Get the upper hand with game-changing cycling gloves that allow for a totally windproof and waterproof winter ride.
Winter weather can be a game-changer to even the most experienced cyclists. With climate change in full effect, prepare for any conditions you may need to ride through this season with gear that's windproof, water-resistant, and extremely breathable yet tactile. Search no further for the perfect cycling accessory than the GORE® Wear C3 GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ Stretch Mid Gloves, and get ready to fall in love with even the coldest adventures.
A GORE-TEX INFIMIUM™ Glove Technology makes up the bulk of the construction of these trustworthy gloves, providing protection from the chilling winds often found during the cooler seasons. A majority of the seams were removed in this new-and-improved design, thanks to a 3D makeup that utilizes 35% less material than a regular pair of cycling gloves. A structured fleecy lining surrounds the back of the hand and the cuff to add warmth, while a low bulk palm is covered in silicone print for extra grip, even in wet weather. No longer will you be fumbling to tie your shoelaces in the cold or struggling to take a picture on your smartphone, these gloves combine tactility and warmth to create the perfect cycling essential.
Prepare for those cold-weather months the right way — with the GORE® Wear C3 GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ Stretch Mid Gloves. Fall and winter are just around the corner, so stay ahead of the game with an unbelievable amount of durability that boasts complete waterproof and windproof qualities to keep you protected from the elements.
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Glove Type: Full Finger - Insulated
Black - Small
Mfg PartNum: 100520990004
Black - Medium
Mfg PartNum: 100520990005
Black - Large
Mfg PartNum: 100520990006
Black - X-Large
Mfg PartNum: 100520990007
I wasn't sure what to expect as I've never purchased any modern Gore performance pieces in along time and certainly none of their cycling line. I'd heard some good things about the line and got a notice they were on sale so I clicked the button and awaited my purchase.
I was a little shocked when they arrived for two reasons - the 1st being that BTD got them to me so fast and 2nd, because of how light and thin they were ... I was skeptical about how warm they would keep my hands on the new gravel rig in the PNW during winter. Well I'm not a super hard core rider but I will go if it's not raining hard or have black ice on the ground. I found myself on a 38 degree ride with a few showers and was very surprised when a few miles in, I found that I wasn't even thinking about my hands which in my book is a good thing. I was warm, fairly dry, and no seams that were digging in anywhere - happiness ensued. The cuff isn't so long that it's annoying to get on but long enough to either go under a jacket sleeve or just cover a long sleeved jersey. I do think that these are modeled on someone with longer fingers than I have which isn't uncommon but these seem to be a smidge longer. It's fine while on the bike but a little hard to navigate the smart phone screen since the tips are capacitive. I do wish that they made a Mtn bike version with a little extra reinforcement on the palm + some padding on the top of the fingers as these are too nice to use for full on dirt - I know that I'll ruin them. To sum it up - I'm very happy with my purchase.
My hands tend to run warm. These gloves, with thin fleece layer on back side of hand and just gel pads on gripping side, work perfectly for high 30ï¿½s up to 50 deg. My rides are typically climbing so I am not sure they are sufficiently warm for flat riding in that temp range. The Gore waterproof is nice, as well. Like all things, less warm when covered with water
My hands tend to run warm. These gloves, with thin fleece layer on back side of hand and just gel pads on gripping side, work perfectly for high 30's up to 50 deg. My rides are typically climbing so I am not sure they are sufficiently warm for flat riding in that temp range. The Gore waterproof is nice, as well. Like all things, less warm when covered with water
The GORE wind blocking technology allow these gloves to be comparatively thin for a winter glove, which is great for touch on the shifters (and operating a phone touch screen). They have a great anatomy that forms to the hand that emphasizes their minimalist feel. I use them for rides down into the low 40s. Beyond that they miss the extra insulation of a real winter glove.
These work well on cold but not freezing days. The infinium fabric works well for letting sweat escape. Lack of any hook and loop closures and the long cuff is a plus since they can fit under your long sleeve jersey or over the top of arm warmers. They also store well in a jersey pocket without the added closures. The only down side is that they run small. I ordered the next size up and the actual fit was perfect.
Like the weight and thinness of these gloves. Good texture and feel. They work well down to abut 50 degrees and would probably be okay for lower temperatures for those who have hands that are less cold sensitive then are mine. Overall a good product which I recommend for cooler rides.