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SKU
222373904
Abstract Product Id
28338
Concrete Product Id
101796
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ROSE SAFETY REFLEX full-finger gloves

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Código de producto: 222373904

Windproof Water-resistant Fleece

34,95

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Detalles

The PRO SAFETY REFLEX cycling gloves by ROSE offer best protection from wind and rain thanks to the water-resistant WINDPROTECT material. The soft fleece inside and the slip-resistant silicone print on the palm provide the necessary wearing comfort.

Details:
• Full finger gloves with fully reflective back of the hand
• Windproof and water-repellent thanks to WINDPROTECT
• Thin, brushed fleece lining
• Slip-resistant silicone print on the palm
• Pre-bent fingers
• Reinforced thumb area
• Fleece pulse warmer
• Washable up to 30°C

Material: 50% polyester, 30% polyamide, 20% polyurethane

WINDPROTECT:
The skin-friendly fleece keeps you warm on cold days. As it is windproof and breathable through a three-layer membrane, the material offers especially high comfort in changeable weather.

The reflective elements attached to the clothing as design or decoration do not represent a personal protective equipment as mentioned in EU regulation 2016/ 425.

Características

Windproof Water-resistant Fleece

GTIN:
2002223739048
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SAFETY REFLEX full-finger gloves

Color: 
black
Talla:
XL

SAFETY REFLEX full-finger gloves

Color: 
black
Talla:
S

das sind keine Winterhandschuhe... ich habe sie bei 3°C getragen und hatte nach ca. 10 min. eingefrorene Finger. Bei einstelligen Temperaturen nur mit Innenhandschuhen tragbar. Ich trage diese Hanschuhe bei Temperaturen um die 10°C, also im Herbst und keinesfalls im Winter.