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Craft Storm Gloves $0.00
Aligning itself between the heavy-duty insulated winter gloves and the thin liner varieties, Craft's new Storm Gloves strike an effective balance for cold and wet riding conditions. They were designed to protect your hands from the elements, yet they maintain a sleek anatomic design.
The Storm Gloves were made using a two-part barrier system. The outer-shell fabric was made with Craft's C417 multi-stretch neoprene material. This fabric effectively shields the backs of your hands from both water and cold winds, while still allowing a full range of movement at the handlebars.
For the palm panels, Craft applied its water-protective C416 softshell fabric. This soft material is composed of a polyester and elastane blend, which allows your fingers to smoothly wrap the levers. The inner-lining of the Storm gloves uses a brushed-back fleece that wicks moisture away from the skin and provides a soft-to-the-touch comfort. Working together, these materials form a glove that provides efficient insulation and protection from the elements.
Craft finished off the gloves with pull-tabs on the elastic cuffs and reflective elements on the backs of the hands. Additionally, silicone accents were added to the palms and fingers for enhanced grip.
The Craft Storm Gloves are available in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large and in the color Black.
- 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.
Reviews & Community
Nice warm fingers
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I was in the market for a not-so-bulky winter glove that could keep my fingers warm. The options out there were like snow gloves. Enter these Craft Neoprene gloves, they work like a charm and are not much thicker than the baselayer/underglove of those bulky winter mitts.
Good Warm Glove
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I got these last winter when my gore bike wear gloves were not cutting it. I have been happy with the purchase. I wear them by themselves down into the 20s. Below that I add a polypropylene liner and can go into the single digits. I am comfortable into the 40s with this glove. I wear them in the rain and my hands stay dry and warm, sometimes too warm. They are also comfortable gloves. The design was well thought out.