Our bestselling gloves with grip, dexterity and unlimited uses. All our gloves feature our unique 100% waterproof, windproof, breathable, patented 3 layer seamless technology. Because the knit and waterproof membrane stretch together as one, the gloves are very close fitting and comfortable. The palms and fingers have large areas of gripper dots which, when combined with the close fit and stretch, deliver the maximum grip and dexterity, even in wet conditions. These are extremely versatile, multi use gloves.
Totally waterproof, breathable and windproof
Close fitting stretch knit
Dotted palm and fingers for excellent grip, even when wet
Merino wool lined for warmth and moisture control
Hi Vis yellow and orange gloves are ideal for riding, running or walking in winter
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Not good
Not really waterproof, and does not breathe much. The you will get wet anyway, Howewer they are comfortable and provide exellent grip. Decent for autum or spring.
In my pair, the membrane separated forom the outer glove in the first machine wash. Will buy neoprene next time.
29 November 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous visibles mais prennent rapidement l'eau
Gants bien finis, résistants et surtout très visibles lors des changements de direction (même s'ils ne sont pas réfléchissants) : ils sont encore en bon état après un hiver de vélotaf. En revanche leur étanchéité laisse à désirer: techniquement, la paume et le dos du gant est étanche, mais les poignets ne le sont pas. L'eau de pluie finit par imbiber les poignets et pénètre à l'intérieur assez rapidement.
21 November 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Good, but not for cold weather!
Great glove in terms of grip and visibility, but no good for temperatures below 0 degree C, even with additional sealskinz thermal liners. For extreme weather do not buy these, but maybe another sealskinz glove. I find that any amount of water seeps through, so waterproofing is not great. Had i known this i would have bought a different glove for winter riding. Probably okay for late autumn or early spring night riding!!
04 February 2009