Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

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Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby mattrixdesign2 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 09:45 am

Hi

Looking for good winter gloves - £30 or less? Windproof and Waterproof, not too bulky, for road use and occasional MTB use.

Any suggestions?

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Re: Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby passout » Sat Nov 24, 2012 10:47 am

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Re: Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby McNulty » Sat Nov 24, 2012 11:33 am

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/OUTEREDGE-WATERPROOF-BREATHABLE-WINTER-CYCLING-GLOVES-/330629142178

I have a pair of these (the black ones) and for the money they are great

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Re: Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby cougie » Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:16 pm

Have a look in Aldi - they had nice ones for a fiver. They've been good for me so far this winter.

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Re: Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby Bigpikle » Sat Nov 24, 2012 13:54 pm

have a look for some Craft Siberian gloves - few around from 2010-11 at really good prices. Got some from Always Riding a few weeks ago and have been really impressed with them for warmth and windproofing.
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Re: Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby jezzpalmer » Sat Nov 24, 2012 14:01 pm

I bought some sealskins winter gloves , £31 from go outdoors with their loyalty card thing (£35 without).
Did a 4 hour ride last Sunday and the first 3 hours were at 0 degC or less, the first hour being -4 degC.

They are a bit chunky, but manageable; reasonably waterproof too.

http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/winter-cycle-glove-p166959

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Re: Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby markos1963 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 14:14 pm

I like Sealskinz, not too bulky and stay pretty waterproof. Make sure you try on and don;t buy too small a size as they will make your hands cold then.

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Re: Good winter gloves - £30 or less?

Postby mattrixdesign2 » Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:12 am

cougie wrote:Have a look in Aldi - they had nice ones for a fiver. They've been good for me so far this winter.


I had some Aldi ones, they were good, but fit was a bit ropey, right size palm, short fingers... but definitely not water proof but to be fair they don't claim t be... and I have lost the dam things.

I have ordered the Planet X Deluge to see what they are like.


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