Keeps my fingers nice & warm on cold rides, with much better dexterity than the old pair of motorcycle gauntlets I was using previously for cold days. Quite a tight fit over fingerless cycling mitts so I probably should have sized up. Can get a bit sweaty if the day isn't really cold enough to justify them. Very good visibility. Very light. Appear waterprooof but I haven't used them in proper rain yet.
Highly delighted with my purchase. Can’t wait to try them out on my next ride!
This type of glove was recommended in the CTC magazine and I found this by a web search. Only worn them a couple of times and so far they are working well. Not tried them yet in heavy rain but they are effective in light rain.
Great purchase feel odd at first but great once you get used to the feeling.
Not been cold enough to use it properly
I am torn between giving these gloves a big score or a medium one. I have now done three bike rides of about 2- 2.5 hrs. The gloves had impressed me for about an hour. My trouble is my hands sweat a lot and before long the inside of the gloves became damp and this slowly made my fingers quite cold. I have repeated this feeling on three rides now. The temperature has been between -1 to about 3 degrees. The glove being lobsters glove do keep my fingers warmer than normal gloves. I think the wicking is not that good and this lets my hands become damp and cold. It maybe that to make them waterproof the wicking has suffered. I could be a expecting to much from £20 gloves. In Summary good for short rides not so good on longer rides.