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    Warm, wind waterproof gloves with fleece lining and silicone print in palm.

    Wind and waterproof shell fabric. Fleece lining for optimal warmth. Soft, water protective softshell fabric inside palm. Silicone print in palm for enhanced grip. Velcro adjuster. Ergonomic fit. Soft terry on thumb. Reflective print. Shock absorbing gel inserts across pressure points in the palm for optiaml hand comfort. Touch screen compatible fabric.

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    Overall Rating:
    4.8
    out of 5
    4.83
    Build Quality
    5.00
    Performance
    4
    Value For Money
    5.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    5
    Good pair of winter gloves

    I cycle to work everyday in Glasgow whatever the weather and I have a condition called Raynaud's syndrome, which basically means my fingers are more sensitive to coldness due to poor blood circulation, turning white with a pain that can be unbearable pain in freezing temperatures. I have been meaning to buy a proper pair of winter gloves for years as my fingers start becoming numb while cycling as soon as the mercury drops below 5°C. These gloves worked! I recently wore them while the temperature was -5°C during a commute that lasted around half an hour and only my fingertips started to feel the cold without too much discomfort. Given my condition and the fact I wasn't ready to spend over £100, I am quite happy with the results. It's not that cold everyday so I can live with that. These gloves aren't too bulky and I am able to use the brakes and shift gears without difficulties and the inside is quite comfortable thanks to a fleece lining.

    I cycle to work everyday in Glasgow whatever the weather and I have a condition called Raynaud's syndrome, which basically means my fingers are more sensitive to coldness due to poor blood circulation, turning white with a pain that can be unbearable pain in freezing temperatures. I have been meaning to buy a proper pair of winter gloves for years as my fingers start becoming numb while cycling as soon as the mercury drops below 5°C. These gloves worked! I recently wore them while the temperature was -5°C during a commute that lasted around half an hour and only my fingertips started to feel the cold without too much discomfort. Given my condition and the fact I wasn't ready to spend over £100, I am quite happy with the results. It's not that cold everyday so I can live with that. These gloves aren't too bulky and I am able to use the brakes and shift gears without difficulties and the inside is quite comfortable thanks to a fleece lining.

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    4.8 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 4.5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

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