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Good cold protection on a budget
Bought these for my girlfriend. They run small (which was fine since her hands are tiny). Keeps her hands warm on rainy rides, but water eventually found its way in. Good gloves for the price though.
March 16, 2015
Good Glove for the Money
I bought these as I was looking for a relatively inexpensive pair of colder-weather gloves. They do a decent job of keeping my hands warm in 40+ degrees - any colder than that and my fingers will get cold. I also found the fit to be a little big - I ordered a women's' small and still have plenty of room (as a reference, my summer gloves are a small and fit my hands perfectly). The fingers are a bit short, which limits dexterity a bit. Overall, for the casual rider (my commute is 13 mi round trip, and I don't often ride faster than about 45mph) - they're a good buy.
November 5, 2013
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Dwight O: warm, waterproof, and protective.May 27, 2014
Peggy E: i need a glove that has a "large cuff" to be able to put over my jacket sleeve to keep the cold air from blowing up my sleeve through to my upper body.....fingers crossed that these gloves will work for me.....May 4, 2014
Robert L. J: Originally ordered Joe Rocket Sub Zero gloves. Made a borderline size choice error ( too small ). No Medium Sub Zeros left so I went with this.Apr 11, 2014
Charles T: Good brand and the write up you had appeared to be best size, fit and price for this type of glove.Jan 30, 2014