Style number : 1482217
TechThe split finger design offers dexterity for your bike adventure with the warmth of a traditional mitten. A fully waterproof membrane will withstand vigorous outdoor adventures.
- Upper hand: Breathable Twillweave - Softshell
- Palm: Amara
- Patented Ergo Air® concept: Evacuates palm moisture and stabilizes hand temperature
- Insulation: Drytex® lining - 70 g 3M ThinsulateTM interlining at upper hand and 40 g at palm
- Fitted neoprene cuff with velcro closure
- Optimized 3 mm Biogel padding
- 100 % waterproof and windproof Hipora membrane
- 3M reflective piping: High visibility
- Weather: Cold/Rain/Wind
- ErgoAir® Zone
- 3 mm / 1 mm Biogel® Padding
- Insulation index: Heavy
- Moisture transfer: Medium
- Sizing Chart
MEN'S GLOVES (INCHES) SIZE PALM CIRCUMFERENCE XS 6 - 7 S 7 - 8 M 8 - 9 L 9 - 10 XL 10 - 11 XXL 11 - 12 3XL 12 - 13
Palm Circumference: Use a flexible measuring tape. Measure your hand at the widest portion of the palm not including the thumb. Do not wrap the tape too tight around your hand.
Always try it on: Since we offer a wide range of gloves in different styles and materials, we recommend that you try any glove before buying if possible, to ensure the best fit and comfort.
DescriptionThe split finger design offers dexterity for your ski adventure with the warmth of a traditional mitten. Drytex 3M and Thinsulate lining provide toasty warmth without compromising moisture evacuation. A fitted Neoprene cuff keeps snow and wind from penetrating. A fully waterproof membrane will withstand vigorous outdoor adventures.
1 Customer Review(s)I got mine for the recent cold snap we've been having this winter in Vancouver (it's been down to -8 or so some mornings) as I commute on a gravel bike with drop bars every day and wearing my ancient Sims Snowboards lobster style snowboarding gloves gave me almost no dexterity for shifting gears or braking, plus they were single forefinger with the 3 other fingers together so the single finger froze!
These solve the finger warmth issue and are thin enough for excellent dexterity. Soft material on the back of the thumb is perfect as a snot wiper!
The only negative for me is they don't fit easily inside the sleeve of my Goretex riding jacket so it takes a bit of fiddling to get them sorted before riding (affects my Strava ride time I'm sure!). A version with a large gator style cuff would be good to consider (which is what my snowboard gloves have). They aren't very breathable so on slightly warmer days they do build up a bit of sweat/moisture but not enough to make your fingers cold, it just means you need to get them on a forced air vent to dry them out after your ride and before your next ride.
Overall I really like them and they've been worth the high cost.
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