Julian Carr's Cirque Gloves From Gordini Are Must-Haves For Every Skier/Rider

Julian Carr's Cirque Gloves From Gordini Are Must-Haves For Every Skier/Rider

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Julian Carr's Cirque Gloves From Gordini Are Must-Haves For Every Skier/Rider

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Julian Carr (@juliancarr) is known as a big-time sender whether he’s at the resort, or hucking 220-foot cliffs in the backcountry.

A big-time sender needs big-time gloves, so Carr has partnered with Gordini to create the perfect pair.

The Men’s Cirque Glove is made from genuine goatskin leather that’s responsibly sourced from a certified Leather Working Group to provide ultimate performance.

^The Cirque comes in a traditional 5-finger glove, and a 3-finger glove that blends the warmth of a mitten with the dexterity of a traditional 5-finger glove.

Carr created the Cirque to last in extremely cold and wet conditions across the globe. He had this to say about what sets the Cirque apart from competitors:

“Lobster claw (3-finger glove) built with responsible sourced leather and perfect aesthetic. And it performs unbelievably well. Game on! I spent long and wet days in the Northwest. Long days hiking to seven huts in the Colorado backcountry. Deep days at Alta, UT. I can go on, didn’t matter, it was a trustworthy badass glove that didn’t get wet or break down.”

Carr went further to say that the Cirque is simply designed for anybody who wants to have a good time in the cold in the mountains.

The Cirque is essentially the go-to glove for all skiers and snowboarders that face a variety of conditions at their home resort, or in the backcountry.

Let’s face it; most skiers need new gloves. We tend to hold on to an old pair for too long and end up with cold and wet hands too often.

Stop suffering the pain caused by old gloves/mitts. Go get yourself a pair of Julian Carr-designed Cirque gloves from Gordini.

Click here to get your pair of Cirque gloves, and here for your pair of Cirque 3-Finger gloves.

 

 

 

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