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Etxeondo gloves 04

Etxeondo's Esku windstopper gloves are fairly straightforward: they keep out the cold but are not adjustable or padded

£45.00
Score 7

Rapha Deep Winter Gloves

In the cold winter months it is important to keep your hands warm. The Rapha Deep Winter Gloves are designed to protect your hands in extreme weather

£110.00
Score 8

Endura Nemo gloves

When the weather is at its worst you want a good quality pair of winter gloves. There’s a lot to like about the Nemos- for the price they are hard…

£27.99
Score 9

sportful fiandre gloves 2

The Sportful Fiandre gloves are high-quality gloves with an equally high pricetag. They'll keep your hands lovely and warm in winter, but aren't waterproof.

£70.00
Score 7

castelli illumina gloves

The Castelli Illumina gloves are made from Castelli’s Stratos Light upper fabric, with these women’s specific middle-weight gloves covering a temperature range of between 12-18 degrees. A rather wet and…

£50.00
Score 9

Sealskinz Thermal Gloves

Sealskinz has a reputation for producing high-end cold weather cycling apparel and the Sealskinz Performance Thermal gloves look to continue in this vein. >>> The best winter cycling gloves (video)…

£55.00
Score 7

Specialized Element 2.0 gloves

The Specialized Element 2.0 gloves might not be the top priority for the American cycling giant, but it’s still managed to do a great job producing a superb pair of…

£45.00
Score 9

GripGrab Polaris gloves

The GripGrab Polaris gloves are polished performers with a well thought-out design. There’s 4mm of insulation, which is warm but without so much bulk that you lose bar feel. >>>…

£60.00
Score 9

Specialized Deflect two

When a pair of gloves cost £35 you have high expectations. This offering from Specialized certainly didn’t disappoint. >>> Buyer’s guide to leg warmers and knee warmers  Just by looking at…

£35.00
Score 9

DeFeet E-Touch Dura Gloves

Of all the long finger gloves on the market that are aimed at chilly but not freezing days, the DeFeet E-Touch Dura gloves are probably the simplest, and also the…

£17.99
Score 9

bbb innershield inner gloves

According to BBB “ceramic powder nano particles incorporated into the fabric of these gloves reflect Far InfraRed (FIR) rays emitted by the body. This improves metabolism and increases blood flow.”…

£9.95
Score 10

GripGrab-Hurricaneedit

GripGrab Hurricane Gloves: possibly the comfiest gloves on the market, as long as you don't wear them in a monsoon or sub-zero you can't go far wrong

£39.95
Score 9

MIP_046421

The Pearl Izumi Elite Softshell gloves are a feature-packed piece of kit that will keep your fingers warm as the mercury drops. The gloves feature a similar Softshell fabric as…

£49.99
Score 9

MIP_046417

The Mavic Inferno Extreme Winter gloves are the top of the range from the French company and designed to be worn in sub-zero temperatures, potentially the coldest road cycling conditions. They feature a…

£62.50
Score 9

MIP_044632

These gloves feature Gore’s Windstopper textile. This immediately sets them apart from competing products that don’t feature this excellent fabric. The Gore Windstopper is true to its name, but is…

£40.00
Score 8

Madison gloves

As a rule, kit from Madison punches above its price point, so we had high hopes for the stylish Madison Element  gloves. They definitely look the part in sleek, slim-fit…

£19.99
Score 6

MP_85088 copy

To include Gore-tex Windstopper on Gore’s Power Windstopper Soft Shell Gloves is a no-brainer.  The fabric is excellent at cutting out wind chill, so the benefits of using it on…

£39.99
Score 9