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Item # CRA0551

Keep those fingers happy.

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.

Tech Specs

Material:
[liner] C416 (80% polyester, 20% elastane), [shell] C417 (nylon neoprene rubber)
Closure:
pull-on
Recommended Use:
cold weather cycling, cyclocross
Manufacturer Warranty:
30 days

Size chart

Craft

Gloves
XXS XS S MLXLXXL
Palm Circumference 7.7in
(19.5cm)
7.9in
(20.0cm)
8.3in
(21.0cm)
8.7in
(22.0cm)
9.1in
(23.0cm)
9.3in
(23.5cm)
9.6in
(24.5cm)
Length 7.3in
(18.5cm)
7.5in
(19.0cm)
7.8in
(19.8cm)
8.1in
(20.5cm)
8.3in
(21.0cm)
8.5in
(21.6cm)
9.2in
(23.3cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Palm Circumference:
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
Length:
Measure from your wrist to the end of your middle finger.

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Avg. ride time: 4h 56m per week
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45

Good fall/winter glove. Good dexterity.

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I bought these gloves because I wanted a glove that could take some fall and maybe winter temps but are not thick. These gloves have good dexterity and are warm. I have four pairs of gloves from short fingered to kind of warm Pearl Izumi long fingered lightly insulated, to this glove and beyond that, the LG Defender glove with thinsulate for colder temps. One reviewer says he rides down into the 20s with these gloves. Maybe for him but when it gets 40 degrees I switch to the LG gloves, these don't go down past that for me and I understand that I have to be well dressed at my head, feet, and body for the hands not to get cold.

Avg. ride time: 5h 18m per week
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55

My First Real Winter Cycling Gloves

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

Great reviews and a promo code convinced me to get these. I really like them! They're very warm and thick, but are nothing like those ill-fitting gloves I had for snow when I was kid (i.e., bulky!). They work well on my bike, keep my fingers warm (luckily I don't have to ride in weather below 40 degrees), and are really comfortable.

Oh, and I was originally worried about the sizing (I have a Craft bib that runs on the small side), but the measuring chart was quite accurate. Take a few moments to measure your hands out, and you should be good.

35

Comfortable, but longevity issues?

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

These gloves were great, comfortable and not too bulky, while still offering a lot of warmth.

Unfortunately with my particular pair after about a year the inner stitching has started to come apart and underneath is a sharp plastic-feeling material that stabs into my fingers. They're practically unwearable now, every day i find a new section poking through and have to dull it down.

Comfortable, but longevity issues?
Avg. ride time: 39m per week
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55

Love these gloves!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

Gloves are thin yet super warm. Fleece lining inside is nice and does a good job at stopping wind. So far worn gloves at temps down to 40°F with 15mph winds and hands were still toasty.

Just to level set everyone when gloves first arrived the material felt very stiff and it was a bit tight around the fingers (stiff & tight to the point where I was second guessing whether to keep them). I decided to give them a shot anyways, after several wears & washes I'm happy to say "they're broken in" and now very comfortable. I'm glad I kept them.

Avg. ride time: 47m per week
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55

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.

55

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.