|Men's/Women's EU Size||39-40||41-42||43-44||45-46||47-48|
|Men's Shoe Size (EU)||35-39||40-43||44/47|
Breathable and comfortable, the Castelli Prima Gloves come complete with a high wicking coolmax fabric construction and a silicone grip palm for an even more connected feel. Designed with the individual users in mind, these innovative and convenient gloves include conductive touch technology fingertips which allow for use of touch screen devices during activity. - E.D
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The gloves pretty much perform as you would expect - the touch screen compatible thumb and forefinger work fine so far (I understand that with some gloves such treatment can wash off in time - I can't comment on whether this is likely to happen with these gloves as I've only owned them a few weeks). The arm of the gloves is nice and long, avoiding the chilly wrists that you can get with some other glove designs. The grippy patterning on the inside of the glove doesn't work quite as well as it might - by the nature of the gloves being 'woolen' (not real wool, coolmax fabric), the 'wool' slips against your hand and stretches, meaning that the grip isn't as 'firm' as it might feel with a more sturdy leather palmed glove. I noticed this on the first ride, but by the second I had become accustomed to the feel. It's obviously not the warmest of gloves, but will do nicely for spring/autumn, and can be worn with glove liners to improve the warmth, or alternatively inside big winter gloves for particularly cold days (or people who suffer from cold hands!) The yellow is nice and bright, so good for making yourself a bit more visible in early/late rides or when signalling.
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