Craft EXC Power Windstopper Gloves $59.95
Bite back against wind.
While riding, your hands are the first part of your body that the wind hits. And even though the temperature may not be cold enough to warrant multiple layers for your core, a cold wind will have your fingers rigid in no time. The Craft EXC Power Windstopper Gloves are a windproof barrier between you and winter.
Craft's EXC Power Windstopper gloves were constructed from the patented Windstopper fabric which, as its name implies, shields your hands from bitter winds. The palms were lined with an elastic version of the same Windstopper material in order for the gloves to conform to your hands. Additionally, they were cut using a curved pattern that minimizes any bulk between your fingers and on the palm when interfacing with the handlebars.
Layered onto the palms of the EXC gloves are Clarino inserts. Clarino is a highly durable, synthetic leather that stays soft, even after getting wet. In addition to this, the fingers were given a silicone print that improves your grip on the levers while braking and shifting. And rounding out the construction, Craft used a wide, neoprene cuff to seal out wind — it also stretches for easy entry and exit of the gloves.
The Craft EXC Power Windstopper Gloves are available in the color Black and in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large.
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Palm Circumference:
- Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
- Measure from your wrist to the end of your middle finger.
What community has to say
37 deg limit
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I need gloves in Large and these fit as expected. Below 37 deg on the road, I have to pull a climb before my hands well warm-up. I've worn them down to 24 deg on the MTB with no problema. My pair has almost 1,000 miles on them and they barely show any signs of wear. I also can shift my Di2 paddles on the road bike without issues in these gloves. The windstop works great, the cold air is not breaching the skin. They also fit tight at the wrists and my jacket sleeves go over the ends of the gloves and it's a very smooth non-interfering fit at the sleeves. In-short, they fit like a glove. (Cheesey cliche couldn't resist)