Fox Digit Gloves review



Fox Digit Gloves

BikeRadar verdict

4 out of 5 stars

"Big value, fantastic all-rounders. Good for all but the toughest of downhill adventures"

Monday, June 27, 2011 3.00pm By

God, these are good gloves. The ever-comfy Clarino palm offers bags of feel coupled with long-haul grip and comfort. There are silicone grip sections on the fingertips, to ensure accurate inputs when it gets wet and there’s subtle yet useful padding around the knuckles.

There’s also a minimal Velcro cuff strap to keep things in place and the thumb gets a soft snot-wipe surface. We’ve put them through the wringer both in terms of crashing and the washing machine and they’ve come up tear, bobble and fade-free. There are three colour schemes to choose from, too.

The Digits are fantastic all-rounders that’d be as at home on the front row of an enduro starting grid as they would razzing a trail centre or for all but the toughest of downhill business. All this for under £30?! Sound!

This article was originally published in Mountain Biking UK magazine.

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• Embossed silicone details on fingertips • Double layer Clarino palm and thumb gaurd • Padded Knuckles • TPR wrist Tab closure • 48% Synthetic Leather, 25% Polychloropene, 15% Nylon, 12% PVC Rubber • Stretch Spandura thumb • Lightweight and breathable mesh back • Airprene flex knuckle panels • Double-layer and perforated Clarino palm and thumb guard
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