Giro Vulc Lightweight MTB Unisex Gloves
The Vulc™ Lightweight Glove is a member of our Vulc family of gloves, Giro’s legendary glove patterns now deploying engineered heating panels. We’ve partnered with Inuheat™ PowerPacks to deliver winter cycling gloves that are actively heated so you can say goodbye to cold fingers and focus on the ride.
The Vulc Lightweight features a three-layer softshell backhand with a windproof membrane and a hydrophobic AX® Suede palm with micro fleece lining. The long gauntlet cuff fits over your jersey and under your jacket to eliminate gaps. This glove can be comfortably used in temperatures up to 50º F / 10º C and down to well under 32ºF / 0ºC. With up to 7 hours runtime and rechargeable via USB-C, Inuheat PowerPacks offer ten heat levels controlled by both the large button on the PowerPack itself and remotely via smartphone app. All Vulc gloves feature Touchscreen Technology™ for easy smartphone use, whether you’re double-checking run time on the Inuheat app or segment times on Strava. From night missions in extreme cold to riders mitigating circulation issues, Vulc gloves with active heating are your best choice for radiantly warm winter riding.
SUPERNATURAL 3D PALM
The Supernatural Glove features the innovative Elastic Interface® Palm Technology with a revolutionary new padding design and a one-piece, stretchable, multi-density foam that's molded into a three-dimensional palm to match the anatomical contours of your hand.
AX Suede® is a premium microfiber that remains supple and grippy while offering proven durability.
Reflective details enhance visibility at nighttime or in low-light conditions when illuminated by a light source, such as headlights, by returning the light back toward the original source and reaching the automobile driver's eye.
Capacitive touchscreens found on most mobile devices like the iPhone react to natural bio-electricity in your skin. By combining a conductive fiber into the fingertips of select Giro gloves, you can stay connected to your mobile device without removing your gloves.