Siberian 2.0 Glove
Howling gales and blustering flurries might cause some of your friends to take the winter off and hunker down in the pain-cave with their trainers, but the whine of a fly-wheel just doesn’t do it for you. Craft feels your pain, and aims to keep you outside and spinning as long as possible, which is why it stitches together offerings that hold up to winter’s worst, like the Siberian 2.0 Gloves for Men. With wind and waterproof fabric, you can take on harsh gusts and icy winter rains alike, while a fleece lining pulls double-duty trapping heat, and wicking away sweat as you get your heart rate up. Silicone print in the palms help keep your grip secure when things get a little slick, and to top things off, reflective accents on the digits and back of hand shine bright on dim days to help you stay seen by the busy motorists on the ride.
- Toasty gloves that hold up to winter commutes
- Water-and-windproof shell fights the storm
- Trap heat and expel sweat with fleece lining
- Silicone printed palm keeps your grip secure
- Boost your visibility in low light with reflective accents
- Item #CRA00F7
- [face fabric] 94% polyester, 6% elastane, [secondary fabric] 80% polyester, 20% elastane, [tertiary fabric] 100% polyester,
- Recommended Use
- commuting, road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 30 days
What do you think about this product?
December 2, 2020
Warmest Full Fingers Yet - watch sizing
- I've used it several times
- Runs small
- Size Bought
Started my ride this morning at 34 degrees with the wind chill at 27. This was the coldest I've attempted yet with these, and they were perfectly warm for the full 1.5 hours. At this temp range I'm typically in a liner glove with a lobster glove over the top - this is the coldest I've attempted a full finger, and I believe that I could go 5-10 degrees more (maybe). I have a very hard time keeping my fingers warm, and have literally tried EVERY glove imaginable. These are the warmest yet. I typically wear a medium in most gloves, but went with a large in these to be able to wear a liner. Turns out that the additional lining makes them fit more snugly, so I can't get a liner in them. BUT, that's ok as these are warm enough to not need it anyway. So make sure you size up from what you would wear typically for proper fit. As far as range, I don't think I'd attempt to wear these much above 45 degrees as they would be too warm making my hands sweat. But from there down to maybe the upper 20's these are sublime. Highly recommend.
December 7, 2018
Feel warmer but fit is more snug
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Runs small
- Size Bought
- 6` 0"
- 185 lbs
I have the previous version of the Siberian gloves. They've been good for me down to the mid 30s and just okay in the low 30s. In those I wear an XL. Bought a XXL pair of the 2.0s, expecting them to be roughly the same, so I could wear them with a glove liner underneath. Turns out in this glove, the XXL fit me. Definitely cannot get my merino wool glove liners in them--maybe silk. On the bright side, the reason they fit so much more snuggly compared to the previous version is that they have more thermal padding inside and are warmer. With these, I'm hopeful I may not even need the glove liners to be comfortable into the 20s. So all in all, not what I expected, but I'm still pretty happy with them so far.
February 4, 2021
Do the fingers of these gloves allow you to operate a smartphone without removing the glove?