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Giordana
Winter Neoprene Glove - Men's

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$64.95
Color:Black

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Winter Neoprene Glove

Taking design cues from wetsuits, Giordana employed neoprene insulation in the Winter Neoprene Glove to keep your hands wrapped in warm comfort when battling cold, wet conditions on winter-weather rides. A stretchy cuff does its part by sealing out the elements, while pull tags help make for an easy on and off. Plus, Giordana gave the palm a hexagonal grip print to lock onto your bars securely, even as the snow starts to fall.


Details

  • Cold-weather cycling gloves designed for protection in winter
  • Neoprene material insulates your hand in cold, wet conditions
  • Hexagonal grip print gives a firm, reliable grip on your bars
  • Pull tags help you put on and take off these gloves easily
  • Item #GIO00BT
Material
neoprene (3mm), [palm] hexagon grip
Closure
slip-on with pull tag
Activity
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

January 15, 2021

Would not use for winter.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I would say these are probably good for a particular temperature range... not related to winter. Recently used them on a 50 degree day and hands after a fairly short time got cold. Used them today in 40 degrees with wind and fingers went completely numb at the fingertips. That being said, I would like to try them with Pogies and see if they pair up well. I'm not sure 3mm neoprene works as a great insulating layer against cold moving air. I have yet to try them at slightly warmer temps and with wet weather, in which case I think they would have utility. I also have the 45NRTH Sturmfist. These have kept my hands toasty warm.

Alfred
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com