Amfib Lobster Gel Glove

Stay warm and brake with confidence.

€85,00 EUR

SKU: 14342006-021-XS

The iconic PEARL iZUMi Lobster Glove is the go-to glove when warmth is your biggest priority. This innovative lobster split finger glove is designed to provide the warmth of a mitten with enough dexterity to confidently operate shifters and brake levers. This glove uses 170g Primaloft Gold insulation w/Crosscore technology for incredible warmth with minimal bulk. The main body fabric provides wind protection with easy articulation and an Ax Suede Laredo synthetic leather palm makes the glove as grippy as it is durable. A 3D shaped gel pad provides bar comfort without causing unnecessary bulk, and despite plentiful insulation, is still touch-screen compatible.


• 170g Primaloft Gold w/Crosscore technology insulation is made from 35% post-consumer recycled polyester and incorporates Aerogel particles for maximum warmth with minimal bulk
• New AmFIB-specific 3D shaped gel palm pad reduces bulk and improves grip comfort
• AmFIB Softshell main body fabric protects from wind and water
• Ax Suede Laredo synthetic leather palm for durability and great grip
• Touch screen compatible index finger and thumbs


Back: 95% polyester, 5% polyurethane Palm: 79% polyester, 21% polyurethane Lining: 100% polyester


Wash with simple detergents without additives. Pick a gentle wash cycle. Close all zippers and hook and loop closures (“Velcro”). Tumble dry using a lower heat setting (fabric should not be hot to the touch). When in doubt (or to save energy) hang your clothing to dry. Do not use dryer sheets. Products with scents, softeners, etc. will inhibit performance of technical fabrics.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Could be warmer

Well made pair of gloves but a bit ropey at below zero.

For this kind of money I would expect it to survive a British Winter.

Had to wear liners to make them work.

Ian R.
Winter gloves

Shopping experience was great with no issues, delivered promptly, kept updated. Great quality gloves but I suffer from painful hands when cold so not tested these enough yet to be fair, I suffered on my first trip out with cold but like I say I struggle anyway