45NRTH Sturmfist 5-Finger Glove - Men's
Sturmfist 5-Finger Glove
Fight the weather with the power of the Sturmfist 5-Finger Glove from 45NRTH. These cold-ready gloves pack a mean punch with a wind-and-water resistant shell built to stand up to snow, sleet, and hail, plus lofty Poartec Alpha insulation. While at first glance they may resemble a hearty winter glove, you'd only be half-right. The Sturmfist is built with all of the resilience of a glove you'd take skiing, or use to shovel the driveway, but with a fit that's tailored for cycling, with articulated fingers that are pre-shaped to comfortably wrap around the bars and connect seamlessly with your shifters. The palms are crafted from goat leather that's durable enough to hold up against your grips or bar tape, while the inside takes a softer approach with a 100% merino wool lining to trap in heat, wick away sweat, and fight odor while it works. Though comfort level will depend on your own personal threshold, and how hard you're pedaling, 45NRTH recommends the Sturmfist 5-finger gloves for temperatures ranging from 15-to-35-degrees Fahrenheit, making them an ideal partner for late fall through early spring rides.
- Lofty gloves that keep you riding when the mercury dives down
- Wind-and-water resistant shell wards off the elements
- Lofty 100g of Polartec Alpha insulation traps in heat
- Stay cozy and dry with 100% merino wool lining
- Goat leather palm is durable enough for bar tape and grips
- Pre-shaped fingers are designed to pair with bars and shifters
- Gusseted gauntlet tucks under jacket cuff easily
- Soft suede wipe on thumb to stop your nose from running
- Item #NRH000Q
- Q & A
Seem Perfect on the initial ride
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XXL
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 198lbs
Did a 6 hour dirt ride in gloves today. First 3 hours average temp was 17 degrees 3-5 mph wind and average speed of 15 in the dark; I also had a very thin glove liner on and gloves were pretty perfect. When it warmed up to 24 I was able take off liners never got above 26 so I don’t know about higher temp limits. The construction of the gloves seems really nice; no sign of wear at all even though I was on constant rolling hills and stood a ton swinging my bike back and forth. They are the warmest non lobster/mitten gloves I’ve tried that are cycling specific. Definitely glad so far.