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Description

Versatile hand protection.

Made specifically for cyclists and runners, DeFeet's DuraGloves aren't your standard lightweight winter gloves. As DeFeet puts it, the DuraGloves' usefulness comes "more from what they are not as much as from what they are." What it means is that their versatile, low-profile design is just right for physical exertion in cold weather, without being bulky and in the way.

The real beauty of the DuraGloves comes from the strategic blend of Coolmax, Cordura, and Lycra used in their composition. Cordura yarns were placed on the outside of the gloves, which creates an abrasion-resistant exterior that blocks enough icy air to keep you warm, while still allowing your hands to breathe while exercising.

For the palms, DeFeet omitted any padding in order to keep the overall streamlined design intact, in addition to providing maximum feel at the handlebars and levers. Gripp'y rubber DeFeet logos were placed throughout the palm, finger, and thumb areas, ensuring a tacky grip while riding. DeFeet finished off these versatile gloves with wide elasticized cuffs, which provide added coverage up at the wrists.

The DeFeet DuraGloves are available in four sizes from Small to X-Large and in the colors Black Cordura, Blue Cordura, Neon Yellow Cordura, Neon Pink Cordura, Red Cordura, and White Cordura.

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Tech Specs

Material:
Coolmax, Cordura, Lycra
Closure:
elastic cuff
Padding:
none
Recommended Use:
cool and cold weather cycling and running
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart

DeFeet

Use your US shoe size to find the right sock size.

Socks and Accessories
Socks
XS S M L XL
US Men7-99.5-11.512+
US Women6-88.5-10.511-13
EU 36-39.5 40-42.5 43-45.5 46+
Kids 10.5-13
ArmSkin
S/M M/L
Height <5ft 9in
(175cm)
>5ft 9in
(175cm)
Weight <160lbs
72.5kg
>160lbs
72.5kg
Gloves
SMLXL
Palm Circumference 7in
(18cm)
8in
(20cm)
8.5-9.5in
(21.6-24.1in)
10.5-11.5in
(26.5-29.2cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, use a tape measure.
Gloves:
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.

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3 5

Solidly made. Not the best fit.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ordered these as an insulator to some of my bigger bulkier gloves and they've been a reliable, bomb proof solution. However, they are cut to be quite wide and add a lot of material that gets mashed and sweaty.

Overall I'd say these are just okay.

5 5

Great gloves for most winter riding

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had a pair of these for about 10 years. Still holds up well with good warmth and no fraying or areas that have rubbed bare after years of use (unlike a similar pair of Pearl Izumi's gloves). They have very little bulk which lends good dexterity. The dots grip well. I find that they work well down to about 45 degrees while still breathing well. Below those temps I will slide them over thin glove liners and still have great dexterity compared to thicker winter gloves. I have also used them with lobster claw shell gloves when it is cold and raining. But they work fine in warmer temps (55+) and raining, too. In either case, if it warms up I can always delayer and these gloves fit easily into pockets.

5 5

Going on my third winter with these

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Initially, I bought the Pink DeFeet DuraGloves to support breast cancer and to support my habit of loud colors. However, I've found them to be both durable and highly functional. The grip is exceptional, the lever feel at the fingers is reliable, and the glove as a whole will take a beating. In the spring, I wear these on their own, and in the winter, I've been layering them with the DuraGlove Wool Gloves - another awesome product. With the correct liner, you can easily wear these into the 20s, but I wouldn't wear them alone below 45 degrees. Overall, these are an awesome product, and if you need smartphone access, I recommend getting the DuraGlove ET Gloves.

5 5

Excited to see these in stock

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

DeFeet DuraGloves have long been some of my favorite gear. When I'm not sure what conditions I'll face, I stuff them in a pack or jersey pocket, along with a wind vest arm warmers and knee warmers. They are good for road riding down into the 60s, Mountain biking down to the 40s, and when the snow gets to deep to ride, they are my favorite gloves for high-output activity in the snow, like backcountry skiiing and snowshoeing. They don't absorb a lot of moisture, and dry very quickly. I've never had a pair unravel or wear out, although they will lose loft and warmth after a few seasons of use. I have had both the Cordura and wool gloves, and while I like wool for a lot of things, I perfer the Cordura against my hands.