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No one is too tough for gloves.
Riding with frozen hands is like riding with no legs. Frigid temperatures inhibit your hands' ability to shift, brake, and handle the bike. The Craft Thermal Split Finger Glove will protect you from the assault of winter weather. With a warming, weather-resistant design made from proprietary materials, the Thermal Split Finger Gloves are what your hands have been begging for.
The Thermal Split Finger Gloves are made from a sophisticated blend of proprietary materials and detail-driven construction. The Split Finger Gloves use multiple fabric layers to achieve their weather-fighting, warming insulation. Starting with the outer-layer, the gloves use a stretchy softshell material that's responsible for a majority of the gloves' thermo-regulation. Additionally, the malleable shell is hand-conforming, windproof, and waterproof. The second line of fabric defense is comprised of a warming and weatherproof three-layer polyester shell. The inner-lining of the Thermal Glove uses a brushed-back fleece that wicks moisture from the skin's surface, and provides a soft-to-the-touch comfort. Working together, the materials form an all-weather glove that provides efficient insulation and complete protection from the elements.
The exterior of the Thermal Gloves feature silicone grippers at the fingers and palm, and the wrists use a Velcro closure system to keep water out. The back of the hand has received a reflective treatment for safer night riding.
The Craft Thermal Split Finger Gloves are available in sizes from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the colors Amino and Black/bright red.
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Great for XC ski
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The Pearl Izumi gloves I had needed replacement. I have separate gloves for temps in the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60?s, but I needed gloves in this Vortex cold winter for the X-C season, so I took a chance with Craft and have NEVER been more satisfied! Water proof and comfy, these Craft lobsters shield me from anything that our Michigan winter throws at us. It helps, too, that when I saw the 2014 winter Olympic biathlon, I saw Craft was clearly displayed on a competitor?s glove.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Used these for cross-country skate skiing in 5F conditions. I hate having cold hands, but these worked great. Not too bulky - worked well with tight pole straps. I'm often a XL in gloves, but the L worked well in these for me. Look forward to trying them on the bike.