The Giro Ambient 2.0 combines a water resistant Polartec Windbloc soft shell backhand with an ultra-cozy deep pile fleece lining.

Technologies

A Polartec Windbloc microfleece palm adds a layer of warmth with great dexterity, and Ax Suede Echo patches provide grip and durability.
For an extra layer of warmth, we’ve double wrapped the first two fingertips since they are most exposed to the cold air.
The glove’s light feel is great for long rides, yet it packs enough warmth to fight off temperatures that hover around freezing.
Temperature Rating 35° to 45° F / 2° to 7° C
Touchscreen Technology - Capacitive touchscreens found on most mobile devices like the iPhone react to natural bio-electricity in your skin.
By combining a conductive fiber into the fingertips of select Giro gloves, you can stay connected to your mobile device without removing your gloves.

Features

Optimised gel padding
The Ambient 2.0 features Polartec Windbloc palms for an elevation in warmth above the Blaze and Inferna.
The higher loft on the plam side traps more air for better insulation against the cold.
Deep pile fleece lining
Super Fit engineered 5-fingered design

Water resistant High Loft Polartec Windbloc backhand
Water resistant Polartec Windbloc palm with microfleece backing
Ax Suede Echo patches for grip and durability

Glove Sizing Guide

Men's Size Palm Width Finger Length
XS 7" or less
178mm
6.8" or less
174mm or less
S 7-6" 
178-203mm
6.8-7"
174-180mm
M 8-9" 
203-229mm
7-7.4"
181-188mm
L 9-9.75" 
229-248mm
7.4-7.8"
189-199mm
XL 9.75-10.5"" 
248-267mm
7.8-8.3"
200-210mm
XXL 10.5" or more 
267mm or more
8.3" or more
211mm or more

 

Women's Size Palm Width Finger Length
S 6-6.7"
153.169mm
6-6.3"
153-160mm
M 6.7-7.4"
170-189mm
6.3-6.7"
161-169mm
L 7.4-8.3"
190-210mm
6.7-7"
170-177mm


Measuring for the best fit

You can measure the length and diameter of your hand aas Illustrated , and use the corresponding chart to determine your size.

Step 1 - Wrap the tape measure around your hand at the widest part of the palm and lightly close your hand before taking the measurement ("A" on illustration)
Step 2 - Once you have the measurement recorded simply use a tape measure to determine the length of your hand from the tip of your longest finger to the base of your palm at the wrist.
This is your hand length measurement ("B" on illustration)  

Step 3 - You can then compare the measurements of your hand with the data supplied in the chart to determine the best fitting size for you

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