Behold the knit cycling glove. Modest in countless ways, yet popular the cycling world over. DeFeet's DuraGlove isn't blazing a new path the way their socks did, but it is an update on a classic.Yes, you've seen the glove before. But that doesn't mean you don't have a reason to have a pair. They're inexpensive, durable, and versatile. The knit stretches and the rubber grippers on the palm holds on tight. These gloves can protect your hands from the point of a light chill down to the low 40s Fahrenheit. Some will put on a liner first, the DuraGlove over, and ride these into the 30s. Wear them for running. Wear them walking or even driving.The DuraGlove is constructed with the classic DeFeet dual knit; CoolMax on the inside, Cordura/Lycra on the outside. The composition is 40% CoolMax, 40% Cordura nylon and 20% Lycra. DeFeet recommends washing the DuraGloves on cold and tumble drying on low, but the big no-no is bleach. Bleach on DeFeet accessories is a bad idea. The gloves come in four sizes -- Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large. The glove sizing works off the measure of the circumference of your hand just below the knuckles. Small is 7-7.5" (18-19cm), Medium is 8-8.5" (20-21.5cm), Large is 8.5-9" (21.5-23cm), and X-Large is 9-10" (23-25cm). If you possess long fingers, you might want to size up. While the gloves stretch, a tight fit is neither comfy nor terribly warm. The DeFeet DuraGlove comes in Black and White.