GripGrab SuperGel short finger gloves review

Worn on some very testing terrain at the Paris-Roubaix sportive, we put these gloves through a gruelling product review

Cycling Weekly Verdict

A well fitting pair of gloves with a key comfort feature in the palms. A great choice of mitts for almost any rider

Reasons to buy
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    Very comfortable thanks to the DoctorGel palm pad

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    Good fit

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    Magnets in the wrists to keep them together when not in use

Reasons to avoid
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    Weak seams in the removal loops

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Mitts are mitts, you might say, but what sets these GripGrab SuperGel short finger gloves apart from others is the Doctor Gel pad in the palms. This 6mm comfort feature really came into its own when these gloves were teamed with double-layer bar tape and used to tackle the cobbles of Northern France.

These gloves weren't just thrown on for the commute, or given an outing on the Saturday cafe ride, but were tested in the tough setting of the Paris-Roubaix Challenge sportive.

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