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Waterproof Gloves

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Your go-to winter gloves. Ready for the wet, the cold, and the ugly, our Waterproof Gloves are built to take on the toughest conditions. Polartec® insulation keeps fingers warm, while a waterproof exterior fabric blocks wet weather. And since pulling gloves on and off is never fun when it’s cold out, Wiretap™ touchscreen-compatible fingertips make it easy to double-check your route on your smartphone without removing your biking gloves.

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warm, but not waterproof

my hands stay warm, but not dry during longer 2+ hr rides. I would say they are great for 40+ temps with rain. If it's dry they can certainly handle 30s. I live in Portland, OR, so plenty of rainy rides. It seems most of the water gets in through the palms. Hands certainly get wet during rides with good rain.

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paul

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Hands are warm and toasty.

Hands are warm and toasty. Can be hard to put on and take off with liner inside getting bunched up in the fingers. But great gloves once on.

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Great wind protection for dry days

Gloves are waterproof, but palms are main problem (if riding for prolonged periods in rain = palms rough leather get soaked, remaining dry on inside, but not advised for long rides with temps under 50F) drying gloves with soaked palms are another issue Another thing I dislike is cuffs stop right @ wrists (waterproof id expect extra length) In dry weather I'd rate these gloves comfortable between 40-60F (great wind protection = no wind-chill fingers = lighter and more flexible than winter gloves @ same warmth) WET riding @ 45-55F (colder = winter gloves) and (warmer = no gloves, other type of gloves)

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Name:
Lee

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