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Gregory C.

Gregory C.

Gregory C.

Gregory C.wrote a review of on December 31, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

So far so good. Road riding in dry 38-48 degree temps and these Castelli gloves are fantastic. Very warm and ergonomic. I agree with other reviewers that these gloves will get hot as you approach 50 degrees. A few negative topics worth noting ... the palm padding is next to none and there is no soft area on back of thumb for nose wiping. C'mon, don't we all need that? Additionally, the palm side of the glove is generally lacking in reinforcement. I would have liked to see a larger leather patch in the area of the thumb webbing. Besides that, I do like the gloves and they do what I wanted. Warm hands on winter rides. I think the amount of insulation is near perfect for the range I described and I run a bit cold at the extremities.

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Gregory C.

Gregory C.wrote a review of on December 31, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Been using the Diluvio 16 shoecover on dry rides ranging 36-48 degrees and they are awesome. Very comfortable & warm. I think 50 degrees is the top of the range. As some have noted, you'll probably get a little sweaty inside but not cold. I don't find this to be a problem. I bought the 2XL and they fit my Sidi 45.5 like a glove so I guess that means size up! I don't find them hard to get on and off at all. As expected with a wetsuit-like fit, it does require a bit of care in stretching them on, but it's really no hassle.

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