The ASSOS tiburuGloves_evo7 multi-purpose glove is suitable for most mid-season conditions. Wear them when summer gloves do not provide adequate protection, but heavier gloves are too warm.
These gloves are perfect alone or as a first layer in combination with summerGloves_S7 to offer extra grip and maximum shock protection. They make an excellent spring or autumn glove when riding conditions are cooler. The gloves works to shield your hands from cooling caused by cold air typical of spring and autumn riding conditions. Assos use an elastic fabric that is lightly brushed and fits like a second skin to offer maximum comfort and protection.
Assos are one of the world's pioneers and specialists in producing high quality cycling clothes and accessories. They are located in a region of Switzerland that has maintained a long standing tradition in first class textile engineering. In the 1970's, Toni Maier-Moussa, founder and chairman of Assos accidently invented lycra cycling clothing, whilst trying to create the ultimate bicycle. During the wind tunnel tests of the first ever carbon-fibre bike, Toni inadvertently found that lycra downhill ski racing suits had much less drag than the woolen-knitted cycling clothes of the time. To this day Assos firmly believe in total product competence, delivering optimum function and comfort, by researching and making its cycling clothing and accessories from the very best materials.
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