Giro Xen Gloves

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None of us want to end up with raw paws during riding season, and luckily, Giro's gone the extra mile with its full-finger Xen Gloves. When the Xen gloves are gripped to your mountain bike, you'll enjoy not only protection, but also effective ventilation and unrestricted movement, too.

In terms of protection, Giro made use of sonic-welded armor to cover the knuckles, upper fingers, and the top outside portion of the hand. But, instead of feeling like you're wearing hand braces, Giro has interspersed these protective elements with moisture-wicking, breathable mesh. Even on hot days, the Xen gloves will leave your hands feeling airy and dry.

The knuckles have articulated flex zones, while silicone grip has been added at the fingertips. This results in both unrestricted movement and a positive engagement with the levers for instant shifts and braking. However, the biggest contributor to the Xen's comfort and dexterity is its three-piece, Super Fit Clarino palm. This ensures that the Xen will expertly follow your palm's natural contour. So, there's no bunching at the grips, where blood flow and trail feedback are essential.

For long-ride comfort, the Xen uses a 2mm Techno Gel pad to evenly distribute pressure. This provides added comfort and durability without the drawbacks of feedback-filtering padding. Completing the Xen gloves are a micro-fiber wiping surface, sonic welded pull tab, and a low-profile hook-and-loop closure with a sonic welded pull tab.

The Giro Xen Gloves are available in four sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors White/black/red, Lead White, Army Green, and Black.

Fit:

  • Super Fit™ design with three-panel palm for a tailored fit; Vented Clarino™ synthetic leather enhances durability

Traction and Grip:

  • Silicone fingertip print provides enhanced grip

Features:

  • Highly absorbent microfiber wiping surface
  • Low-profile Velcro closure
  • Sonic-welded pull tab
Jenson USA (2013)
Giro Xen Gloves 2013.

The Giro Xen glove is lightweight yet durable. The Xen features Super Fit™ technology to ensure the best fit. The palm is made of supple Clarino™ and tailored to minimize excess material, so you get maximum control and comfort.

Giro Xen Gloves Sizing.

To determine your size, print out this PDF from Giro and hold your hand up to it: Size Chart (155 KB).


Jenson USA (2012)
Giro Xen Glove 2012.

When the obstacle is the path, you need an enlightened glove. The Xen glove balances a lightweight feel with the durability needed for all-day, all-mountain riding. The Super Fit™ engineered palm is made of supple Clarino™ and tailored to minimize excess material, so you get maximum control and comfort.

Giro Xen Gloves Sizing.

To determine your size, print out this PDF from Giro and hold your hand up to it: Size Chart (155 KB).


Jenson USA (2014)
Giro Xen Gloves 2014.

The Giro Xen glove balances supple, lightweight feel with the durability needed for all-day, all-mountain riding. The Super Fit™ engineered palm is made of hard-wearing Clarino™ and tailored for incredible fit and bar feel. A Poron® XRD™ crash pad wraps from the heel around the lateral edge of the hand for added cushioning in the event of a fall, and Touchscreen Technology™ in the fingertips let you navigate digital devices without taking them off.

Features.

Width: Measure around the fullest part of the hand, around the knuckle area.
Length: Measure from the tip of the longest finger to the base of the palm at the wrist.

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Features:Highly absorbent microfiber wiping surface, sonic- welded pull tab, low-profile Velcro closure, silicone fingertip print provides enhanced grip
Padding:2mm Technogel® pad distributes pressure more evenly for comfort and durability with less padding
Palm:Super Fit™ design with three-panel palm for a tailored fit; Vented Clarino™ synthetic leather enhances durability
Upper:Moisture-wicking, 4-way stretch breathable mesh; Intelligently-placed sonic-welded armor
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Giro Xen Gloves Reviews:

Reviews:

I think these are decent gloves. The review above makes it sound like there's padding on the palm, maybe that's new because mine don't have it. The lack of padding (along with articulated knuckles) is great for aggressive riding as you get a nice bar feel. My hands have felt more fatigued than with other gloves on 25 mile loops though.
They have some armor on the fingers that helps deflect branches as you ride past, and padding on the pinky side of the hand. I would hav eliked a little more padding on the fingers and heel of the hand though. But they do ventilate really well. I haven't had any issues with the durability of the palms, though i had heard of issues in previous models.
Bottom line, great for all mountain/enduro, get more beef for DH or less for XC.

Chris Huntley at Backcountry.com on 06/11/2013

Been riding the Giro Xen glove for a few weeks now, and I've been super stoked on em! Great fit, super comfortable during long hours on the trail, and they look super sweet. The gloves seemed a little lighter weight than I usually prefer when I first got them, but after riding them I'm not worried about durability at all, and the venting they provide is awesome. Nice work Giro

Deaner at Backcountry.com on 04/26/2013

Great Gloves, very comfortable.

Simon at Backcountry.com on 05/30/2013