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Endura FS260 Pro Nemo Long Finger Cycling Gloves

Endura FS260 Pro Nemo Long Finger Cycling Gloves

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Product Description

The Endura FS260 Pro Nemo cycling gloves will keep your hands warm on cold and wet winter rides.  These neoprene gloves are surprisingly soft and dexterous allowing you full handlebar control. The superstretch neoprene outer ensures a quality fit.

A deep cuff on the long finger Pro Nemo cycling gloves keeps your wrist warm, while a wicking inner improves breathability, so your hands don’t get clammy.

Review | 5/5

"These superb Endura “wetsuit style” Neoprene gloves actually harness wetness as a weapon against cold... the Nemos will keep your digits genuinely roasting hot... They’re durable with silicon patterns on the palm for control even on sodden, muddy grips." – What MTB

Review | 8/10

"The nemos are soft and supple enough for easy gear changes as well as managing to combine warmth with the necessary breathability, all in a snug-fitting glove that won't slip an inch... you'll never feel the loss of warmth. Superbly made at a decent price." – Cycling Weekly

Key Features:

  • Superstretch neoprene outer for a comfortable fit
  • Wicking terry inner to wipe away sweat
  • Waterproof fabric with welded construction
  • Silicone grip print palm for extra control
  • Reflective trim enhances your visibility
  • Deep cuff prevents draughts
  • Size: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
  • Colour: Black, Hi Viz Green, Navy

Construction:

  • Neoprene 90%
  • Nylon 10%

Design Philosophy

Our ever-popular Pro Nemo Waterproof Glove has been a great seller for many years. We wanted a bike glove that would insulate in the worst of weather without compromising bar grip and dexterity – neoprene fabric is ideal for this. The Pro Nemo Glove is an essential piece for your kit bag for any rider tribe.

Waterproof

Used in wetsuits, neoprene is inherently waterproof. Combine that with welded seams and you have an impenetrable waterproof glove to protect you in the worst conditions. The lining is even a soft terry fabric for that instant pull-on warmth and wicking comfort.

Silicone Grip Palm

A silicone palm print offers effective bar grip when the going gets wet.

Safety

Often used in poor visibility conditions, Pro Nemo Glove comes with some high visibility reflective trims to help keep you safe on darker rides.

    Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

    Endura FS260 Pro Nemo Long Finger Cycling Gloves Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    4.1
    out of 5
    4.15
    Build Quality
    4.15
    Performance
    3.90
    Value For Money
    3.95

    Customer Reviews (10)

    3
    Do not breath
    by Anonymous user on 14/02/2019

    The good, these are very comfortable and waterproof. The material is great and feels premium. At first on cold mornings my finger tips are stinging cold, only positive thing I can say is if you leave the house warm with the gloves on, they will stay warm but they struggle to warm a cold hand initially when riding. The bad, they do not breath, at all. You will find the inside of these dripping after a ride even in winter and the only way to dry them out is to turn them inside out, I fear doing this every ride will cause them to wear/deteriorate quickly.

    The good, these are very comfortable and waterproof. The material is great and feels premium. At first on cold mornings my finger tips are stinging cold, only positive thing I can say is if you leave the house warm with the gloves on, they will stay warm but they struggle to warm a cold hand initially when riding. The bad, they do not breath, at all. You will find the inside of these dripping after a ride even in winter and the only way to dry them out is to turn them inside out, I fear doing this every ride will cause them to wear/deteriorate quickly.

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    3.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 3/5
    Value For Money: 3/5
    2
    Not as good as I thought they would be
    by Anonymous user on 30/01/2019

    Had these gloves for a short time and stitching has already come apart. Ok in rain but in minus temperatures hands get cold! Having to send back when I need them most!

    Had these gloves for a short time and stitching has already come apart. Ok in rain but in minus temperatures hands get cold! Having to send back when I need them most!

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    1.7 out of 5
    Build Quality: 1/5
    Performance: 1.5/5
    Value For Money: 2.5/5
    5
    Effective winter gloves
    by Anonymous user on 19/01/2019

    Got these for my road biking boyfriend. He cycles his commute to work everyday - about 30 miles a day - and does another 100 on a weekend for fun. So the gloves have had a great test in the wet & cold the last few weeks. He’s delighted - no numb hands & he likes that they’re not bulky so don’t reduce flexibility of hands. He wanted the high viz option as he’s commuting at about 5am & 6pm so wants to be as hard to miss as possible for drivers.

    Got these for my road biking boyfriend. He cycles his commute to work everyday - about 30 miles a day - and does another 100 on a weekend for fun. So the gloves have had a great test in the wet & cold the last few weeks. He’s delighted - no numb hands & he likes that they’re not bulky so don’t reduce flexibility of hands. He wanted the high viz option as he’s commuting at about 5am & 6pm so wants to be as hard to miss as possible for drivers.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    4
    Warm and waterproof
    by Reggie T on 09/02/2016

    These come up a but tight - i originally ordered medium but had to upgrade to large (as a medium sized man with not oversized hands). The gloves are quite bright and just about keeping on the green side of fluorescent yellow. The gloves have a grippy palm side treatment and some reflective motifs as well. The gloves are good for wet weather as they keep your hands dry - even though the outside of the gloves sop up the water a bit and have to be dried out afterwards. The colour of the gloves also means they pick up the dirt from riding quite quickly (though they are washable). They are made of similar material to a wet suit and feel like a similar tight fit when on. It's just about bearable but probably feels worse that it is once you've got used to it. Your hands look ok once you've taken them off to it's not as if your blood flow is restricted . You're best taking them off by pulling the fingers as if you pull from the wrist they go inside out and are a nuisance to get back the right way out again. The gloves seem to be stretching a little as they get used to the shape of my hands as I wear them more, which is good. They've kept my fingers warm and dry which was my primary objective. But I'd choose to have them just for wet days and a different roomier and less bright pair for normal cool weather cycling.

    These come up a but tight - i originally ordered medium but had to upgrade to large (as a medium sized man with not oversized hands). The gloves are quite bright and just about keeping on the green side of fluorescent yellow. The gloves have a grippy palm side treatment and some reflective motifs as well. The gloves are good for wet weather as they keep your hands dry - even though the outside of the gloves sop up the water a bit and have to be dried out afterwards. The colour of the gloves also means they pick up the dirt from riding quite quickly (though they are washable). They are made of similar material to a wet suit and feel like a similar tight fit when on. It's just about bearable but probably feels worse that it is once you've got used to it. Your hands look ok once you've taken them off to it's not as if your blood flow is restricted . You're best taking them off by pulling the fingers as if you pull from the wrist they go inside out and are a nuisance to get back the right way out again. The gloves seem to be stretching a little as they get used to the shape of my hands as I wear them more, which is good. They've kept my fingers warm and dry which was my primary objective. But I'd choose to have them just for wet days and a different roomier and less bright pair for normal cool weather cycling.

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    4 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 4/5
    4
    These are what you need!
    by Karl T on 08/02/2016

    Bought a pair just before Xmas as constantly getting soaked and having to take a spare to change through the ride. Bought these and they keep you warm and act like a wetsuit. Also tight fit so no problems with gears changing on road bike. Worth a try!

    Bought a pair just before Xmas as constantly getting soaked and having to take a spare to change through the ride. Bought these and they keep you warm and act like a wetsuit. Also tight fit so no problems with gears changing on road bike. Worth a try!

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    4.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4.5/5
    Performance: 4.5/5
    Value For Money: 4/5
    5
    Dry hands 😁
    by Stu R on 22/11/2015

    Well made,comfortable,waterproof glove. Dry hands in torrential rain,good visibilty with the fluro green Very pleased 5*

    Well made,comfortable,waterproof glove. Dry hands in torrential rain,good visibilty with the fluro green Very pleased 5*

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    4.7 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 4.5/5
    Value For Money: 4.5/5
    4
    Warm and comfy gloves
    by Dominic F on 31/03/2015

    Having bought one pair of gloves for winter that weren't much cop, I was skeptical to splash out on another pair so soon but i'm glad I did. These gloves give a snug fit which help keep the wind of your digits and keeping you warm. There's plenty of feeling so you can still grip your brakes properly. A very pleasing purchase.

    Having bought one pair of gloves for winter that weren't much cop, I was skeptical to splash out on another pair so soon but i'm glad I did. These gloves give a snug fit which help keep the wind of your digits and keeping you warm. There's plenty of feeling so you can still grip your brakes properly. A very pleasing purchase.

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    4.5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 4.5/5
    Value For Money: 4.5/5
    5
    Endura pro nemo glove
    by Gary B on 23/01/2015

    Great fit warm hi viz green look greatNot at all clumsy. Not much ventilation but great for winter cycling

    Great fit warm hi viz green look greatNot at all clumsy. Not much ventilation but great for winter cycling

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 4/5
    5
    Nemo gloves
    by Ian G on 07/01/2015

    These gloves are comfortable and kept my hands warm and dry. Cannot comment on their durability as I have only had them a couple of weeks.

    These gloves are comfortable and kept my hands warm and dry. Cannot comment on their durability as I have only had them a couple of weeks.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 4/5
    4
    No more frozen fingers
    by Danny T on 02/12/2013

    I decided to invest in some gloves as my hands become unbearably cold on long winter rides. I was pleased that the size was correct and have been pleased with how warm they've kept me.

    I decided to invest in some gloves as my hands become unbearably cold on long winter rides. I was pleased that the size was correct and have been pleased with how warm they've kept me.

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    4 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 4/5