River Road Taos Cold Weather Women's Gloves
Great bang for buck
Great for my 40 minute commute into San Francisco. We have frequent fog and perpetual light rain, with temperatures 30 and above. This keeps the moisture out, keeps me warmer than my smaller gloves, and added benefit of "windshield wiper" finger, without having to go full heated gloves.
January 19, 2016
good gloves for the price
I found these gloves to be pretty decent. Not tons of harder protection for your hands., but they do keep you reasonably warm. I did a late season, early December ride in Michigan, 38 degrees, and after an hour and a half, my fingers started getting cold. There are probably better gloves out there, but for the money, these aren't bad. They feel a little bulky with the gore tex lining, but that is probably to be expected. No problems with operating controls. I would recommend them.
January 1, 2016
Good leather gloves
These are good gloves for a very reasonable price. They don't have any special knuckle protection, etc. They are warm (thinsulite inside). My main problem with these is that it is very hard to bend fingers in those gloves, maybe because of the insulation - I don't know. My fingers are tired after an hour of riding in those. And if hands get sweaty, oooh then they also will get cold fast, there is no ventilation really.
October 27, 2015
Great Cold Wether Glove
These gloves have been great to help me extend my riding season, they are comfortable and look great. The leather is quality especially considering the affordable price tag. They are also well insulated and provide good wind protection. The only con I have thus far would be they are too heavy for anything over 75 degrees or so, they become very warm and cause my hands to sweat. I recommend these to anyone riding early spring or late fall/ winter I live in New England and they have allowed me to extend my riding season well int the colder months.
October 20, 2015
Definitely not for COLD weather
I've had these gloves for several years and they are good for temps in the upper-30's to mid-50's. Definitely too warm for 60+ deg weather, and even with heated grips my hands are freezing within 15 miles if the weather is below 35.
The glove are constructed well, but the wind seems to cut through them when it's cold.
October 15, 2015
have had a set before, lost one glove in the mountains. Good gloves for the price. finger with wiper is most helpful. Ordered another set, XL, and too small. I usually wear large in leather work gloves. Return was zero problems Love Revzilla
September 25, 2015
These keep my hands nice and warm in 56 degrees weather, not sure I will evere need the rubber scraper. I have very larger hands and ordered the extra large. The finger are a little long other wise the fit is ok.
March 16, 2015
comfortable, plush ladies cold-weather glove
long on warmth, a bit short on protection. a great fall/winter glove for scootering, but i'll probably look for something more robust for cold-weather cycle rides.
January 5, 2015