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 first thing you'll notice about the Craft Full Finger Gel Bike Glove is its well padded, super soft palm - it really is generously padded in all the right areas. The second thing you'll notice is the lightweight, stretchy upper, which makes the Full Finger a great choice for both cool and warm rides. Pre-shaped for a perfect hand fit, it is secured via an unobtrusive velcro wrist closure. Silicon palm and finger print for a great surety of gripShock absorbing gel inserts across pressure pointsVelcro wrist closureSoft terry on thumb for wiping away sweatLightweight lycra mesh top for ...
The Craft Control Glove is a very nice cycling glove that is aimed squarely at the trail riding and commuting cyclist in need of a full finger, light, breathable glove. Featuring a velcro closure and a low cut wrist, the Control Glove stands apart from other Craft gloves that have tended to do away with the wrist strap. However, the Control Glove works nicely with the velcro clasp, offering a welcome feeling of security on the bike. Finger sides are in mesh, which does make the glove useful in warmer temperatures, aided by the perforated, thinner palm. Ideal for shorter, ...
Brand new to the Craft Bike line up this season is the Swedish brand's weather resisting Craft Bike Glove. Wind and water resistant, it is a great choice for rides plagued by showers and blustery winds. In use, water beads off the glove in quite an impressive way, and although not seam sealed which would allow Craft to call it waterproof, it is to all intents and purposes all you need from a weather resisting bike for most rides. Moving to the underside, Craft have provided well placed silicon gripper areas to assist cockpit control (although the dimpled clarino palm is already ...
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