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No one is too tough for gloves.

Riding with frozen hands is like riding with no legs. Frigid temperatures inhibit your hands' ability to shift, brake, and handle the bike. The Craft Thermal Split Finger Glove will protect you from the assault of winter weather. With a warming, weather-resistant design made from proprietary materials, the Thermal Split Finger Gloves are what your hands have been begging for.

The Thermal Split Finger Gloves are made from a sophisticated blend of proprietary materials and detail-driven construction. The Split Finger Gloves use multiple fabric layers to achieve their weather-fighting, warming insulation. Starting with the outer-layer, the gloves use a stretchy softshell material that's responsible for a majority of the gloves' thermo-regulation. Additionally, the malleable shell is hand-conforming, windproof, and waterproof. The second line of fabric defense is comprised of a warming and weatherproof three-layer polyester shell. The inner-lining of the Thermal Glove uses a brushed-back fleece that wicks moisture from the skin's surface, and provides a soft-to-the-touch comfort. Working together, the materials form an all-weather glove that provides efficient insulation and complete protection from the elements.

The exterior of the Thermal Gloves feature silicone grippers at the fingers and palm, and the wrists use a Velcro closure system to keep water out. The back of the hand has received a reflective treatment for safer night riding.

The Craft Thermal Split Finger Gloves are available in sizes from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the colors Amino and Black/bright red.

Tech Specs

[body] 80% polyester, 20% elastane, [palm] 94% polyester, 6% spandex, [thumb panels] terrycloth
hook-and-loop cuff
Recommended Use:
cycling, training
Manufacturer Warranty:
30 days

Size chart


Palm Circumference 7.7in
Length 7.3in
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.

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Love them for MTB

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

Been through multiple gloves for Winter MTB snow riding and these are great. Don't work well for road as I shift with my index fingers, but they are very comfortable and WARM for freezing temps.

Nice and warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: med

I have a version of these from 3 years ago and decided on another to replace. My hands get really cold and I use these 25 and lower. Works well with my nordic pole hand straps. The newer version does not have a removable liner glove as it is more integral (which makes it easier to put on). They are pretty study as my old ones have been and these new ones seem pretty similar. They do run small. I'm usually a medium but with these my fingers are touching the end of the mitt.

Lobster warmth.

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

I have an older version of these that are amazing, and are still going strong after years of use, so I got these for the hubs so we could each have a pair for winter riding. Here's what he has to say about them:

I struggle more than most with keeping my hands warm under 40 degrees, and these gloves help out a ton. Pairing them with a hand warmer held loosely under the wrist Velcro keeps me comfortable on long rides with the weather above 10. Without the hand warmer, these gloves keep me comfortable if it’s around 30.

The inner layers of the glove are smooth and don’t bunch, and there is ample finger space. This is the first lobster setup I have used, and thought the style would interfere with training, but that hasn’t been the case. It’s not complicated to figure how to brake and ride safely, or even do sprint training. Overall, this is a very handy (pun intended) glove with great quality.

Runs small

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Medium

I ordered a pair of medium; pretty tight and I thought I had small hands. Might order large, but not sure; they feel more like snowmobile gloves than riding gloves (what was I expecting?), meaning on the puffy side and not sure how they'd hold up on longer rides (more than 30 miles/2 hours)?

Best gloves for freezing temps.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

I hate cold hands, specifically fingers. I ride with guys that wear next to nothing even when it's 29f. Not me though, I'm fine only if my hands, feet and ears are warm.
Enter the craft split finger glove.
I have several pairs of winter riding gloves for varying temperatures but when the temperature drops below 39, these are what I reach for.
It really did take getting used to riding without the sensation that my fingers were bandaged but once beyond that I began to enjoy the benefits of this glove.
My fingers actually stay warm! A couple of guys think they're too bulky for their taste but in deep winter it's whatever gets you out of the door and into the saddle. For me - these do the trick.

warm but not good fit.

    on one glove there is significant discomfort at the web point between the index and third finger.
    I measured for a large size based on directions and get good fit around hand and in glove length.
    I plan to keep gloves but would only rate this 3 star based on the discomfort mentioned above

    Avg. ride time: 6h 49m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    EH not great but not terrible.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I rode these once and was hoping that these would be my new winter freezing temp gloves. However there are a few 'notes' that i'd like to bring to light on these. They do have some fleece inside and are quite warm while wearing them around the house or whatever, but the issue with these and other gloves too, is that the outer shell isn't wind proof* (different than resistant). This for gloves is the big issue for me if you are looking to use these while riding under 32F. Letting in air is the heat zapping part. Standing around in these gloves not moving, your hands will be warm no doubt.

    Secondly i the idea of lobsters were awesome, until i started to ride with them. My hands are kinda small but when i shift (on sram shifters) I use my middle finger to shifter the RD, not my index finger. If you can imagine this in your head, it makes it weird and not ideal when your index and middle fingers are essentially 'tied' together because of the lobster effect. Maybe if the glove was 1/3 split and not 2/2 split, but still.... not ideal for me personally.

    these two factors made me return them. I think they are warmer standing still than my Assos Fugu gloves, but while riding , i do not think the craft are noticeably warmer nor 'better performing'.

    Fingers are Happy!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    My hands tend to run cold even in cooler weather, so figure that in, but I am glad I found these gloves. I have tried other gloves, recently the Castelli Cw.3.1 and Gore Tool SO, and none kept my fingers warm. They were cold from the start and took a long time to finally start to warm up. These Craft gloves are great and my fingers were warm from the start. Never got too hot and seemed to pull the sweat away well. The lobster design takes a few minutes to get used to but gives you plenty of dexterity on the bike. Nice material on the back of the thumb for the occasional nose wipe and the velcro cuff is of decent length and nice closure. My hands measured 8.5" around without the thumb and I went with the Mediums. Fit great. A large would be a little too big and extra material I believe. I was riding in windy conditions around 35 degrees and all digits were toasty. Highly recommended.

    Warm Fingers!!

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

    Purchased these when I got tired to trying to use mittens or five finger gloves and freezing my hands when trying to photograph the great outdoors. I have to say these gloves are great for technical things. Hiked up to 10k in freezing temps and my fingers didn't get cold at all. After I got used to the split finger design, I was able to work my DSLR function buttons with no problem. Nice grip on the palms made it easy to adjust hiking poles, even with snow frozen to them.

    I would recommend these to anyone, any cold weather sport!

    Warm Fingers!!

    Seem like they're going to work great!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    I got these as an anniversary present. I was needing a nice pair of riding gloves for winter rides and commutes. I love the split glove design as it allows better use of my fingers. Excited to actually try these out.

    Great for XC ski

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The Pearl Izumi gloves I had needed replacement. I have separate gloves for temps in the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60?s, but I needed gloves in this Vortex cold winter for the X-C season, so I took a chance with Craft and have NEVER been more satisfied! Water proof and comfy, these Craft lobsters shield me from anything that our Michigan winter throws at us. It helps, too, that when I saw the 2014 winter Olympic biathlon, I saw Craft was clearly displayed on a competitor?s glove.


    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Used these for cross-country skate skiing in 5F conditions. I hate having cold hands, but these worked great. Not too bulky - worked well with tight pole straps. I'm often a XL in gloves, but the L worked well in these for me. Look forward to trying them on the bike.

    Hey Brian...

    So how are they working on the bike? I'm thinking of possibly getting this type of glove for trail/road biking. No such offering for us ladies (guess they figure we don't ride in fridged winter temps. and need great protection, too:(

    Are they pretty clumsy for shifting?

    I'll check back later...and thanks!

    Debbie - they are good on the bike. Normally I brake with only my index finger, so had to adjust to using my index and middle finger together. But once I was a few minutes into the ride they were good. Kept my hands plenty warm on a 10F day for a trail ride.