One Industries Zero Gloves - 2011

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    One Industries Zero Gloves - 2011

    Zero. Zero weight, zero restriction and zero distraction. The One Industries Zero glove is about getting the most control with the perfect blend of protection and style. No other glove comes close.

    Features:
    • Slip on construction with no added bulk for a lightweight controllable feel
    • Minimalistic single layer Clarino® palm with detail palm print
    • Tacky rubber index and middle finger surfaced tips to optimize lever traction
    • Lightweight twill backhand provides additional stretch and breathability
    • Lycra mesh finger panels with perforated Clarino® thumb patch

    **Closeouts are limited to stock on hand**

    • Item # 33079

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    zero glove

    Cant go wrong with the price. Good thin glove for hot days yet still offers the protection.

    Bob - February 15, 2014

    (Sandu, UT)

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    Awsome Casual glove! not a riding glove

    Very good fiting glove. No protection. Aewsome looking. I bought spares they fit so good! I use them as outdoor running / cycling gloves when its cold out. I absolutely would never use these as a protective glove for a dirt bike or atv as their about as protective as a home depot cloth yard glove!!

    anthony - February 15, 2014

    (kearney, MO)

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    best gloves for the money

    Bought these on sale at a great price. They fit like a glove and are very comfy and I like the tabs on the fingers for brake and clutch levers. Wish I had bought more at this price.

    Bob - February 15, 2014

    (woodstock, MD)

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    awesome glove for the price, but doesn't last long.

    I have 4 of these small since the LG would be to big and they don't sell medium which may be part of my small problem.. one tore a bit upon the first time putting them on, one has actually lasted me a solid 3 months of hard riding, one tore up on the middle finger within a week or 2 & one is still new.. so i'd say durability is a little mixed, besides that i ride awesome in em and get plenty of grip!! & for the price they're awesome

    Nick - November 21, 2013

    (Miami, FL)

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    Good value

    No complaints, like them so far.

    Mark - March 14, 2013

    (Garden City, KS)

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    One Industries Zero Gloves

    Nice glove, thin, comfortable. Small size runs big, fits a size 8.

    iyaayas - January 24, 2013

    (Clovis, NM)

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    Zero Gloves

    Fits great, looks great, great price. This seems to be a good quality glove. Thanks MSS.

    Denny - January 21, 2013

    (Wideman, AR)

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    Great deal

    I have large hands and finding a fitting glove is challenging. This fits well and appears to be good quality for the price. I havent ridden since the purchase but will soon.

    Charles - January 08, 2013

    (Alexandria, VA)

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    Awesome Thin Glove

    I bought multiple pairs of these gloves last year on "The Deal of the Day" offer. I gave some to my husband and some out as gifts. My husband uses them mainly for driving the Razor. He likes that their thin but keep his hands warm. His did wear out, but he used them a ton. I bought him two more pairs as a Stocking Stuffer and got a pair for my son this year. Awesome gloves for the price.

    Jacoba - January 04, 2013

    (Apple Valley, CA)

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    Light Weight cheap gloves

    My biggest complaint is they are very slick and make me worry about slipping off of clutch.

    Seth - December 13, 2012

    (Baltimore, MD)

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    Great product!

    I am amazed at the simplicity of the product yet it's so comfortable and gives great dexterity.

    Brendan - November 19, 2012

    (jacksonville, FL)

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    ZERO GLOVES

    This is a good glove for the money, just remember that it is only for summer, it is paper thin. Wears well, very satisfied.

    dehamilton - October 23, 2012

    (belleville, mi, MI)

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    Zero gloves

    Good summer glove, fits well and light.

    David - August 16, 2012

    (Springfild, MA)

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    industry one gloves

    Fit is good. Looks are nice. Even if they don't hold up for long at 8 dollars for the gloves it was a steal. They are as thin as my fox gloves which have held up flauntlesly.

    Ricardo - August 16, 2012

    (Hampton , IA)

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    Cheap price - good extra gloves

    These are good hot weather gloves and have spandie-lycra backs so they offer zilch protection on the back of your hand. They are the thin clarino plams which I like. They are not wood chopping or brush whacking gloves, but are fine for rides where you don't plan on using your bark busters much. The thumbs are a bit small, or I have fat thumbs. Watch out for that "O" symbol if you wipe you nose with the back of the glove- the corner of the "O" is pointy.

    Josh - August 09, 2012

    (MIddle Earth, CO)
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