Don't let cold hands ruin outdoor fun!
Showers Pass developed its Crosspoint Waterproof Knit Wool Glove to solve the soggy digits problem and keep hands dry while cycling, running, hiking and any outdoor adventuring in the rain.
Fully waterproof, the glove's construction includes 3 bonded layers: a wear-resistant knit exterior that feels like a regular knit glove, a waterproof-breathable Artex membrane, and a luxurious merino wool lining that offers great temperature regulation as well as natural anti-microbial properties that keep stink at bay.
If you're looking a glove that will protect your hands from winter's worst, ride with Crosspoint Waterproof Knit Wool Gloves.
Features & Specs:
- 3 bonded layers: a wear-resistant knit exterior that feels like a regular knit glove, a waterproof-breathable Artex membrane, and a moisture-wicking, antibacterial Merino wool lining
- A microporous waterproof membrane allows the gloves to ventilate in order to decrease sweat accumulation
- Low profile fit and excellent dexterity
- Silicone print on the palm offers a better grip in wet condition
- Ergonomic fit as a result of a proprietary 3-D laminating process
- Inner: 38% Merino Wool, 38% Acrylic, 2% Lycra, 20% Nylon, 2% Spandex
- Outer: 95% Nylon, 5% Rubber
- Machine wash with cold water and tumble dry on low heat, or hang dry to avoid any shrinkage
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Glove Type: Full Finger - Insulated
Heather Black - Small
Mfg PartNum: 9917-HTBK-S
Heather Black - Medium
Mfg PartNum: 9917-HTBK-M
Heather Black - Large
Mfg PartNum: 9917-HTBK-L
Heather Black - X-Large
Mfg PartNum: 9917-HTBK-XL
These gloves are suitable down to temps in the mid-30s on a bicycle.
But they are weird. Because they are so tight, they do not keep my fingers warm when I wear them NOT on my bike. I assume this is true because you need air between your glove and fingers to create warmth. Perhaps when I am on my bike sweat plays this same role? IDK.
I need a pair of gloves to go over these for temperatures below freezing.
Got these gloves specifically for cool (40s F) rainy commutes.
The first ride in the rain, my hands got completely wet and cold.
They are more water resistant than standard full finger gloves, but they are certainly not waterproof.
Comfortable and fit fine, but just not waterproof.
I ordered these for myself, but somehow accidentally ordered the small...They seemed so well made, fairly warm and lined, so they have become my wife's favorite cycling glove. She wears them from 40+ temps on up and likes them even when it's not very cold at all, as they breathe well
These gloves are warm without the bulk. The rain barrier also keeps the wind out. They aren't too thick so no dexterity issues. I do sweat in them some if climbing a lot but they do a pretty good job maintaining warmth even damp. I have found these to be the gloves I grab when the temps are 45 to about 55. If it's going to get warmer, I usually take so lighter gloves to switch out.
Black gloves were delivered, instead of grey ones. They told me to keep the black ones to use or donate out. Grey gloves were on back order, 7so I was told to wait a few weeks for the correct ones to restock and send out. Ended up only being a couple weeks wait. Very satisfied. Highly recommend this company ??
I really want to like these gloves... but they're just not warm. My hands get cold wearing these when its 40-50 and I end up needing to ball my hands into fists inside the gloves as if they're mittens. I have a pair of castelli neoprene gloves that are about the same for warmth though they don't breathe as well as these. The waterproofing works well and they go through the washing machine well.