Don’t let cold wet hands ruin your outdoor fun! We developed our Lightweight Waterproof Knit Gloves to solve the soggy digits problem and keep your hands dry while cycling, running, hiking and any outdoor adventuring in the rain. Our gloves are fully waterproof with 3 bonded layers: a wear resistant knit exterior that feels like a regular knit glove, a waterproof-breathable Artex membrane, and a Coolmax moisture-wicking antibacterial knit lining. Silicone print on the palm offers a better grip in wet conditions. Noen Green.
3 bonded layers: a wear resistant knit exterior that feels like a regular knit glove, a waterproof-breathable Artex membrane, and a Coolmax moisture-wicking antibacterial knit lining
Silicone print on the palm offers a better grip in wet condition
I've used these for doing wet outdoor chores around the house, like cleaning wet rain gutters, and they have kept my hands dry and warm. I plan to use them while doing hiking trail maintenance, and expect them to perform well there also.
Gloves for biking and ......
Tim Branham on 12/21/21
Haven't used these yet for biking, but have worked great for trail work and firewood gathering in the PNW rainforest. Keeps my hands warm and dry.
Great gloves for cold wet weather
Ben P. on 11/13/19
I live in rainy Seattle and have used the gloves on several multi-hour rides in the past few weeks. They worked really well on cold wet rides. For me their perfect temperature range was about 40-50 degrees. By the end of particularly wet rides they were a little damp on the inside but didn’t loose their warmth.
Matthew Bozek on 5/3/19
These gloves fit incredibly well and shield off the water very well. They are also breathable as well. Would highly recommend these gloves!
Gloves for wet weather cycling
Phil on 3/22/19
An awesome glove that I knew about from Showers Pass web site. As a year round bicycle commuter, heavy rain with temperatures in the upper 30's is about as miserable as it gets. Previous gloves kept the hands dry but let rain from my jacket run into the cuffs. Not these gloves with a firm knit cuff. Dry hands = warm hands and these gloves are now part of my rain suit equipment.