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2 5

I bought these gloves to be used during the winter in conjunction with some wool or polyester liners; I was hoping that that combination of wind blockage and warmth generated by the liners could work down to the mid 20's. However, I believe that calling these gloves "Windstopper" is an overstatement since I felt the wind killing my fingertips at 43F without liners. The gloves say that they are not waterproof but have some water resistance, which is somewhat true but I wouldn't recommend wearing these in humid conditions. Also, the liner inside this Gore glove is 80% cotton, which is a terrible idea for a wicking layer and only makes your hands sweaty while providing no warmth and it is not properly fitted to the glove which makes the hands fill slippery while gripping the handlebars. Last, the velcro is extremely powerful but cannot do anything to properly close the glove since the wrist part is not elastic and just won't close tightly. I'm not sure what use, if any, I'll give this gloves but as of right now it looks like I wasted $55. The fit is good though.


3 5

I bought these because I have sweaty feet, they were pretty ok but not far better than some regular socks. So far, the best socks that I have tried are the Chrome wool socks and Puma's crew socks.


1 5

I bought these gloves to be used as liners under my winter gloves. They are very thin, but I figured that I shouldn't judge before giving them a try. When I first put the gloves on, the seams literally became unsewn and the gloves began to fall apart at the base of the palm. I still decided to give them an opportunity and take them out for a ride. Used as liners under my Gore winter gloves, the crosspoint liners did absolutely nothing at 37F and my hands were numb within minutes of the start of my 9 mile commute. I have a pair of castelli wool gloves that I use with my winter gloves and can take them down to ~28F in windy NYC, so I know that the crosspoint liners are simply terrible. Last, the price is just way off the return on quality from these gloves, what a waste.

These are terrible.


4 5

I have a real hard time riding in temperatures lower than 50F given that my hands and ears get cold easily. I bought these gloves for riding during the winter in NYC in temperatures ranging from 25-45F (I hate riding in temperatures lower than 25F). So far I really like these gloves, they don't let the wind in and keep my hands warm during my 40 min commute. By the time I get to work, my fingertips are a little cold if riding in the low 30s but nothing serious. You do lose some dexterity when wearing these guys, but nothing that can affect your ride (you won't be able to operate your phone while wearing these guys). I'd say that they work perfect in the 30-40F range, but I'm sure that some people will find them comfortable at lower temps. And yes, they are also very good at keeping water out.


5 5

I've been in the market for a windproof biking jacket to ride my fixie/ss on the daily commute to work and back (10 miles each way) in NYC winter weather. I'm very pleased with the performance of this jacket, it keeps me warm but not hot at around 30-40F with one base layer (usually a thin hoodie that I like). The fabric is completely windproof and has air vents on the armpit area; I'm yet to test how it performs with rainy conditions. I'd say it's true to size if you are the athletic type, I'm 5'11'' and weight 170lbs and it fits perfect in M and I have long torso and broad shoulders. I like so much that I'm thinking of buying the Spoir Jersey for when the weather gets around 50-60F.