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Mavic Ksyrium Pro Thermo Plus Gloves

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Roasty toasty.

The Ksyrium line is Mavic's warmest series of gear, so it stands to reason that the Ksyrium Pro Thermo+ Gloves are the warmest gloves that the company makes. Indeed, they not only resemble full-on ski gloves, but they also share many design features with them. They have a synthetic shell that's laminated to a waterproof, breathable membrane and treated with a water-repellent DWR coating. Mavic opts for the lightweight Primaloft Sport insulation because it's non-bulky and stays warm even when it gets wet.

The classic lobster-claw design keeps your fingers together for extra warmth, and a soft microfiber insert on the thumb provides added breathability and a surface for wiping glasses or skin. A tough Clarino palm adds durability without sacrificing bar feel, and touchscreen-compatible inserts at the fingertips let you snap a quick photo of the conditions to shame your riding buddies who sit bad weather out. The long cuff seals up with a hook-and-loop tab to keep heat in and moisture out, and reflective highlights on the fingers help you stand out even when the weather is less than ideal.

Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] waterproof breathable membrane, [body] synthetic, DWR coating, [palm] Clarino synthetic suede, [insulation] Primaloft Sport
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Size Chart


Men's Gloves
 SMLXL and up
Hand 5.5-6in
8.5in +
(21.6cm +)
Women's Gloves
Hand 5in
5 - 5.5in
(12.7 - 14.0cm)
5.5 - 6in
(14 - 15.2cm)
6 - 6.5in
(15.2 - 16.5cm)
6.5 - 7in
(16.5 - 17.8cm)
How to Measure:
Measure from the tip of your middle finger straight down to the base of your palm (where it meets your wrist.) This will give you a "best guess" of your glove size. Personal fit preference and hand shape differ from person to person, so if you have a particularly wide or narrow hand, you may want to size up or down accordingly.


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Great gloves

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

These are the warmest cycling gloves I have ever owned. They fit well, easily brake and shift, and are very durable.

Excellent Riding Glove

  • Fit: True to size

I bike in the Minnesota winter down to 0 degrees. I needed a new set of mitts and liked the look of these. I have ridden them down to 17 degrees with merino liners, and my hands were toasty warm. They look great, and have low bulk, so they are not giant puffy boxer mitts on your hand. Actually thinking about ordering another pair.

Best Serious Winter Glove

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

I've been through lots of sub 35 degree winter gloves -- Assos, Castelli, Giordana, Gore, Giro, Pearl, etc. These are by far the best. They seem to have been designed by someone who actually rides in the winter. Semi-lobster configuration means you can actually shift and the cuff is wide enough to slide over your jacket cuff. Plus, they don't give up if you get them wet. I've used them down to 25 degrees and they kept me warm but not ski glove sweaty. Buy these if you can!

Are these waterproof? I dont care about sweating in these, I need gloves that keep cold rain out.

@Sue B.
According to the specs, yes!
"Materials: [membrane/laminate] waterproof breathable membrane, [body] synthetic, DWR coating, [palm] Clarino synthetic suede, [insulation] Primaloft Sport"

Perhaps you mean to inquire about the performance of the waterproof materials used?

I would consider them water resistant, not proof. I you want a rain glove, go for the Assos or Castelli rain specific versions. Still, I think these will get you through most conditions short of a serious downpour.