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Another outstanding value product manufactured by Tenn Outdoors. These fantastic cold weather, windproof and waterproof Cycle Gloves give you, the Cyclist what you need without fancy prices. They are the perfect addition to your winter kit, getting you out on the road without your hands freezing to your handlebars.
Featuring our own Gel Grip technology in addition to 3M Thinsulate insulated lining, these won't let you down. Lightweight and having extended cuffs with strong Velcro fastening to keep the wind and rain off your wrists. Comfortable to wear, making your riding experience much more pleasurable. Whether for road or cross country use, the gel grip palms provide a grippy interface between hand and handlebar.
A good pair of gloves is worth its weight in gold, affording extra protection from the elements, when riding, off roading through the bush, or during those unforeseen crashes. Easily wearable for general outdoor use too.
Neoprene cuff and thumb.
Nylon knuckle area.
Synthetic suede palm with waterproof membrane throughout entire glove.
Foam insulated padding.
Not waterproof. Very soggy after 30 minutes the second time I wore them (cycling in heavy rain)
Very warm. Read more
Be nice if they actually were waterproof...but they leak...they are however not bad on a cool windy day...but waterproof they ain't.
There are lot's better stuff out there.
The gloves really do protect you completely from the elements, but there is no breathability. My hands would sweat in the gloves and it would take well over 24 hours for them to... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Eric
Great gloves at a great price. Use them daily and they really keep out the cold and wet.Published 5 days ago by Mr. K. M. Turner
I bought these gloves around 2 months ago, and they've done the job in terms of keeping my hands warm on rainy / cold winter days. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Omkar Vedpathak
Very warm, even in cold winds. These make the cold weather commute pleasurable. They do get damp if you get too hot, but this is probably the price one pays for windproof gloves.Published 10 days ago by George Harston
They will probably be fine when the temperature is below zero but I have been wearing them in November and my hands are too hot and the gloves stink - have replaced them with... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Robert