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Souplesse Mitts

NOK400.00 was NOK700.00 (incl. import duty)

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New women’s-specific mitts in a lightweight, breathable fabric for rides in high temperatures.

Souplesse MittsNOK400.00

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Hand protection for tough rides on hot days

A good pair of cycling mitts is an essential in every cyclist’s wardrobe, and the best mitts only get better with use and age. New for 2015, the Souplesse Mitts combine understated styling and durable materials, and will become a trusted companion for tough, long rides.

Constructed from a high-wicking fabric, they have been created for comfort, grip and protection on long rides in hot weather. The palms feature scuff-resistant synthetic suede, a padding taken from gloves designed for military snipers. Thumb backs are made of the same synthetic suede, for wiping nose and brow. The back of the glove features a soft, quick-drying fabric, which is SPF 50+ and contains an anti-bacterial treatment. For easy co-ordination, the fabric is the same as that used in the Short Sleeve Souplesse Jersey.


  • Lightweight and breathable
  • Quick-dry fabric
  • Abrasion-resistant
  • Military-grade padding


  • 78% polyamide
  • 22% Elastane


  • Machine wash cool – 30°C
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not dry clean

Gloves sizing

Knuckles: measure around the widest part of your dominant hand, between thumb and index finger. Please note if purchasing with Overmitts and/or Winter Gloves match sizes.

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