Protection and comfort, in any order you choose - that is why a cyclist will wear cycling gloves. If you've ever fallen off a bike at speed, ridden for over 2 hours without a break, or headed out into cooler weather, then you will know the truth of this statement. More >>
Road Cycling Gloves
For road riders, cycling 'mitts' are where it is at. Comfortable and cool for long days on the bike, you'll feel the benefit post ride, and if you do decide to opt for a little tarmac skating, then your hands will still function afterwards.
City & Trail cycling gloves
For city cyclists and trail riders, the preference is normally for a full finger glove. Offering added protection and greater bike control, they will often sport welcome features like reflective piping, generous palm padding and some weather resistance.
Choosing a bike glove - decisions, decisions
As with the other items in your now growing cycle clothing collection, just spend a moment thinking about where and when you ride. Making a decision based on riding habits and local terrain is the best way to ensure you end up with the most suitable cycling glove. Less >>
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The Ibex Shak Two-Layer Glove is a finely made merino wool cycling glove finished with a ...
Brand new to the Craft Bike line up this season is the Swedish brand's weather resisting ...
The Rulla glove is just as at home in the city as it is venturing onto the trails. A blended ...
The Biologic Cipher cycling gloves are ideal for urban commuting — very well finished and ...
Pull them on as a first layer under your regular cycling gloves, and the Ibex Merino Wool ...
The first thing you'll notice about the Craft Full Finger Gel Bike Glove is its well padded, ...
Ibex hasn't forgotten your extremities, and you shouldn't either. Wool style, ...
The Craft Control Glove is a very nice cycling glove that is aimed squarely at the trail ...
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