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SealSkinz Waterproof Cold Weather Reflective Cycle Glove

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    Waterproof Cold Weather Reflective Cycle Glove

    • Item #SSZ005G

    Tech Specs

    Material
    3-layer waterproof breathable construction, [membrane/laminate] 100% polyurethane, [face fabric] 87% poleyster, 10% polyurethane, 3% elastane, [lining] 100% polyester, [insulation] PrimaLoft® Gold, [palm] AX Suede
    Closure
    zippered cuff
    Recommended Use
    road cycling, commuting, gravel, cross-country, trail, mud/sand/snow
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Pretty solid

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bike commute in New England during all 4 seasons and got these to handle that horrible 32°F-45°F range where you're often battling cold rain and wind. Overall I'm pretty satisfied. They've been perfect above 40°. Below that can get a little uncomfortable, but I have terrible circulation and have struggled with all sorts of gloves, so YMMV. I have some liners that I can wear with them, or I just use my lobster claw gloves. The reinforced webbing between the pointer and thumb is crucial – I've had that stitching failed on a pair of Gore Wear gloves in just one season. I also like the fabric on the outer thumb for... well, it's better that I don't say it. Cons: it has a reflective patch but could use a bit more in that department, I felt a little dampness on my fingers after a *very* rainy 40 min. ride, and there's no smartphone pad (though I guess that might sacrifice some warmth or water protection). At the sale price I'm happy with what I got and I'm keeping 'em