Gore-Tex Infinium Stretch Glove
Whether you're cycling across winding mountain roads or riding endless stretches of singletrack, the Gore-Tex Infinium Stretch Glove offers warmth in cooler 40 - 60 degree temperatures, without making any compromises to comfort or dexterity. These versatile gloves are totally windproof and highly water-repellent, yet remain breathable thanks to the Gore-Tex membrane. This prevents clammy or sweaty palms, ensuring you stay dry and protected in a wide range of weather conditions and activities. Gore recommends them for cycling, running, and XC skiing, but they're tactility makes them suitable for everyday wear, too.
Cool-weather gloves with too many seams or too much bulky material can make it difficult to control your brake and shift levers (let alone grip the bars), so Gore constructs the Infinium Stretch Glove from a thinner 4-way stretch material with only a single seam across the finger area. Combine this with Gore's 3D-shaped construction that tailors the glove to the natural shape of your hand, and you'll find that these gloves offer great comfort and dexterity despite being windproof.
- Cool-weather gloves with innovative stretch technology
- 4-way stretch for ultimate dexterity and versatility
- 3-D construction is pre-molded to comfortably fit your hand
- Totally windproof, highly breathable, and water-repellent
- Slim and snug cuff construction won't move during activities
- Reflective details on all sides for 360 degree visibility
- Optimized tactility for gloves-on use with touchscreen devices
- One seam construction minimizes seams and weight
- Item #GWR008G
- [membrane] GORE Windstopper, [face fabric, lining] 92% polyester, 8% elastane
- Recommended Use
- commuting, cross-country, cyclocross, gravel, road cycling, trail, running, XC skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
December 10, 2020
Well made and perfect for cool temps
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 10"
- 205 lbs
I love these gloves. Agreed with the other two reviews about warmth of the gloves. I tried them at 40 degrees and would not recommend it. Perfect for early fall & spring in VA. They are not as stretchy as I thought but they fit my hand perfectly. I don’t have a problem using my iPhone at all with gloves on. I didn’t find them to run small. They fit my hand and I usually wear a large. All in all they work well.
March 4, 2020
Unforgiving fabric & construction
- I've used it several times
- Runs small
The gloves don't conform to the shapes of my hands comfortably. Part of this is because there's a band of printed reflective material that doesn't stretch with the Infinium fabric it's printed on, so it constricts my hands as I pull the gloves on. Secondly, since you can use these gloves with touchscreens, there's this rubber film on the index and thumb fingertips that behaves unpleasantly. When it's cold (which is when I wore these gloves while using my phone), they harden and become kind of tacky, making it hard to use sliding gestures on my iPhone. On top of that, this rubber, filmy material is stiffer than the fabric it's printed on, which prevented the index and thumb fingertips from conforming to the shape of my index fingers and thumbs. This meant that touchscreen accuracy was terrible when I wore the gloves, because these conductive fingertips were sticking up partially away from my actual fingertips. Additionally, the Infinium fabric itself isn't as stretchy as I expected it to be, causing hot spots between my fingers where the gloves pinch the webbing of my hands if I pull the gloves on tightly. I'll also second the previous review's comment that the fabric is a lot thinner than I expected, making these gloves a pair that I've never worn on a ride below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
October 16, 2019
Well made gloves but not warm
- Runs small
The gloves are well made, fit nicely, and are comfortable on the bike. But, they do not provide much in the way of warmth and certainly are not gloves appropriate for 40 degree temps as advertised. I wanted this gloves to work but they simply are not warm enough for cool Minnesota fall riding.
January 8, 2020
Agreed, but I think they make the perfect liner glove. Adds a windproof layer to any other glove making those warmer as a result. I've yet to use hand warmers this winter thanks to these.