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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…

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A nitrile glove is designed to offer greater dexterity than a marigold and is the kind of glove a surgeon or scientist would wear. They are also great at keeping…

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Do you ride whatever the weather? For wet, chilly conditions these neoprene gloves from Grip Grab do a great job of keeping your hands warm.

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Wiggle’s inhouse clothing brand certainly can’t be accused of being cryptic with the name of these – you guessed it – long finger, windproof gloves. Modern clothing technology means that…

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When the temperature drops and the rain starts to fall, you can find yourself casting around for excuses not to ride. But if you’ve got a pair of Castelli Diluvio…

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Springtime often leaves you scratching your head as to which glove is best to wear. A ride may start off chilly, warm up, get wet then end 
in sunshine. Our…

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On the face of it the Diluvio is an outstanding winter glove, exceedingly well cut and constructed with a long gauntlet for wrist coverage, palm-gripper and a nose-wipe. What’s not…

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Part of Pro’s first stab at the glove market, the Pro Ultimate is the company’s highest-priced windproof glove. Using a wind-resistant membrane on its upper has allowed for a lot…

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