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The top 21 best women’s winter road cycling gloves

In this article I’m going to provide the avid female cyclist with the ultimate list of the best women’s winter road cycling gloves.

Stuck out in front of you on the handlebars, your hands are apt to bear the brunt of the elements when riding in the cold. So without the proper protection it’ll take some time for your hands to warm up, if they do at all.

Luckily the cycling industry has responded with a whole variety of options for women road cyclists. From riding in chilly spring conditions to extreme sub-zero winter rides. This list features the entire range of women’s winter road cycling gloves.

So, depending on your preferred usage, your bound to find the right glove to protect your hands.

All entries are obviously full fingered, and most offer touchscreen compatibility as well. Options include synthetic vs. leather options.

The type of insulation varies with the amount of protection you need. There are your standard fleece and softshell options and gloves featuring high-tech materials like Polartec® Power Dry®, GORE® WINDSTOPPER, PrimaLoft Gold, Climashield, and Fusion Control. All provide characteristics like making your gloves windproof, waterproof or water-resistant.

A lot of gloves make use of the extremely durable and grippy AX Suede™ synthetic leather in the palm. A number of the more minimalistic women’s winter road cycling gloves add either foam- or gel padding for increased comfort and added protection against cold handlebars.

At the end of the article you can find a table overview of all the entries to quickly screen which option might be best suited for your next ride in the cold. So without further ado, here’s my list of the very best women’s winter road cycling gloves.

Castelli Spettacolo Ros Gloves

Spettacolo Ros glove
Spettacolo Ros glove

The Castelli Spettacolo Ros Gloves are insulated cycling gloves for cold weather.

Made from a water resistant upper, which is windproof as well, they have a synthetic palm with silicone striping for grip on the handlebars.

The insulation is made from high-quality PrimaLoft® Gold material, ensuring your hands will remain warm.

If you enjoy your rides in non-freezing temperatures, this slim and fully insulated water-resistant glove will prove to be a solid choice.

Expert Experience

George Hill | Road.cc podcast host – November 29, 2022

I found the wind-proofing to be very effective. I wore these on several cold and windy rides and my hands stayed warm and comfortable throughout. This comes partly from the good choice of material on the upper, but also from the PrimaLoft Gold insulation that sits beneath it. It isn’t the amount of insulation you would choose for sub-zero temperatures, but the material’s quality makes it extremely effective. The gloves are rated by Castelli as 3-12°C, and my experience suggests that’s about right.

Pros and Cons

Castelli Perfetto Ros Gloves

Perfetto Ros glove
Perfetto Ros glove

The Castelli Perfetto Ros Gloves are minimal cycling gloves made from GORE-TEX INFINIUM™.

This lightweight and durable material is both windproof and water resistant. The gloves are furthermore fleece-insulated. It means you get an adequate amount of heat enhancement for temperatures ranging between 43°-50°F.

This glove also has Castelli’s CDS, a small area of padding sitting in the spot of the ulnar nerve, which works exceptionally well to give you just that added bit of comfort to prevent hand numbness.

In the end, it makes for a very comfortable, lightweight, slim-fitting glove that’ll get you through all but the coldest temperatures.

Expert Experience

Josh Croxton | Tech editor – December 01, 2022

I’ve been using the Castelli Perfetto RoS gloves in all sorts of conditions, including days where the entire ride is below freezing with sideways rain and days where a chilly early start becomes a stunning Spring afternoon. The Perfetto RoS gloves have performed admirably throughout. While they will eventually wet-out in persistant rain, they do a great job of retaining warmth such that your hands remain comfortable. In fact, the only time they’ve been imperfect is when the temperatures rose to the point that best choice of gloves was no gloves at all.

Pros and Cons

Giro Women's Pivot 2.0 Gloves

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The Giro Women’s Pivot 2.0 gloves are the most minimalistic waterproof cycling gloves on this list. They are also the cheapest.

It doesn’t mean they are low-quality. On the contrary. The primaloft insulation ensures your hands stay warm, while the upper construction with OutDry® technology creates a waterproof barrier against the elements.

It’s also one of the few gloves with a gel padding in the palm for added comfort. The gloves can be used for touchscreens as well.

All these features make the Giro Women’s Pivot 2.0 gloves one of the best all-weather gloves for cold conditions in a very affordable package as well.

Pros and Cons

Giro Proof Gloves

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When you like to ride in sub-zero conditions and still want to be dry and warm the Giro Proof gloves help you step up your game.

These are true winter gloves with Polartec® Power Dry® insulation to keep out the cold and form a protective barrier between your hands and the rain, sleet and snow. The upper construction adds another waterproof DDS® (Direct Dry Solution) membrane. You can never have enough protection to keep your hands dry.

The gloves also feature a very durable and waterproof AX Suede™ Echo Diamond palm, which makes the glove sturdy without losing grip and control on the handlebars.

As with all Giro winter gloves, these ones also have touchscreen technology integrated in the fingertips.

The Giro Proof gloves are the warmest waterproof cycling gloves in Giro’s lineup.

Expert Experience

Luke Friend | Contributor – January 10, 2022

Giro’s Proof gloves are designed to thrive during the coldest winter months and for the most part they do this in style. They boast an impressive blend of high-tech fabrics, creating a glove that can deal with cold, wet and windy conditions. They may appear a little bulky for some tastes but offered far better dexterity than you might imagine for a glove that looks built for the Winter Olympics. An improved nose wipe would help elevate the gloves further still.

Pros and Cons

Giro Women's Candela 2.0 Gloves

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The Giro Women’s Candela 2.0 Gloves are gloves lined with a very comfortable softshell liner.

The Polartec® Windbloc® creates a barrier against the elements that’s both windproof and water resistant. Further comfort is added by gel padding beneath the AX Suede™ synthetic leather palm.

Meant for temperatures around 35°-45°F they are stylish gloves for very cold rides indeed.

Expert Experience

Emma Silversides | Former professional racer – April 18, 2021

These really do stand up to cold winds well. Giro’s recommended range of between 4° and 13° is pretty accurate, though I find they get a bit sweaty at anything over 10° – and if I’m working hard, the limit is more like 7°C. Breathability is simply not good.

The Candela offers some protection from rain too – short showers and light drizzle are no problem for the DWR coating. Persistent rain eventually soaks in, though, leaving them feeling weighty and very unpleasant.

For early morning and late evening commutes, though, I’m rarely going eyeballs-out and they’re ideal; I get to work with fully functioning digits and no sign of sweaty palms. Effective reflective detailing helps them in that role, too.

Pros and Cons

Giro 100 Proof Gloves

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The Giro 100 Proof gloves have all the features of the Giro Proof gloves using a split finger design.

Unlike traditional lobster gloves the 100 Proof gloves combine three fingers, leaving the index finger as the only loose one besides the thumb. The reasoning besides this is that you maintain dexterity while adding extra warm in a larger area where the three fingers are located.

Expert Experience

Stu Kerton | Senior Product Reviewer – November 26, 2018

When it comes to performance against the elements, I use the Gore Universal Gore-Tex Thermo gloves as my benchmark. I tested them back in January 2016 and they are still my go-to gloves for when the mercury is close to zero, despite them looking a bit worn out these days.

The Giros are right up there with them for warmth. Leaving early in the morning with the cars covered in a layer of ice thanks to a very keen northerly wind, my hands have been toasty even with the Garmin reading -2°C – to the point that when I take the gloves off my hands can be quite sweaty, but you never notice it in the gloves.

Pros and Cons

Giro Women's Inferna Gloves

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The Giro Women’s Inferna Gloves are very similar to the Candela 2.0 gloves.

The difference resides in a fleece liner which is softer, but a little less warm and does not protect against rain at all. The gloves are touchscreen compatible as well.

The water resistance it does have is provided by the same Polartec® Windbloc® upper construction, which is dotted with light reflective material.

Expert Experience

Rachael Wight | Editor – February 23, 2018

I find the fingers of the Inferna’s quite stiff and although these did start to soften as I wore them, large, multiple seams on the inside ensure the ridity stays put somewhat. The finger seams also leave less room for your digits, a factor I find across the range with Giro gloves, the DND’s being another example with the same issue. This stiffness leads to a little less dexterity on the braking finger, hence my comments that these are best for rides where there isn’t lots of technical braking. I used these gloves to keep my hands warm uphill and swapped to something thinner for technical descenst. I still used the Inferna’s for longer and less technical descents though where they kept the wind off the back of my hands well.

Pros and Cons

Giro Women's Cascade Gloves

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The Giro Women’s Cascade Gloves are non-padded gloves containing a Polartec® Power Wool® insulation underneath a Polartec® Windbloc® upper.

The Power Wool combines a soft, warm and comfortable Merino wool base attached to a durable synthetic outer layer. In combination with the upper windblocker construction the gloves provide a more than adequate water-resistant barrier, where wind will never reach the inside of the glove.

The gloves are touchscreen compatible.

Pros and Cons

Gore Wear C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid Gloves

C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid glove
C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid glove
C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid glove
C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid glove
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The Gore Wear C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid Gloves features, as the name suggests, a GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ upper construction.

This proprietary material has excellent water-resistant and windproof properties, while maintaining extremely lightweight for a glove with these characteristics.

To add a bit of warmth, the gloves feature a soft fleece insulation, behind a silicone palm.

Superb high-tech minimalistic gloves to protect you from the elements and enjoy your cold rides.

Expert Experience

Emlyn Lewis | Contributor – February 1, 2023

The effective temperature range for these gloves is 40F-50F, in my opinion. Some folks (I see you California) will wear them up into the 50s though. They retain a lightness and breathability that a lot of gloves in this class don’t have, because they’re not bulky at all. The Infinium material Gore uses features a thin membrane that lets moisture out but block all wind from coming in. It’s very clever. That’s who these people are. This is what they do. I could even imagine wearing these under a larger pair of winter gloves for maximal warmth in deep winter, because they are definitely thin enough.

Pros and Cons

Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Gloves

C5 GORE-TEX glove
C5 GORE-TEX glove

The Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX gloves are minimalistic all-weather gloves for cold and wet conditions.

The GORE-TEX waterproof fabric keeps your hands dry, while the silicone located in the palm lets you maintain your grip on the handlebars.

A minimal fleece liner ensures the warmth produced by your body is kept in place. An excellent glove for people who don’t want the bulk of a sub-zero deep winter glove, but still want to be sufficiently protected when the weather takes a turn for the worst.

Expert Experience

Paul Norman | Contributor – January 26, 2020

Gore’s synthetic leather palms are well padded, so the undersides of my hands were as warm as their backs. They don’t get sweaty and there’s extra padding for the pressure points in the heel of the palm and the underside of the knuckles, for good comfort on longer rides. You also get a large sweat/rain/snot wipe on the thumb and forefinger.

I did find that the rather stiff, bulky material these gloves are constructed from made working the small lever on Shimano mechanical STI shifters a bit awkward, resulting in some mis-shifts. I was often pushing both levers at once without meaning to. That’s an issue likely to be exacerbated if you have Di2 electronic shifting.

Pros and Cons

Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Infinium Gloves

C5 GORE-TEX Infinium glove
C5 GORE-TEX Infinium glove
C5 GORE-TEX Infinium glove
C5 GORE-TEX Infinium glove
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The Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Infinium Gloves feature GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ as well but in an even more minimalistic package.

Instead of fleece, these gloves are insulated with GORE® WINDSTOPPER® fabric. It has a cuff reduced in size from traditional cold-weather gloves.

The best choice for maximum freedom and feel with your handlebars, while still obtaining the benefits of being water-resistant and windproof.

Expert Experience

Paul Norman | Technical writer – May 17, 2019

Even more so than the GripGrab Raptor gloves the Gore-Tex Infinium gloves pull off the trick of keeping your hands warm with minimal weight and thickness and no padding. So as well as spring riding, they’re a good option for high intensity, short duration winter activities like cyclocross. I was comfortable both ascending Monte Grappa and on the way down too; with temperatures around 2C at the top, I never found my hands getting cold.

Pros and Cons

Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Thermo Gloves

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C5 GORE-TEX Thermo glove
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The Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Thermo gloves are minimalistic all-weather gloves for cold and wet conditions.

The GORE-TEX waterproof fabric keeps your hands dry, while the silicone located in the palm lets you maintain your grip on the handlebars.

A thick fleece liner ensures the warmth produced by your body is kept in place, and a foam padding in the palm means that you stay comfortable and cold from your handlebars is kept at bay as well.

An excellent glove for people who don’t want the bulk of a sub-zero deep winter glove, but still want to be sufficiently protected when the weather takes a turn for the worst.

Pros and Cons

Hestra Windstopper Tracker Gloves

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The Hestra Windstopper Tracker Gloves are sturdy and durable gloves made containing GORE® WINDSTOPPER® for insulation.

Protective material is added to the inside of the index finger and thumb to improve durability. basic no-nonsense glove.

Expert Experience

Rich Owen | Contributor – April 30, 2014

Hestra is renowned for its ski gloves and has applied its winter weather know-how to these well made mountain bike gloves. Despite lacking any great bulk, the Windstopper Trackers have kept our hands really warm on rides with temperatures that were down into single figures. The Gore Windstopper uppers did exactly that – stopped wind.

The Chamude synthetic suede palms provide plenty of grip and are lightly padded at the heel and base of the fingers. The glove is available in six sizes, and Hestra says it’s crucial to get a proper fit, so do some careful measuring or try them on first if possible.

Pros and Cons

Hestra Ergo Grip Long Gloves

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Ergo Grip Long glove
Ergo Grip Long glove
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The Hestra Ergo Grip Long Gloves adds added comfort with a sewn-in foam padding in the palm.

An easy-to-use velcro enclosure sits atop a neoprene cuff. A multi-layer upper construction keeps heat into place, but is breathable at the same time.

The glove is pre-curved to avoid material bunching or creating folds on the handlebars. It features touch screen compatibility as well.

Pros and Cons

Hestra Ergo Grip Race Cut Gloves

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Ergo Grip Race Cut glove
Ergo Grip Race Cut glove
Ergo Grip Race Cut glove
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The Hestra Ergo Grip Race Cut Gloves are non-padded pre-curved cycling gloves for maximum grip and feel.

This makes them a good companion for trail riding in colder conditions. They feature the same three-layer upper construction as the Hestra Ergo Grip Long gloves, to add moisture-wicking, water-resistance, and protection against the wind.

High quality, durable, warm gloves for competitive riders.

Pros and Cons

POC Thermal Gloves

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The POC thermal gloves are high-tech gloves for winter riding. The thin leather palm ensures maximum grip on your handlebars, while the entirety of the glove’s palm has a PrimaLoft Gold liner.

The back has a PrimaLoft Aerogel liner, which offers the ultimate in insulation versus weight ratio. This liner is covered with a water resistant and windproof stretch fabric. Just as the Hirzl Gripp Thermo 2.0, these gloves are made for above freezing cold temperatures and prioritize grip above insulation.

The gloves feature a touchscreen strip on both the thumb and index finger.

Expert Experience

Suvi Loponen | Technical writer – March 20, 2023

The leather palm offers a very secure grip on any bar tape I have ridden with in both dry and wet conditions. The sizing has been spot on (I’ve tested size small) and although there is plenty of insulation on these, they don’t feel bulky. That said, I felt that on mountain bike brakes the slightly more padded fingers are not necessarily the most ideal – but really, it’s either that or cold fingers and I know which one I choose.

Pros and Cons

Sealskinz Waterproof All Weather Cycle Gloves

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Waterproof All Weather Cycle glove
Waterproof All Weather Cycle glove
Waterproof All Weather Cycle glove
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The Sealskinz Waterproof All Weather MTB Gloves are, as the name suggests, meant for riding on the trail in wet conditions.

Besides being waterproof gloves with foam padding, the gloves also have added foam in the upper construction functioning as knuckle protectors.

Silicone on the ring- and index finger ensures that you remain in control of the brakes at any time.

These gloves are all-weather condition gloves that don’t feature extra insulation.

Expert Experience

Pete Reynolds | Site Owner – September 28, 2023

These gloves are 100% waterproof. No messing about. I popped these gloves on and dipped them in a swimming pool for over a minute and I didn’t even feel the coolness of the water, let alone a drop of moisture.

Nor will you feel the wind when riding in these gloves. It’s a tough membrane protecting your hands and they’ll keep you warm even in sub-zero temperatures.

Pros and Cons

Sealskinz Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves with Fusion Control

Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves with Fusion Control glove
Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves with Fusion Control glove
Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves with Fusion Control glove
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For deep winter rides the Sealskinz Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves with Fusion Control offer a 100 percent waterproof product.

By combining goatskin leather with a waterproof but highly breathable inner membrane and Merino wool liner, the glove combines the aspects of warmth, with moisture-wicking features and water resistance.

Whereas the entire palm is made up of leather the back combines leather and softshell to aid in the gloves flexibility. Besides the fact that goatskin is already extremely durable, you can further increase the gloves lifespan by maintaining the leather.

If you expect to ride not only in the cold but also in wet conditions, you can’t go wrong with a pair of these gloves.

Expert Experience

Maria David | Contributor – February 15, 2022

I found the Sealskinz Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves very comfortable and snug, the inner layer stays put and they protect against rain and wind though they’re not warm enough to cater for those near freezing days of deep winter. The price tag is not insignificant, and ruling out machine washing isn’t ideal in a winter glove – but these are well made, stylish and the goatskin palm provides good grip.

Pros and Cons

Sealskinz Waterproof Extreme Cold Weather Cycle Split Finger Gloves

Waterproof Extreme Cold Weather Cycle Split Finger glove
Waterproof Extreme Cold Weather Cycle Split Finger glove
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The Sealskinz Waterproof Extreme Cold Weather Cycle gloves are what the name suggests, gloves to weather the most extreme temperatures that are still deemed rideable.

The split-finger design adds warmth, besides American-made Climashield® insulation to minimize loss of build up heat in the glove.

Added reflectiveness makes you visible for other road-users in low-light conditions

Expert Experience

John Brown | Contributor – December 30, 2017

I’ve ridden them down to the low-single digits. They were warm and comfortable, but once my commute approached 30 minutes, I started to feel the cold creep in. for MTB riding, I imagine they would last far longer, but with 15mph average speed in the commute, they started to let some cold in.

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Sealskinz Women's Waterproof All Weather Cycle Gloves

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The Sealskinz Women’s Waterproof All Weather Cycle Gloves are waterproof cycling gloves that offer additional foam padding in the palm for comfort and protection.

They’re also highly reflective for incoming traffic, making these gloves a perfect companion when traveling in the dark on busy roads or for daily commuting.

These gloves are all-weather condition gloves that don’t feature extra insulation, and are touchscreen compatible.

Expert Experience

Pete Reynolds | Site Owner – September 28, 2023

These gloves are 100% waterproof. No messing about. I popped these gloves on and dipped them in a swimming pool for over a minute and I didn’t even feel the coolness of the water, let alone a drop of moisture.

Nor will you feel the wind when riding in these gloves. It’s a tough membrane protecting your hands and they’ll keep you warm even in sub-zero temperatures.

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Sportful No Rain Gloves

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If you’re looking for waterproof cycling gloves without wanting to look like a mountain yeti, the Sportful No Rain Gloves are perfect indeed.

They provide just the right amount of protection in the form of a waterproof proprietary NoRain upper, while a slim silicone palm adds the perfect amount of grip.

Not intended for very cold temperatures, these gloves are perfect for all-season riding in wet conditions, not in sub-zero temperatures. I reckon they are just about the perfect gloves for road cyclists who want to go riding as soon as there isn’t ice covering the road. Since the gloves are highly breathable it means that these gloves could be your go-to solution for everything but hot summer cycling and freezing conditions.

Expert Experience

David Arthur | Contributor – March 02, 2019

They’re not cheap, but they are highly versatile and a good investment as they easily offer three-season use. In terms of comfort and insulation/breathability, I’d compare them to the similarly priced Gore M Windstopper Gloves, but the Sportfuls have the added bonus of extra rain protection.

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Specifications women's winter road cycling gloves

Name
Sex
Type
Back
Palm
Padding
Insulation
Season
Castelli Spettacolo Ros Gloves
women
full finger
synthetic
none
PrimaLoft® Gold
winter
Castelli Perfetto Ros Gloves
women
full finger
GORE-TEX INFINIUM™
synthetic
gel padding
fleece
winter
Giro Women’s Pivot 2.0 Gloves
women
full finger
OutDry®
gel padding
Primaloft
winter
Giro Proof Gloves
women
full finger
DDS®
AX Suede™ Echo Diamond
none
Polartec® Power Dry®
winter
Giro Women’s Candela 2.0 Gloves
women
full finger
Polartec® Windbloc®
AX Suede™
gel padding
softshell
winter
Giro 100 Proof Gloves
women
full finger
DDS®
AX Suede™ Echo Diamond
none
Polartec® Power Dry®
winter
Giro Women’s Inferna Gloves
women
full finger
Polartec® Windbloc®
AX Suede™ Echo Palm
gel padding
fleece
winter
Giro Women’s Cascade Gloves
women
full finger
Polartec® Windbloc®
AX Suede™
none
Polartec® Power Wool®
winter
Gore Wear C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid Gloves
unisex
full finger
GORE-TEX INFINIUM™
silicone
gel padding
fleece
winter
Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Gloves
unisex
full finger
GORE-TEX
silicone
none
thermo lining
winter
Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Infinium Gloves
unisex
full finger
GORE-TEX INFINIUM™
silicone
none
GORE® WINDSTOPPER®
winter
Gore Wear C5 GORE-TEX Thermo Gloves
unisex
full finger
GORE-TEX
synthetic leather
foam padding
thermo lining
winter
Hestra Windstopper Tracker Gloves
unisex
full finger
GORE-TEX INFINIUM™
Polyester
none
GORE® WINDSTOPPER®
winter
Hestra Ergo Grip Long Gloves
unisex
full finger
HESTRA 3-layer interlock polyester fabric
Ergo Grip
foam padding
foam
winter
Hestra Ergo Grip Race Cut Gloves
unisex
full finger
HESTRA Lycra fabric
Stretch polyester
none
winter
POC Thermal Gloves
unisex
full finger
windproof stretch fabric
leather
none
PrimaLoft® Gold
winter
Sealskinz Waterproof All Weather Cycle Gloves
unisex
full finger
foam padding
winter
Sealskinz Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves with Fusion Control
unisex
full finger
leather, softshell
goatskin Leather
none
Fusion Control
winter
Sealskinz Waterproof Extreme Cold Weather Cycle Split Finger Gloves
unisex
full finger
none
Climashield®
winter
Sealskinz Women’s Waterproof All Weather Cycle Gloves
women
full finger
none
winter
Sportful No Rain Gloves
unisex
full finger
none
winter

Sources

George Hill, Castelli Spettacolo RoS gloves, Road.cc, November 29, 2022
Josh Croxton, Castelli Perfetto RoS gloves review, Cycling News, December 01, 2022
Luke Friend, Giro Proof winter gloves review, Cycling Weekly, January 10, 2022
Emma Silversides, Giro Candela 2.0 women’s gloves, Road.cc, April 18, 2021
Stu Kerton, Giro 100 Proof Gloves, Road.cc, November 26, 2018
Rachael Wight, Giro Inferna Women’s Winter Glove, Off.road.cc, February 23, 2018
Emlyn Lewis, A Useful Review – The Gore C3 GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Mid Gloves, Cycling Independant, February 1, 2023
Paul Norman, Gore C5 Gore-Tex Thermo winter gloves review, Bikeradar, January 26, 2020
Paul Norman, Gore Wear Gore-Tex Infinium gloves review, Cycling Weekly, May 17, 2019
Rich Owen, Hestra Windstopper Tracker gloves review, Bikeradar, April 30, 2014
Suvi Loponen, POC Thermal Glove review, Off.road.cc, March 20, 2023
Pete Reynolds, Sealskinz All-Weather Cycle Glove Review – 100% Waterproof?, Discerning Cyclist, September 28, 2023
Maria David, Sealskinz Waterproof Cold Weather Gloves with Fusion Control review, Cycling Weekly, February 15, 2022
John Brown, Out of the box review: the best cold weather glove to date, Have Fun Biking, December 30, 2017
Pete Reynolds, Sealskinz All-Weather Cycle Glove Review – 100% Waterproof?, Discerning Cyclist, September 28, 2023
David Arthur, Sportful NoRain Gloves, Road.cc, March 02, 2019

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