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Most padded Gloves - fingerless

Old 01-07-19, 12:39 PM
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Most padded Gloves - fingerless

Hey, I'm an old user that hasn't visited the forums in years. I'm sure this discussion has come up many times before but 5-10 minutes searching hasn't answered my question-
What are the most padded fingerless gloves out there right now? I want the thickest, toughest, padded gloves I can get. Specifically, I need padding on the bottom of the thumb/heel and across above the wrist to the pinky side. This isn't only for biking, just want to know what is out there. Thank you much.
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You can always make your own if there aren't any fingerless gloves that meet your criteria.
Scissors to cut and a lighter to seal the edges from fraying!

I have a pair of fingerless giro LX gloves and they have a good amount of padding
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For cycling, the Giro Strade Dure are the most padded I could find.

https://www.giro.com/us_en/strade-dure.html

Lots of companies make general purpose anti-vibration gloves or impact gloves.

https://www.galeton.com/gloves/speci...nti-vibration/

https://www.ergodyne.com/gloves/anti...on-gloves.html

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