Those high-pressure ridges still hang over Northern California keeping the temps up and signaling an early spring. It feels good to shed the jacket. But gloves remain a constant for protection and comfort. We tested three over the past several months and here’s the results:
Dakine Sentinel Gloves – Made by the beach, board and bike crew at Dakine, the Sentinel Gloves pack a ton of features into and outstanding-looking package. These gloves were a favorite in this test. See review.
Pearl Izumi Divide Gloves – Stripped down and lightweight, the Pearl Izumi Divide Gloves run a touch small but deliver solid wear-ability and performance. See review.
Sombrio Cartel Ruckus Gloves – Imported from the wilds of Vancouver Canada, the Sombrio Ruckus Gloves deliver damn-good looks and heavy-duty construction. See review.
All three have killer features and demonstrated rugged performance. Make your selection and leave a comment telling us how they worked for you.