Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves
Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves
Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves
Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves
Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves
Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves
Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves
Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves

Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves

Knitted for comfort but with a waterproof membrane to keep your hands warm and dry on wet rides
Regular price€49.95 EUR
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The GripGrab Waterproof Knitted Thermal Gloves are your go-to companion to have dry and warm hands when cycling on chilly damp mornings.

The versatile gloves are made from a knitted fabric with a waterproof membrane; they provide a soft and insulating layer to keep windchill and precipitation from chilling your fingers.

With a simple gripper print on the palms and subtle reflective details; they will help to keep you in control and also make your hand signals stand out in the dark. Great gloves for changeable conditions.

• Waterproof
• Insulating
• Windproof
• Ideal for wet conditions
• Reflective details
• Silicone enhanced grip
• Breathable

• Hand wash
• Do not bleach
• Do not iron
• Do not tumble dry
• Do not wring

Outer:
90% Polyamide, 8% Elastane, 2% Rubber

Inner:
70% Acrylic, 20% Polyamide, 8% Elastane, 2% Rubber

With a simple gripper print on the palms and subtle reflective details; they will help to keep you in control and also make your hand signals stand out in the dark. Great gloves for changeable conditions.

pro tip

To help reduce water seeping in through the cuff of your gloves, we recommend you wear the sleeves of your waterproof rain jacket over the cuff of your gloves.

FAQ

Will they keep my hands dry?
Yes. The glove is made from a knitted fabric with a waterproof membrane to keep your hands dry and comortable.

Will they keep my hands warm?
Yes. This glove provides a soft and insulating layer to keep windchill and precipitation from freezing your fingers. It is best for cool conditions such as those encountered in late autumn and early springtime.

How should I wear them to get the best performance?
Make sure the cuffs of the gloves are tucked underneath the cuff of your waterproof jacket to ensure water doesn't run down your wrist and into the gloves.


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