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SealSkinzWaterproof Cold Weather Reflective Cycle Glove

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Item # SSZ005G

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Waterproof Cold Weather Reflective Cycle Glove

Tech Specs
Material3-layer waterproof breathable construction, [membrane/laminate] 100% polyurethane, [face fabric] 87% poleyster, 10% polyurethane, 3% elastane, [lining] 100% polyester, [insulation] PrimaLoft® Gold, [palm] AX Suede
Closurezippered cuff
Recommended Useroad cycling, commuting, gravel, cross-country, trail, mud/sand/snow
Manufacturer Warranty1 year



5 - 6in

(12.7 - 15.2cm)

7 - 8in

(17.8 - 20.3cm)




















How to Measure:
Measure your dominant hand with a tape measure around the knuckles, not including the thumb. Please remember that if the gloves are too tight on your hands they may make your hands feel cold, so if in doubt go up a size.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Pretty solid

I've used it several times

I bike commute in New England during all 4 seasons and got these to handle that horrible 32°F-45°F range where you're often battling cold rain and wind. Overall I'm pretty satisfied. They've been perfect above 40°. Below that can get a little uncomfortable, but I have terrible circulation and have struggled with all sorts of gloves, so YMMV. I have some liners that I can wear with them, or I just use my lobster claw gloves. The reinforced webbing between the pointer and thumb is crucial – I've had that stitching failed on a pair of Gore Wear gloves in just one season. I also like the fabric on the outer thumb for... well, it's better that I don't say it. Cons: it has a reflective patch but could use a bit more in that department, I felt a little dampness on my fingers after a *very* rainy 40 min. ride, and there's no smartphone pad (though I guess that might sacrifice some warmth or water protection). At the sale price I'm happy with what I got and I'm keeping 'em