Giro expands their glove lineup for 2010 to include some new great looking new DJ gloves, as well as some improvements to the all-around full finger Xen glove. Ladies can get in on the action with the new Xena glove, with a woman specific cut for added comfort and no compromises.
Watch the video to get the lowdown on Giro's new gloves for 2010
Giro DJ glove
2010 Giro DJ glove. Also available in a red/gray and a green colorway
Giro DJ glove coming right at you!
• New model for 2010
• Clarino palm
• 4-way mesh upper
• Used by Greg Watts and Jamie Goldman
Clarino Palm on the new DJ glove
Giro Xen glove
• Updated version for 2010
• More stitching overlap for stronger seams
• New graphics that link up with Giro helmets
• Technogel padding
• Same styling as Xen but with a narrower fit for woman's hands
• Extra stitching overlap
• Technogel Padding
If you like what you, there are plenty more gloves to look at at Giro's website!
Giro Tone and Coy sunglasses
For 2010 Giro expands upon their line of sport orientated glasses with some more casual off the bike designs. Giro has the boys covered with the new Tone, but the ladies are not forgotten either as the Coy is looking great as well. Both new pieces of eyewear are made in Italy and were looking tempting under the intense 'Vegas sun. I think I would have even settled for the ladies Coy!
Watch the video to see Giro's new Tone and Coy eyepieces
2010 Giro Tone
• New casual model for 2010
• Made in Italy
• Polarized lens option
• $90 - $140 U.S. msrp
2010 Giro Coy
• New casual ladies model for 2010
• Made in Italy
Head on over to Giro.com to see even more sunglasses!
Go to Giro.com
to view the entire Giro lineup!
You can view the entire Interbike 2009 photo album HERE.Mike "Kakah" Levy