SixSixOne EVO Glove

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    “Great for the Money”

    The Good:

    Price: For $37, these are pretty well-constructed gloves. Temperature: They're thin up top to keep your paws cool. Finger tips: Index and middle fingers are coated for solid braking (even when wet). Materials: High quality materials mean they'll last at least a full season.

    The Bad:

    Size: They run small, so go up a size from your norm. Closure: The velcro strip is small and has a tendency to open up mid-ride. Padding: Could use just a LITTLE more, but this shouldn't be a turn-off for control freaks. They're still pretty comfy.

    Overall Review:

    See "The Good" and "The Bad". Honestly, for the money, these are some pretty strong gloves.

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    Miscellaneous 661 Evo Glove 2011. Gloves - MTB. Protection on demand glove with D30 technology SixSixOne have teamed up with d3o, leaders in intelligent foam technology to create the Evo pad set, a new approach to the tough demands of 21st century MTB riding. Neoprene wrist cuff with TPR clo .... .
    Price $21.40