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Review of Kidzamo child size cycling gloves
When the Kidzamo Bella child size cycling gloves arrived for review, my 4 year old daughter, Lucy, was really excited to have a pair of ‘proper’ cycling gloves like her big sister and Mum and Dad. Their pink colour adorned with Bella the fairy was also very appealing to her!
Size and quality of the Kidzamo child size cycling gloves
We have the small size which fits Lucy’s little hands fine and there is still growing room with the stretch lycra material. The palms are advertised as padded and although this is not too thick it is perfect for protecting the hands should there be an ‘incident’ and also provides good grip on the handlebars.
They are probably more a summer glove due to the lycra and no fingers but my friend had a similar pair and her son wore thermal liner gloves underneath in winter although Lucy has not tried this. The gloves do up with a simple Velcro fastening at the wrist and Lucy can easily get them on and off herself which is always a bonus! I have washed the gloves a couple of times and they have come up perfectly and did not lose their shape or the fairy motive.
Overall verdict of the Kidzamo fingerless kids bike gloves
These kids fingerless bike gloves are fantastic value at around £4 – a great cheap fingerless cycling glove for beginner riders.
Where to buy the Kidzamo fingerless children’s cycling glove
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The Kidzamo Bella child size cycling gloves tested by Lucy were provided to Cycle Sprog for review by Todays Cyclist.
This review was first published in June 2013, and updated in February 2017 to reflect the available of the gloves
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