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Rated 3 out of
Soft, good quility but not warm enough[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Nice gloves, soft inside and seem to be good quality and fit, I think good for ~ 40 F cold; otherwise these are not warm enough for me for very cold mornings.
Date published: 2020-12-24
Rated 5 out of
Warm![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Finally purchased some proper winter gloves after years of riding with only fall-weight gear. I'm in NYC, which doesn't get extreme-freezing temps, but a few weeks of long rides in 15-25F (-10 to -5C) is cold enough. These gloves have kept my fingers from going through those painful freeze-thaw cycles, but don't be fooled into thinking that any glove will keep your fingers 100% warm when there's wind and no sunlight ... unless maybe you want to sacrifice all mobility (which would be bad for shifting/braking). I'm pleased with the protection these offer overall, and I'm sure adding a thin silk liner glove would keep me even warmer if needed.
Speaking of mobility, I was definitely worried about the bulkiness of any winter glove, but it hasn't been as much of an issue as I expected ... sure, shifting requires a bit more effort, but it's worth it not to have icicle fingers.
Fit: I typically wear a women's L glove, and measured my hand to fall within the men's M size for this one. It was way too big. Had to return and get a small.
The touch-screen compatibility works well enough to check google maps without taking off your mitts, but you need some patience if you're trying to text ... bulky fingers cause typos.
Finally, lord help you if you take these off mid-ride, after you've started to sweat, and then try to put them back on. The struggle is real. Not sure I'd ever be able to do it while riding.