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Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Infinium Gloves


C5 Gore Windstopper Glove

For training and commuting in chilly weather, the Gore Wear C5 Gore Windstopper Glove is a lightweight accessory that keeps your fingers warm and functional so you can ride at your best. Constructed using an ultra-thin Gore-Tex Infinium Windstopper Membrane, these gloves block frigid winds and light precipitation without adding any bulk, ensuring you have full dexterity for shifting, braking, and maneuvering your bike. And like other Gore-Tex products, the membrane remains breathable, allowing heat and moisture to escape so your hands don't get sweaty or clammy when you're pushing it hard on your ride.

  • Cycling gloves to keep you warm without sacrificing control
  • Gore-Tex membrane blocks icy winds and light precipitation
  • Box-end fingers increase dexterity while reducing bulk
  • Pre-shaped design improves comfort & reduces bunching of material
  • Silicone print at thumbs, forefingers, and palm enhances grip
  • Optimized for gloves-on use with touchscreen devices
  • Hook-and-loop closure for a secure, adjustable fit
  • Reflective logo so you can be seen in low light
  • Item #GWR008H

[membrane] GORE Windstopper, [backhand, lining] 92% polyester, 8% elastane, [palm] 100% polyester
hook-and-loop strap
Recommended Use
cycling, mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3

Bad fit

I've put it through the wringer
Runs large
Size Bought

Worst fitting gloves you’ll ever buy. Fingers are too long except the middle finger. Thumbs and pinky are way too long. Bought a large and a medium would have been too tight. Gore needs to stop making gloves.

>Rating: 4

Not the warmest, but pretty comfortable!

I've used it several times
True to size

Not sure what I was thinking, but these gloves are not very warm! Keep in mind that they're very lightweight, and they don't boast any insulation whatsoever. They're just a windstopper exterior panel and no padding on the palm. I'd say they're just one notch warmer than a full-on summer weight full-finger cycling glove. That being said, they are pretty versatile in the shoulder seasons. The gloves breathe surprisingly well, and they offer great dexterity and feel. The stitching seems to be really high quality, the reflective hits are all quite nice, and they don't seem to suffer from being baggy or loose in odd spots like a lot of gloves I've tried. For temperature rating I'd say you can use them between 55-80*F, anything colder than that and your hands might go totally numb on a descent (I say that from unfortunate lived experience).

>Rating: 3

Short on the Wrist

True to size

Fits the hand good but super short on the wrist, barely covers the palm.