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Great medium weather glove.
These fit good, provide plenty of protection and are warm enough for riding into the low 40's, yet not too bulky. No problems using the bike controls. They cover my jacket sleeves nicely to keep the air from going up them. Worth the price.
March 10, 2015
Max of 40 degrees cold weather
Ok, so glove does a decent job of maintaining a relatively frost bite free hand. My only real gripe are the Pinky and the inner liner. The liner wants to come out if your hand gets the slightest bit of moisture. The pinky on my left glove is about 4/16 of an inch off every time I wear it. S/S so close but it misses the mark.
March 8, 2015
Good all weather glove, but not for below 30. Water proofing works well, and comfortable.
December 23, 2014
I was looking for some gloves that could hold up in the South Florida rain. So far so good. It definitely keeps your hands dry and warm up to about 40 degree weather (anything under 40 and you start to feel a chill.)
I should say that the gloves feel very bulky, especially at the wrists. They take some getting used to so I would wear them frequently until they're well broken in.
February 10, 2014
Fairly comfy cold weather gloves
Been wearing these for a few weeks now, morning rides to work in the 40s are comfy. When it was in the 30s my fingers got cold by the end of my 20 min ride, but not unbearably so.
Haven't had a chance to experience the waterproof aspect, but hoping it will work well.
Bottom line, great glove for the money - will keep you warm in cold weather if your hands are normally warm. Might be a little thin for people that are sensitive to cold.
November 11, 2013
Exactly as expected.
Bought these gloves for the waterproof feature, but have worn them on a couple of days at 39 degrees and they are very warm. Warm almost to the point of sweat (not noticeable until removing the gloves).
Great product and great price.
October 14, 2013
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Jerry T: Good gloves for the money, not waterproof thoughMay 10, 2015
Marco B: Looked good. Great price. Sounds like it would do well in cold weather here in NV.Jan 21, 2015
Laura S: Christmas gift. First time. Had no idea about gloves. Read reviews on MANY. Needed warmth. Knuckle protection. Cool weather. Riding. And closing clasp near wrist.Nov 30, 2014
Sandra T: gloves look to be well made and have a lot of protection, also has a nice look to themNov 27, 2014
B T: Waterproof and looked like it was made of good materials. In use though, there is not much venting and so my hands get pretty sweaty in hot weather. Was also hoping they would do a slightly better job in cold weather. I would say the ideal temp range for these is 45-65 degress.Jun 4, 2014
Lee A: Style, features for cold, wet weather.May 25, 2014
michael b: off road dual purpose gloves excellentJan 11, 2014
SIZING CHARTS PROVIDED BY THE MANUFACTURER TO BE USED AS GUIDES
Speed & Strength Men's Gloves
Palm Measurement (in)
2 1/4 - 2 5/8
2 5/8 - 3 1/4
3 1/4 - 3 5/8
3 5/8 - 4 1/4
4 1/4 - 4 5/8
4 5/8 - 5 1/4
Measure the width of your hand across your palm just below your knuckles (do not include your thumb). If you have long fingers or the measurement falls at the top end of the scale (I.E. your palm measurement is 4 1/4") consider ordering the next size larger (I.E. size XL).
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.