A waterproof liner plus water-repellent outer fabric deflect rain to keep your digits warmer, drier and happier. Cycle specific design provides positive contact with your handlebar grip and minimal slippage between the glove liner and outer. Mmmmmm, cozy.
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Great gloves but for the gusset which way to narrow.. all real struggle to put them on, which is a let down for an otherwise great product which does the job it is made for, keeping my hands dry and cosy.
Love these gloves, never have cold fingers anymore.
They were here in no time and they're everything they said they would be. Brilliant
Quality obvious when looking at them, and if you keep your raincoat over the top of the wrist, hands stay warm & dry. My fingers are long and skinny, and if yours are the same, it might be worth going up a size on the size guide suggestion. They have no elasticity compared to thinner/non waterproof riding gloves, and as such if putting a lot of pressure through the web between index finger and thumb (ie road bike position - don't notice it on MTB) the slight pressure on the tips of the digits gets a little annoying after a few hours.
These gloves are anything but waterproof! I was in a brief shower and my hands got soaked. It was then very difficult getting them on again later due to the inner layer being hard to get fingers in.
Hi Robin. Sounds like they are not doing the trick for you. We need to take a look at them. Could you fire them back to us in the post: Freepost 1861, Ground Effect, PO Box 4536, Christchurch. Pedal on. Ernie