Thursday, November 19, 2009

50% Off Select Pearl Izumi Winter Cycling Gloves - Hot Deal #2

This season's Hot Deals for Cold Days continues with 50% Off of two perfect items to help keep your hands hot on cold days!

We’re offering two great glove options from one of the top cycling accessory manufacturers for Hot Deal #2 -- perfect for you as the temperatures continue to drop or for a loved one as a stocking stuffer! Pearl Izumi Grip-Lite Gloves sport the excellent warmth and moisture management of Pearl's ThermaFleece fabric and feature long cuffs to keep drafts out. Silicone screening on the palms provides a great grip, too. The Grip-Lite Gloves are great used alone or as liners beneath (or even over!) other cushioned gloves on really cold days. Only $9.99 (regularly $19.99).

Pearl Izumi P.R.O. SoftShell Gloves are terrific when the temperatures drop below freezing. Their P.R.O. Barrier and AmFIB fabric blends offer excellent wind and water protection, while the fleece interior feels great against the skin and provides extra warmth. You'll love the silicone dotted palm that gives you plenty of grip on the handlebars and the neoprene wrist gusset that allows easy movement. Plus, the Softshells come with a soft microfleece wiping surface (read: built-in snot rag) and a hook-and-loop closure system for a customized fit. Only $22.49 (regularly $44.99).

Hot Deal #2 is good only November 19 through December 2, 2009, or while supplies last. In-store purchase only; no online or phone orders accepted. No coupon necessary.

Patti The Buyer’s Tip O’ The Day

When the temperatures dip below 50 degrees, it’s time to trade your fingerless gloves for long-finger gloves, as you strive to keep warm and limit skin exposure. Dress in layers, yet be sure not to overdress in cold weather -- you should feel a bit chilly for the first mile. Others advise that if you are warm for the first ten minutes of riding, you are overdressed.

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