Cycling gloves have the function of absorbing sweat, non-slip, breathable, and protecting the palms and wrist joints. Sweat absorption, breathability and non-slip complement each other. When the bicycle is in a high-speed motion state, the rider’s control effect on the bicycle largely depends on the skill of the hand. The exquisite workmanship of riding gloves has made great efforts to prevent slip resistance. The air permeability depends on the material and size of the glove. The protection of the palm is mainly reflected in the rollover. The rider often touches the ground with the palm first to make the body slowly land. If there is no glove to absorb the shock, this action will easily cause the palm to be worn out and seriously damage the joints. So how do we choose a pair of satisfactory riding gloves?
1. Of course, good outdoor glove fabrics are made of GORE-TEX waterproof and breathable materials, which are waterproof and moisture-permeable. They can always keep the surface and the inside of the glove dry. The fleece material in the folder should also have very good softness. Breathability and warmth function and anti-pilling treatment, of course, the fabric should also have very good tear resistance.
2. The palm of the glove should be fully lined with non-slip and wear-resistant non-slip rubber grain leather or genuine leather material, which can increase friction and adhesion. Gloves should stretch freely and be close to the hand so that the fingers can be used freely, which can increase friction and adhesion. The finger bends are made of fabrics, and the ergonomic finger bending design enhances the flexibility of the fingers and also has the function of ventilation.
3. The glove wrist should have elastic tightening design and use professional waterproof zipper (gloves with zipper design), and the glove wrist should be designed to be lengthened. This not only prevents foreign matter and snow particles from entering the gloves, but also enhances the windproof and warmth performance of the gloves.
4. In order to adapt to the characteristics of outdoor activities, outdoor gloves should be designed with fasteners and lanyards on the bowl to facilitate the removal and wearing of the gloves, and also reduce the probability of loss of the gloves.