Kitchel Lightweight Glove
Our new cuff design features a v-shaped stretch gusset which allows for easier donning and doffing, and allows for better wrist articulation and comfort while in the grip position.
- High quality synthetic with hypersensitive touch screen capability
- Lightweight without sacrificing durability
- Comfortable and flexible neoprene wrist
- V-shaped stretch gusset on the cuff for easier donning and doffing
- Mesh fourchettes (the panels between the fingers) add airflow and ventilation while increasing flexibility
- Stretch knit over knuckles for cooling and comfort
- Designed with minimal seams in the fingertips for better sensitivity
- Extra pad on outer palm for optimal comfort/confidence when you need it
- Imported (Vietnam)
The Kitchel's fit is designed to be snug and non-binding. If you prefer a tighter fitting glove: for optimal durability we recommend sizing in your traditional glove fit instead of sizing down.
If you have any questions about sizing and fit of the Kitchel Lightweight Glove be sure to review the size chart or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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This is my second pair of gloves from Kitsbow. I like the updated version a bit more than the last model because I can get these on a little easier. The gloves have been very durable in conjunction with being comfortable. Some gloves crinkle in the palm when closing your hand. These don't. They provide great grip for all day riding.
I love these full finger gloves. The best is that they work so well with the phone touchscreens. I almost think the gloves work better with touchscreens than without them.
These gloves underscore the two most impressive qualities of the Kitsbow brand: attention to detail and the constant pursuit of producing the best cycling gear. As you may know, Kitsbow used to make an excellent, Version 1.0 cycling glove. At that time, they were the best gloves I had ever owned. They were made of leather, focusing on comfort, durability and included many cool details (like magnets sewn into each so they would stick together!). They were geared toward cooler temps and cost approximately $90. I read several glowing reviews of the V1 gloves (and wrote one myself). Never resting on their laurels, Kitsbow created 2 gloves to cover a broader range of temperatures and applications: the leather HiLine (excellent) and the Kitchell. I break out my Kitchell gloves when the temps hit 65-70 and above. These gloves give you support where you need it and disappear everywhere else! I am between Medium and Large and went up to Large after watching a great informational video on the @Kitsbow Instagram page. They fit me perfectly, never shift or pinch...like I said, other than the padding at the heal of your hand, they just disappear under your hands. The fingers are ventilated and I never feel hot or sweaty in them. The gusset closure is perfect, keeping the gloves in place and allows you to get them on and off quickly and smoothly. And they have a nice wipe that extends the full length of the index finger. The Kitchell Glove is now the best gloves I have ever owned! Cheers Kitsbow!
These gloves are a great improvement of the older model. I ordered the medium and it fit great. These gloves are so much easier to get on and off than the older model. Thanks for keeping up the improvements in things you make.
Well designed gloves. Have good fit and tactile feel. I’m not sure how durable these will be over time.