Giro LX Gloves alternatives

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digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

So my LX in large lasted few months, great at first, but in the heat with sweat they didnt hold up well at all, so I dont think another pair is a good idea, can some one recommend a castelli glove or should I go to moraco pair from giro

yeagermeister
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by yeagermeister

I'm also a big Lx fan but they do not last a season. I switched to the Capo MSR Pittards gloves and they have held up great and feel good too.

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sedluk
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by sedluk

I just buy the Giro LX in bulk and throw them out when they get hard.

digitalnorbs
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by digitalnorbs

maybe I should just use them during spring and fall, I dont sweat all that much then, and get something else for the summer time. did you guys try any gloves from castelli that you can recommend?

yeagermeister
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by yeagermeister

Castelli's Pro glove is very comfortable, but I had a couple pairs where the stitching came undone quickly.

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