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When riding in the cold, the biggest amateur mistake is to not account for wind chill on your hands. To assess if your gloves make the grade, use this rough formula the next time you gear up for your ride: Current outdoor temperature - average speed = roughly the temperature around your hands. Odds are that your gloves won't stand toe to toe with theLouis Garneau Wind ECO Gloves. With a wind/water resistant design and a temperature protection range from 14 degrees and up, the Wind ECO gloves will easily protect your hands at an average pace in freezing temperatures.

The Louis Garneau Wind ECO Gloves are designed for maximum hand movement. The ECO gloves uppers and knuckles feature Garneau's Flex Zone technology to eliminate pressure at heavy articulation points of the hand. To allow this high level of movement, the ECO uses light, but warming, material throughout the glove. The upper is constructed from Windstop Lycra, and the palm is made from Teflon Digitalized Amara. The exterior material choices create a lightweight glove that's water and wind resistant. For temperature regulation, the ECO relies on Garneau's patented Ergo Air system to ventilate the interior and wick moisture to the quick-drying surface. The Wind ECO gloves are also pre-shaped to relieve bulkiness from the fingers, and feature a fitted Lycra cuff for extra support.

The Louis Garneau Wind ECO Gloves are available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large, and in the color Black.

Tech Specs

[shell] Windstop Lycra, Teflon DWR coating, [lining] Drytex 3M, [palm] Amara synthetic leather
elastic cuff
Recommended Use:
training, racing in cool weather
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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good water proof glove

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

These gloves are not to bulky and have a nice outer shell on the outside to block the wind and light rain. Great for cold cross racing.


Solid and comfortable

    These gloves have a great fit - snug but not constricting. They are warm but still breathe well enough to wear in warm spring weather. They have become my go-to gloves for cycling, driving, running - anything. For me, they are good down to 30°F at the coldest - but I'm skinny, so my appendages get cold pretty quickly.


    Optimistic on cold

      The manufacturer rates these gloves as being good down to 14 degrees. That is quite optimistic, probably by 10-15 degrees. I just rode home in 27 degree weather with a 20 degree windchill. One of the glove's features is the problem. There is a polyester/spandex blend used on the index finger and across the knuckles. This is the area that doesn't handle the cold well. When it gets down to 14, you'll also notice some cold around the finger seams. In colder weather it is far better to turn to the lobster claws.

      What is the temperature range for these...

      What is the temperature range for these gloves?

      The packaging says 14 ºF, but aving used them in 30-40 ºF weather, I don't think they would keep my hands warm below freezing temps.

      They are still comfortable to wear in 50-60 ºF weather, though - they breathe well.

      will it keep my hands warm

      will it keep my hands warm

      They don't appear to be "bloody cold" gloves. My wife has some LG full finger winter gloves that are not real good for cold, cold weather. Gore makes a pair with windtex and four fingers called "radiator" that are marvelous for real, real cold.