Category Archives: gloves
POC + Ritte
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SoCal-based, bad boyz / bad girlz of cycling, Ritte have teamed up with POC, one of the most unique cycling helmet and apparel companies to form a whole line of collaborative products. Coming soon are POC + Ritte gloves, bibs, jersey and yes, a scarf. The whole collection looks great and I can’t wait to see photos of the team wearing this line.

See more at POC and check your local dealer for availability. This release is slated for mid-April.

Apr 7, 2014 No comments yet
Mash SF: New Giro Gloves in Stock
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I own these Giro gloves and they rule. Especially the iPhone sensitivity finger tips. Riding off-road, you need full finger gloves and that includes cross season. Getcha some at Mash!

Oct 4, 2013 Comments are OFF
Gantoli Cycling Gloves
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Vintage aesthetics at an affordable rate? Unheard of these days. Or if you can find it, it’s usually shit. Gantoli Cycling Gloves harken back to the era where all pros needed were friction downtube shifting, a cigarette and a bottle of wine. Ok, and a lot of drugs.

Check out their full glove line here.

May 2, 2013 1 comment
Giro First Friday 50: “Sherwood Camouflage” LX LF Glove
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Giro’s First Friday 50 is a new promotion where both new and classic designs return in a limited run. Each product is in stock, via the Giro Facebook page and with only 50 pieces available, they’re sure to sell out fast!

This month’s First Friday 50 is their “Sherwood Camouflage” LX LF Glove.

“We decided to bring a timeless “Sherwood Camouflage” pattern to the LX LF™ by using a process that enables a design to be permanently applied to leathers. Sherwood Camouflage is a subtle variation of Woodland Camo, which was designed at the end of World War II by the US Army Engineer Research and Development Lab.”

Scoop these up after “liking” their Facebook here. Hurry though, I waited to post this after I made sure I could buy a pair myself…

Feb 1, 2013 7 comments
Precedents
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Sometimes when you begin to design something new, you look to the past for inspiration. These precedents influenced their modern counterparts. Kyle picked up the photos from La Rueda Tropical.

Jan 17, 2013 2 comments