In order to avoid sultry heat, the surface material of cycling gloves is made of Lycra, nylon, polyester, and a three-layer bonded fabric composed of three layers of fabric. Among them, Lycra material has good elasticity and can be said to be the most widely used. , The outermost layer is mesh cloth, the middle is a waterproof and breathable membrane, and the inner layer is a bristle cloth, which is both water-repellent and cold-proof. It is a commonly used material in severe cold areas or winter gloves.

  2.Anti-slip and wear-resistant
    The main material of the palm of the riding glove has to be in constant contact with the grip, so the anti-slip and abrasion resistance is very important. The most commonly used one is PU imitation leather.

    3.Shock absorption
    The palm part of cycling gloves usually has a thicker pad part, which is made of sponge, EVA foam (rubber foam material made of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer), SBR foam (styrene butadiene rubber, butadiene rubber). Olefin and styrene copolymer), TPE foam (thermoplastic elastomer, also known as artificial rubber or synthetic rubber), memory foam, shock-absorbing gel (Gel), etc.    According to the shock-absorbing effect, it is probably shock-absorbing gel (Gel)>memory foam>TPE>SBR>EVA>sponge.    Among them, memory foam will bounce slowly after being pressed, and can better hold the grip during use. Although the shock-absorbing effect is weaker than shock-absorbing gel, it is more suitable for riding on flat terrain and general Shock-absorbing material for pavement, road bike and recreational vehicle riding gloves.