Giro gloves are available in men’s, women’s and youth sizes and tailored to the needs of cyclists.
While we strive for the most consistent fit possible, some glove models may fit differently than others. For instance, leather gloves will stretch and “break-in” with time and use, so they may feel snug when new compared to similar synthetic glove designs.
Also, winter gloves are designed to have a little more interior volume in order to trap heat, so they may feel roomier than a comparable mountain bike or long-finger road glove.
Measure the length and diameter of your hand as illustrated, and use the corresponding chart to determine your size.
Wrap the tape measure around your hand at the widest part of the palm, and lightly close your hand before taking the measurement. This is your Hand Width measurement.
Use a tape measure to determine the length of your hand from the tip of your longest finger to the base of your palm at the wrist. This is your Hand Length measurement.