100% Ridecamp Men's Full Finger Glove (Black) (S)

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100% Ridecamp Men's Full Finger Glove (Black) (S)
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The 100% Ridecamp Gloves are a basic every-day glove that lasts season after season. But don’t let its humble work-horse heart fool you - these gloves are packed with expert design features such as an ergonomic cuff tailored to fit around a watch, a single-layer Clarino™ palm for a direct contact feel that's buttery soft, and stretch finger gussets for full dexterity and mobility. Round them off with silicone grips on the palm and fingers along with integrated tech-threads so you never have to take them off to check your smart device and you have just about the only glove you will ever need on the trail or the track.


  • Nylon/Spandex top hand provides comfort and flexibility
  • Embossed ergonomic slip-on cuff tailored to accommodate training watch
  • Stretch finger gussets
  • Single-layer Clarino™ palm
  • Silicon printed palm and fingers improve grip and lever traction
  • Integrated tech-thread keeps you connected with your devices

Gender: -
Closure: Slip-on
Palm Padding: Single-layer Clarino™
Touchscreen Compatible: Yes
Knuckle Protection: No
Thumb Wipe: Yes
Color: Black

This product was added to our catalog on May 5, 2021

Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 31 2021 (10 months ago)
100% Ridecamp Men's Full Finger Glove (Black) (XL)
There is no blue on these. The cloth is black and the accents are gray. New in package they are a bit tight around the wrist and a bit short. I'm hoping they stretch out a little after some use.

Measurement Guide:

  • Measure from the base of the wrist where the first crease is, to the tip of the middle finger
Length (in)
S7-1/8 - 7-3/8"
M7-3/8 - 7-5/8"
L7-5/8 - 7-7/8"
XL7-7/8 - 8-1/4"
XXL8-1/4 - 8-1/2"

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.