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There’s a long list of things Mother Nature can throw at you on the trail. With 509 gloves, you’ll be able to brush everything from tree limbs to freezing rain aside as you charge ahead. The effectiveness of these gloves is a testament to 509’s understanding of the riders they serve. Having grown from a snow-centric film company to also become a dirt product powerhouse, the needs of folks who like to go fast are near and dear to 509. Gloves can be as crucial as the right jacket on some rides when performance is paired with safety — pick your pair up from Cycle Gear today!
There are some rules of the road (and off-road, for that matter) when it comes to cold weather riding; we’d recommend brushing up on them here. You’ll learn that good gloves fight numbness and promote dexterity in the cold, which puts 509’s offerings right at home in the backcountry. These gloves run the gamut, from gauntlet to low-profile. The former thrives in tough conditions. Long gauntlets are great at keeping snow out of glove fingers and jacket sleeves. Cinches, locks, Velcro closures and Thinsulate insulation on heavy-duty pro fit gloves are additional design elements that’ll keep the cold out. There will be other days when the warmer weather calls for a less intense glove. 509 has you covered again and it’s low-profile offerings are breathable, have short cuffs and boast synthetic anti-slip material on the palm among other perks. Wear ‘em when riding or wrenching on your sled — either is the right choice for those who take quality gear seriously.
Blasting down the trail on a snowmobile is like being in a wind tunnel at times, as it puts a lot of cold air over your hands. Hit the snow banks with confidence and bank on 509 to provide you with quality gloves, available now from Cycle Gear.
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