Available Spring 2011 From Ergon: Six New Glove Models

Ergon Bike Ergonomics has a new product in their line up: gloves. Six different models of them. The gloves are optimized for use with Ergon’s series of grips (but we’re almost positive they’ll work on other grips as well). All the gloves, whether short or full-finger, are designed for warm-weather use. The model pictured above is called the HA2.

The HA2 is an All Mountain grip designed specifically to combine with Ergon’s Technical GA and GE grips. Offering a combination of protection and flexibility, a Kevlar insert protects the ball of the hand against abrasions.

Photos and descriptions of the other five models after the break…

The HA2 is an All Mountain grip designed specifically to combine with Ergon’s Technical GA and GE grips. Offering a combination of protection and flexibility, a Kevlar insert protects the ball of the hand, while tougher materials on the back of the hand offer increased protection.

The new short fingered HC1 is recommended for use with the Performance and Comfort series of Ergon grips. With slightly thicker padding on the ball of the hand, it combines for maximum comfort and releif with GP, GC, and GR grip models.

The new long fingered HC2 is recommended for use with the Performance and Comfort series of Ergon grips With slightly thicker padding on the ball of the hand, it combines for maximum comfort and releif with GP, GC, and GR grip models.

Slim cut and super light, the HX2 is a full fingered glove designed for racing. With thin padding on the palm and lightweight materials on the back of the hand, it is specifically designed for use with Ergon GX and GS series grips. The silicon print prevents the grip twisting in use, while clever seam placement prevents irritation.

Slim cut and super light, the HX1 is a short fingered glove designed for racing. With thin padding on the palm and lightweight materials on the back of the hand, it is specifically designed for use with Ergon GX and GS series grips. The silicon print prevents the grip twisting in use.

For more info, check out Ergon’s website.

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