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    Worn by itself or under another glove, the Isoler roubaix glove keeps the chill away
    • Seamless palm construction prevents any unwanted bulk
    • Knitted cuff gives a snug fit
    • Reflective print for enhanced visibility in low light conditions
    • All over silicone print on the palm gives good feel and purchase on the grips, shifters and brake levers
    • Limited lifetime warranty

  • Madison Isoler Roubaix Mens Thermal Long Finger Cycling Gloves AW16 Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    4.2
    out of 5
    4.25
    Build Quality
    4.12
    Performance
    4
    Value For Money
    4.50

    Customer Reviews (4)

    2
    crap

    There are many problems with these gloves that i have not even experienced with cheaper ones before. Firstly, they don't work with touch screens. you have to take the gloves off. Even cheap-o gloves work with touch screens. The cuffs of the gloves are too thick to use this glove as a liner. Just wont fit under a thicker glove. Also when the cuffs get wet they take at least 10 hours to dry. That brings me to wet weather performance. They are decent at keeping your hands warm when wet. But unfortunately they don't dry when it stops raining. They take about 2 hours to dry leaving you with cold hands. They don't have any padding, so are not great on long rides. The material on the palm is too stretchy and makes it difficult to hold onto the hoods properly. Then finally the reflective material (what i bought it for - night riding). Why is the reflective material only on the first and second finger?? do they expect us to stick two fingers out to signal and flip off people behind us? the reflective should be on the top of the glove, not on the fingers. So basically I have no idea what to use these gloves for.

    There are many problems with these gloves that i have not even experienced with cheaper ones before. Firstly, they don't work with touch screens. you have to take the gloves off. Even cheap-o gloves work with touch screens. The cuffs of the gloves are too thick to use this glove as a liner. Just wont fit under a thicker glove. Also when the cuffs get wet they take at least 10 hours to dry. That brings me to wet weather performance. They are decent at keeping your hands warm when wet. But unfortunately they don't dry when it stops raining. They take about 2 hours to dry leaving you with cold hands. They don't have any padding, so are not great on long rides. The material on the palm is too stretchy and makes it difficult to hold onto the hoods properly. Then finally the reflective material (what i bought it for - night riding). Why is the reflective material only on the first and second finger?? do they expect us to stick two fingers out to signal and flip off people behind us? the reflective should be on the top of the glove, not on the fingers. So basically I have no idea what to use these gloves for.

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    2.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 2/5
    Performance: 2/5
    Value For Money: 3/5
    5
    Excellent glove for winter months

    Excellent and highly visible glove for when you need to cycle in poorer lights!

    Excellent and highly visible glove for when you need to cycle in poorer lights!

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    Gloves and indicators

    These are just right for 'fresh' conditions - and great for visibility when you signal ( - you do signal don't you?) You'll need something else for wet and 'cold' weather. What is not shown is the palm-side, which is the same fabric but with an all-over printed grip pattern. This is not too raised, nor too sticky - just right. Fit is 'normal' (Castelli, we're looking at you...), with a snug, stretchy cuff. Finally, really - this is great value.

    These are just right for 'fresh' conditions - and great for visibility when you signal ( - you do signal don't you?) You'll need something else for wet and 'cold' weather. What is not shown is the palm-side, which is the same fabric but with an all-over printed grip pattern. This is not too raised, nor too sticky - just right. Fit is 'normal' (Castelli, we're looking at you...), with a snug, stretchy cuff. Finally, really - this is great value.

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    4.7 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4.5/5
    Performance: 4.5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    Lovely Gloves

    Perfect gloves for every day commuting. I don't think they will be that warm on the real cold days but that is not their purpose and they are a perfect fit and look very good quality. Would recommend to all.

    Perfect gloves for every day commuting. I don't think they will be that warm on the real cold days but that is not their purpose and they are a perfect fit and look very good quality. Would recommend to all.

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

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