By Steve LomasThe new Fuji bike-gripping gloves are designed to protect against falls and bumps.
That’s not to say they won’t get dropped, but they’re designed to work well in rough conditions, the company says.
If you’re going to try the gloves out, here’s what you need to know.
What are the specs of the gloves?
Fuji bikes have some pretty tough components, but you’ll have to wait for a demo before you can see for yourself.
You can expect the same materials, materials, and materials used on most other types of bike gear, including helmets, shoes, and helmets with a head strap.
The gloves are made from carbon fiber and polyester, but that doesn’t mean they’re soft.
Fuji has added an anti-friction padding layer, so that the fingers don’t touch the ground while you’re wearing them.
The gloves also have an adjustable, retractable strap that can be pulled down to the wrist to tighten the grip.
The strap is removable so you can swap out the gloves for another brand or type of gear.
The straps are adjustable to suit varying grip sizes, and the fingers can be adjusted to allow for different angles of rotation.
Fuji’s main gripe with the design is that they’re too narrow.
If you’re holding your hand down on a hard surface like a rock, the grip will be too narrow for you to use effectively.
The company has addressed this issue with a small adjustment mechanism that can adjust the grip to your hand size.
What else does it include?
The gloves come with three pairs of bike grips, two for each hand size: 1 x 9, 1 x 12, and 1 x 15.
Each of these is designed to fit snugly around the hand, but don’t be fooled into thinking that the straps are snug or even comfortable.
The straps are also removable, so you’ll be able to swap out them for another type of shoe or helmet.
Fuji says that the grippers have a “thick, solid feel” and they’re “designed to provide maximum grip on the road.”
There are also two Velcro-style straps, one for each finger.
There are no Velcro straps for the fingers, though.
The only other thing you’ll want to be aware of is the size.
Fuji said the gloves will fit most people between 6.8 to 9.5 inches in circumference.
The average person will want to wear the gloves at least 2.7 inches shorter than their hand, or 2.4 inches longer than their wrist.
There are two color options, red and blue.
The company also included a built in GPS module.
The GPS chip can be used to track your position over a variety of indoor and outdoor environments.
It can also be used with your smartphone, so it’s not just a one-to-one mapping service.
The sensor can be programmed to automatically send you a notification whenever it detects your hands.
The sensors can be controlled with a smartphone app or by a smartphone’s Bluetooth pairing.
In addition to the GPS, the gloves feature Bluetooth LE for hands-free calling and streaming audio via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).
There’s no Bluetooth LE support for voice, but the company’s website indicates that there are Bluetooth LE features built into the gloves.
If you’ve ever worn a bike glove before, you may have noticed that it’s made out of some sort of rubber.
This is because Fuji’s new gloves are actually made of carbon fiber.
That rubber is designed for wear on the wrists, rather than the arms, and it’s supposed to provide a comfortable fit.
This also helps reduce the chance of damage from a fall.
Does Fuji have a new version of the new gloves?
The new gloves don’t feature any new technologies, but there are some features that have been added to the older models.
There’s a built‑in camera for capturing video of the user and sharing it with the company, and a built–in heart rate monitor.
There also is a built‐in microphone that can record audio and take pictures for the company.
Fuji will soon be offering two new models with Bluetooth LE.
The first is the Fuji S3, which features a heart rate sensor, microphone, and GPS.
The second is the new Fuji S4, which has an infrared sensor and heart rate microphone.
The new gloves will be available in October.
If these new models aren’t enough to entice you to try out the new, more comfortable, and more functional Fuji bike glove, Fuji says they’ll have another version available soon.