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SportfulNoRain Glove - Men's


Item # STF008N

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Item # STF008N

NoRain Glove

When gray skies threaten to keep you away from the pedals, pull on the Sportful NoRain Glove and ride anyway. These weather-resistant gloves feature a Gore Windstopper membrane to deflect wind and water as you ride, and have a silicone print to help you grip your bars even in damp conditions. The slip-on style is easy to get on and off thanks to a pull tab at the wrist, and the elastic cuff conforms to your shape for a proper fit.
  • Lightweight gloves for inclement weather
  • NoRain fabric is wind- and water-resistant
  • Silicone print provides traction on your bars
  • Tab makes getting the gloves on and off a breeze

Tech Specs
Recommended Usecommuting, road cycling
Manufacturer Warrantylimited


Hand Circumference




(17 - 20cm)


(20 - 23cm)


(23 - 25cm)


(25 - 27cm)


(> 27cm)

How to Measure:
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Wind protection and breathability

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought

Haven't had these out in any wet weather, but I'm happy to have them for intermediate temps. Nice grippy palms, but no padding, which is fine for most of my riding. I really appreciate a nice cuff for extra wrist coverage, too. Update: 3/2021 Still happy with these, but one of the seams near the thumb/wrist junction came loose on one glove. Maybe that docks half a star, but they've had plenty of wear. I'll add that the seams aren't taped in any way, so they aren't going to keep you dry in a downpour. TBH, untaped seams mean more breathability, so, for me, it comes down to what conditions I'm using them in. I'd likely throw a shell over them if it was actively raining. Thus far, I've generally enjoyed these from around 45-60F, depending on effort level. On some gloves, I find the thumb webbing junction to be uncomfortable with thick seams. These gloves do not suffer from that problem. I'm honestly back seeing this review and updating it because I'm looking at getting another pair. Sizing: 99% of the time I buy the largest glove available. Did that here with a good fit. Finger length is good.