Be bold with this eye popping glove design by Azonic. The Rhythm Slime Gloves offer a super lightweight design with bold non-fade graphics and a silicone palm print for extra grip.
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Tough glove. Good ventilation. Personally I seat a lot and i find That when the pink silicon gets wets it becomes slick. The cuff is also a little long for my taste
Out of all the gloves I have this has the most grip ever! It doesn't have any paddings but it will protect your hands if ever you have to crash and use your hands to protect your face from road rash. It held great after my crash, like nothing happened! I am still using it. You can use your touch screen phone while you have these pair on. Quality and design is great! The fit is perfect. It fits like a glove! Wait it is a glove! :)
These gloves are great. Fit just like my Giro DND gloves(same size). They are more breathable and grippier. I have taken a few good spills out on the trail and these guys have held up to the task. The only down side is that there are no perforations in the palm
Pardon the pun^^, but these things are sharp. I haven't ridden them out on the trail yet, but they fit great & look awesome. I can't wait to ride 'em out in public, I know they'll get some major looks. More than worth the price, these things are a steal, & stylish.
I freaking love love these gloves! Great grip! Super comfy! And def breathable for warm weather riding! I bought these when they were 4$ and wish i would have bought multi pairs. The eyeballs on the palms are fun too!
These are the best gripping gloves I have ever had. Even when your hands get wet, they still don't slip. The reason I can only give them 4 stars, is, the stitching came out of the side of the finger on the very first ride. I didn't crash or catch them on anything either. But my wife was able to sew them up, and you can't even tell.
I love these gloves!! Best grip I have ever had with mtn bike gloves. But I can't give them 5 stars, because on the very first ride the stitching started coming out on the sides of the fingers!! I didn't crash or snag them on anything. My wife had to sew them back together, so far they are holding up great.
I really did not need another pair of gloves but the giant eye balls called me in. I am just staring with clip less pedals so the gloves have seen the ground many times and are holding up tough!