Our new cycling glove embraces both traditional imagery, contemporary design and ergonomic construction. This is the second Generation Campionissimo, retaining the classic styling but with upgraded leather and refined stitching to make it even more durable.
Smooth, vented style. We produced our finest leather cycling glove in honour of the champion of champions. In winning the Giro di Lombardia five times he made it his own, but even as a light climber, to win over the pave of Paris–Roubaix, proved how deserving of champion status he was.
Our second Generation Campionissimo has retained the classic styling but with upgraded leather and refined stitching to make them even more durable.
The leather will bond to your hand after a few rides and become unique to the wearer. Once matched they will be your new favourite thing. The palm is lightly padded by adding an extra layer of walnut brown leather. The Campionissimo’s rear leather is gently perforated with large knuckle holes to assist with ventilation. The naturally dyed cream hide is Goatskin, often referred to as nature’s strongest leather. It has very high tensile-strength and abrasion-resistant properties, but has excellent softness, supple motion and is lightweight.
A forceful teacher in 1927 encouraged an 8 year old Angelo Fausto Coppi to write “I ought to be at school, not riding my bicycle” Thankfully he didn’t listen. Il Campionissimo. Fausto excelled in both climbing and time trialing. He won the Giro d’Italia five times and Le Tour de France twice. But his total style was displayed sprinting to the World Championship victory in 1953.
A good track mitt is removed by pulling off inside out.
Like all good mitts, they should be neat fitting. Measure right around your knuckle and compare to chart below.