AGV Sport Willow Sport Gloves

    AGV Sport Willow Sport Gloves - Black

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    AGV Sport Willow Sport Gloves
    • A full length sport-racing glove
    • Constructed of premium cowhide leather with high tear strength and abrasion resistance
    • Soft and comfortable interior
    • Leather reinforced palm and thumb for maximum abrasion resistance
    • Hard metal mesh armor with shock absorbing memory foam on the knuckles for extra protection
    • High tensile strength nylon thread stitching used throughout
    • High impact or use areas are all double stitched
    • Finger vents for maximum air-flow
    • Perforated leather panels between the finger
    • Pre-curved fingers for a snug and comfortable fit
    • Dual layer leather panels are used in the upper hand for the finest non-binding fit possible
    • Air pad at base of upper hand with memory foam upper wrist pads
    • Elastic panel in wrist with a wrist strap for a snug fit
    • Double cuff closure with shock absorbing foam padding in the wrist area
    • Item # 29954

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    Good for the price, but need a slight modification

    Nice fit, very comfortable. I had to make one modification to the glove to make it fit properly: the glove has a rubber "AGV Sport" logo across the strap at the base of the wrist. The rubber logo prevents the strap from flexing properly and adjusting to the position where I needed it set. I solved the problem by taking a razor blade to the threads holding the rubber logo to the strap. Voila... No more rubber logo, and the strap now comfortably adjusts to the position I want.

    Marvin - September 30, 2011

    (Indianapolis, IN)
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