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Pearl Izumi Thermal Conductive Gloves

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    Mmm, toasty.

    When the summer is coming to an end, it's time to break out the cold weather attire. And, unless this is your first winter, you already know that no part of your kit is more important than your gloves. But, when a full-blown winter glove is just too much, the Pearl Izumi Thermal Conductive Gloves come into their own. Whether it's chilly mornings or overcast afternoons, these will keep your hands comfortable throughout the shoulder seasons.

    These gloves employ Pearl Izumi's P.R.O. fabric, but with an added twist. Pearl included Minerale™ as an additive, which was chosen to improve the heat retention of the gloves. So, your digits stay warmer for longer. As with other iterations of the P.R.O. fabric, it's a polyester/spandex blend, which pairs controlled stretch with excellent breathability. Basically, this material transports moisture away from your hands to the surface of the fabric. From there, it quickly evaporates. The upshot is that your hands stay dry, which is essential for keeping them warm when the mercury is low.

    Pearl built these gloves with a contoured cut that's built specifically for a hand's position while cycling. In other words, they're pre-curved to accommodate the shape that your hand makes while grabbing the handlebars. And the result is that bunching is kept to a minimum, replaced instead with a snug, close-to-skin fit. Additionally, you'll find reflective accents, which boost your visibility to motorists when the light gets low. Also, Clarino™ synthetic leather has been employed in high-wear areas of the palm in order to provide longevity.

    The Pearl Izumi Thermal Conductive Men's Gloves are available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black and Screaming Yellow.

    • Item #PLZ1415

    Tech Specs

    [back of hand] P.R.O. Thermal (93% polyester, 4% spandex, 2% polyurethane, 1% polyamide), [palm] synthetic leather (64% polyester, 20% polyamide, 13% polyurethane, 3% spandex)
    hook-and-loop strap
    reinforced palm
    Recommended Use
    cold weather road and mountain biking
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    Great gloves for 50°-63°.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Pearl Izumi USA is based just outside Boulder, Co. They know winter cycling.

    And gloves -especially Winter gloves - may be the best thing they make.

    These light weight gloves are perfect for the shoulder seasons (Fall, early Winter, Spring). Perfect for 50°-63°.

    Love the fluo yellow. These really help you be seen by cars on those typical, low-light, foggy, Fall and Winter days.

    QC is top notch too. No one offers better QC in the cycling kit world than PI.

    Sizing: Pearl Izumi gloves usually fit true to size. For example (for my size): Pearl Izumi = L. Specialized = L. Giro = XL. Castelli = XL.

    Great pair of winter bike gloves!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I bought these for my boyfriend since he rides his bike to school and it is starting to get chilly. I got the large and they fit great. They are not overly padded or too warm. A great thermal layer for the dropping temperatures, plus he loves the look of them as well.

    Not bad for an every day glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I use these on my year-round commutes to work. The gloves are very comfortable, pretty grippy, and have the added benefit of being reflective. The snot thumb is also super awesome and really helpful when rockets go awry. I haven't used them in the rain on a cold day, but they hold up well on mild ones (not water resistant, but have almost a wetsuit effect to keep my hands warm enough).

    The downside for me is there is not much wind resistance/moisture resistance when I really want it. Half of my ride is urban, half rural. They work well in the city, but once I hit the hills before the sun is up, the country fog and cooler temps turn my hands to icicles. My whole body can be warm, but if my hands aren't happy, I'm not going to be happy. Ultimately I would recommend the gloves, but would suggest a backup option for the extra cold or wet days. Personally, I plan to make some mitten slips out of some gortex to break out when needed (it is Seattle, after all).

    Affordable warmth

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Great glove for fall/winter road biking. High vis colors and reflective logo are nice touches.
    Tried to use these for mountain biking but without a wrist closure the glove slipped around quite a bit.

    Great gloves!

    • Fit: True to size

    I've been using these gloves this past winter and they are perfect! They are thick enough to keep your hands warm, but thin enough to get a good feel on your hoods or handle bars. They also have excellent grip and are very visible!

    Couldn't ask for a better value

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    Once again, Pearl Izumi nails it. Comfortable, warm wind reflective gloves that still let you access your touch screen devices without having to take them off. I might buy a second pair for off the bike use as well!

    spirit fingers

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    From the moment I first put them on they felt comfy. The materials used are nice and you can feel just the right amount of padding for warmth without being too bulky on the controls. Swipe smart phone comparability is nice for those mid ride selfies.

    I've experienced both sweaty hands during mid 40s ride and cold fingertips on a night ride. If its brisk outside and you can see your breath, you'll need a bit more warmth.

    Good mild weather glove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: medium

    This glove is great for mild fall conditions. I can't say exact temps; that's too subjective. It seemed to run true to size and I really like the grip it provides while on the bike. It's great as your first glove when you transition out of summer riding gloves. Very fitted, easy to operate shifters.

    Warm Digits

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    I purchased these as a gift for my dad. He needed something light yet warm for his fall/winter bike rides. He loves these gloves! They keep his digits warm and are not bulky, still allowing flexibility. And they have the nice touchscreen compatibility finger so he can answer calls while "working" (biking).

    Fantastic Gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Typically I don't wear gloves, I prefer to ride without 'em. However, when the temp drops down here in S. Texas, these gloves are my go-to. I've ridden in the 30s and they've been great. Fingers stay warm, and I can activate the "Record" button on Strava!

    25 hours

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I originally bought these for the night laps at last year's 25 hours of Frog Hollow race. They were perfect for that, and I am loving them this year for colder fall days, and cold fall night rights. I haven't tracked exact temperatures, but I would estimate mid thirties to upper 40s.

    On a few of my latest colder rides, I found that my hands stayed a perfect temperature while my toes were turning white (for the record I do have beat up "skier toes"). Bad news, I know. I need to find the equivalent foot protection to these glvoes!

    They are soft on the inside, and still very dexterous. If I wear them out, I would definitely buy another pair. And as a bonus, I think they can also be quite useful for winter driving, or other high aerobic winter activities when it's sunny (i.e. as a liner gloves for ski touring, used on their own for the hike up).

    perfect from 30 to 50

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I wear this glove all fall and winter long cycling in the SF bay area. It would need a glove liner for below freezing but it covers a very wide range of temps above freezing. Highly windproof.

    I LOVE the fact that there is no gel padding on these gloves.

    Would these be warmer than the PRO softshell lite? I recently purchased the PRO ones, and the softshell only covers the tops of the fingers, and not between them. When I'm riding hard, it's ok because I generate enough body heat. However, the morning commute is colder as the pace is slower and have to stop frequently.

    I ended up getting these for free through a running club discount when I replaced my shoes. Definitely warmer than the softshell lite, with a very similar fit. They remind me of a power stretch glove with a hard face, which is exactly what I needed for 30-50s.

    The bright yellow is great for a commuter where visibility is key. For 30$, these are a steal.