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We test Endura's FS260 Pro Aerogel cycling mitts, built for summer riding on the roads.
endura fs260 pro aerogel mitts womens
Overall Score
Good build quality
Thin padding

Endura's FS260 Pro Aerogel Mitts are designed for performance on the road.

Endura have opted for a high wicking stretch fabric for the upper of the glove rather than perforations. The material does indeed wick well and the fabric gives a snug and fitted feel but we still prefer the fresh feeling of perforations when the weather really hots up.

The moulded gel padding is covered in a silicone mesh which gives good grip. The padding is thin and feels quite tough without much give, which is great for a precision feel, but if you suffer from ulnar nerve problems or really feel the effects of road buzz over longer rides then perhaps look for a glove with meatier padding.

The fit is snug, perhaps overly so at first but loosens up with time. We experienced some pinching and restricted movement between the index finger and thumb, possibly due to the reinforcement at that spot but again, this reduced with wear.

The terry wipe is in just the right spot and large enough to be useful and the two finger pull tabs make taking the gloves off a breeze.

Overall a decent effort from Endura only let down by our personal preference for a more padded palm.

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