The DND glove is made of a super stretch moisture-wicking top, and Giros synthetic Clarion leather technology on the palm and fingers. Giro claims this specific material is extremely durable while not being too heavy duty in creating a perfect mold to your hand. Giro uses a three piece palm construction to aid in the fit of each individual size glove.
- Giros Super Fit Engineering makes for a outstanding fit to your hand creating a natural feel on the handbars.
- Giros Clarion Leather is not bulky and it doesn't bunch up like some other gloves.
- The strap around the wrist is not to tight and there is no constriction in the fingers. (I can even use my I-phone with the glove on.)
- The stitching is very tough. With a few falls, I have yet to notice any tearing at the seams.
- The wiping surface on the top of the thumb/hand is highly absorbent and very soft.
- The design is sleek and available in 4 different color options.
- Price point
- The silicone fingertip print on both pairs of DND gloves I have owned have slowly started to peel off of my middle and index fingers.
- I like the specific design of my Black and Tan model, but I do not like the esthetic of the glossy finish on the reinforced finger.
- Don't let your dog get a hold of them, they will tear them up!
specific model conducts heat perfectly for those cooler rides. Although the silicon print has started to wear off, I don't know a glove manufacture that can keep the stuff on. I bought a large initially and I thought it was a bit tight. But with Giro's Super Fit the glove formed to my hand perfectly within a few rides. For the price of around $25.00, with 6 sizes, and 4 models the Giro DND glove just might be the best mountain bike glove I have ever put on.
Check out the the DND on the Giro website