The Nordic 2 Windproof Deep Winter Lobster Gloves are for riders with no ‘off-season’. If there is snow on the side of the road or trails, and it is safe to go cycling, then these are the gloves to keep your hands warm and comfortable on deep winter adventures.
The lobster-style design has been evolved to have an optimised finger split: where the separation of the forefinger allows for easier braking and shifting on both road and MTB levers – so you have maximum dexterity and control.
The deep winter rating comes firstly from the 100% windproof outer fabric. This fabric has a high breathability rating of 15K (15,000 g/m²/24h), so your hands will remain comfortable even if you work up a sweat. A PFC-free DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating on the outside will shrug off light rain and spray.
Market-leading Primaloft® Gold insulation is used in the palm, which is low bulk and exceptionally insulating, even under compression. The back of the gloves features Primaloft® Gold Active+ for an exceptionally high warmth-to-weight ratio.
These gloves are made from 80% recycled material.
Deep winter riding just got comfortable!
The GripGrab Nordic 2 Deep Winter Lobster Gloves are for the coldest rides in the depths of winter. If it is safe to ride and the temperature in below freezing, these lobster gloves will keep your hands warm and your fingers in control of the levers; so, you can marvel at those beautiful snow-covered winter scenes.
To help reduce water or snow seeping in through the cuff of your gloves, we recommend you wear the sleeves of your jacket over the top of the cuff of your gloves.
Will they keep my hands warm?
Yes. These are designed to keep your hands comfortable in cold and sub-zero conditions. They feature Primaloft™ insulation, and windproof and water-resistant fabrics to shield you from the elements.
Are there finger dividers inside the glove?
Yes. There are internal dividers between the fingers to aid with grip and dexterity. They are soft and comfortable.
Will they keep my hands dry?
These gloves feature water resistant fabrics to protect your hands during light rain and showers. However, they do not have a waterproof membrane, so in heavy or sustained rain your hands will likely get wet. For waterproof winter gloves, check out the Polaris 2 Waterproof Winter Gloves.