of where hot spots tend to develop and how some hands actually favor certain positions more than others, helping to fine-tune the gloves’ panels. As such, these are cut to form a curved 3D structure, mimicking the intricate anatomical structure of the human hand as it grips the bars. The result? Targeted support where you need it, and less weight where you don’t. These gloves use a durable 3D Mesh on the palm, covered with light, perforated padding at the top and outer section, plus the thumb, where hands tend to “weight” the bar. The fingertips have also been wrapped in a tough double layer, with silicone treatment on the first two fingers for brake lever control. The flexible cuff molds to your wrist, providing a near-custom fit without any irritation.
Assos Tiburu Glove Evo7
$49.00
Assos' Tiburu Evo7 gloves are perfect for intermediate seasonal riding conditions. Wear them when summer gloves don't provide adequate protection and when heavier gloves are too warm. They also provide extra grip and protection from road vibration and can be used as liner gloves under glove shells for heavy-duty winter use.
Assos bonkaglove_evo7
$129.00
The Assos Bonkaglove_Evo7 use Assos' proprietary Airblock fabric to deflect the wind and include a water repellent treatment that means spray runs off rather than saturating the material. Created to prevent heat loss yet maintain sensitivity, these high-performance winter cycling gloves feature multi-density padding with a thermostatic function. A low-profile neoprene cuff locks in warmth and slips right under your jacket sleeve to eliminate gaps.
Assos rainGloves_evo7
$69.00
Assos' rainGloves_evo7 are excellent gloves for a wide range of rainy conditions. Even in temperate climates, wet hands on the bike can quickly chill, leading to numbness, discomfort, and difficulty controlling the bike. You know Assos, and this goes against their ethos: "Suffer in Comfort." That’s why they crafted these low-volume neoprene rain gloves, unbeatable in providing minimalist protection from rain. With a flat palm featuring subtle printed grippers for road riding or mountain biking, these riding rain gloves have improved ergonomics and a minimal number of seams. Wear alone in mid-range temperatures or with a thin liner glove to provide additional warmth on the coldest days.
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