Assos RS Long Finger Targa Gloves (Black Series) (M)

Assos RS Long Finger Targa Gloves (Black Series) (M)
P13.50.543.18.M
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Assos RS Long Finger Targa Gloves Description:

Assos Race Series Long Finger Gloves focus on grip, full hand articulation, and a precise fit. Lightweight gloves for summer riding that offer high breathability to keep your hands cool and dry while maintaining a confident grip. Touchscreen-compatible fingertip makes it easy to stay connected or grab a quick photo. The slip-on design and anatomic cut allow for increased brake and shift lever control, especially while descending in the drops.


Features:

  • Improved wrist cut that allows for better freedom of movement
  • Perforated synthetic palms eliminate friction while maintaining grip and bar feel
  • Absorbent terry on the thumb panels provides a whipping surface
  • Ultralight, highly breathable material keeps hands cool and dry
  • Long-finger design extends grip to the fingertips for increased control at the brake and shift levers

Specifications:

  • Garment Type: Long Finger Gloves
  • Gender: Universal
  • Discipline: Road & Gravel
  • Closure: Slip-On
  • Palm Padding: Foam
  • Application: Summertime Riding
  • Touchscreen Compatible: Yes
  • Knuckle Protection: -
  • Thumb Wipe: Yes
  • Visibility: -
  • Color: Black

This product was added to our catalog on November 8, 2023

Measurement Guide:

  • Measure circumference just below the index finger, around widest part of palm
Manufacturer's SizingCircumference (in)Circumference (cm)
2XS06.6"17cm
XS07"18cm
SI7.8"20cm
MI8.6"22cm
LII9"23cm
XLII9.4"24cm
XLGIII10.2"26cm

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