Specialized Sub Zero Gloves

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $39.99

Product Description

Full winter warmth with no loss of control and Body Geometry padding for those January epics.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by RRRoubaix a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: January 16, 2011

Strengths:    Fantastically WARM!!
Waterproof and windproof.
Easy to use.

Weaknesses:    None really.
Slightly on the bulky side, I guess, but no worse than other winter gloves.

Bottom Line:   
I can't say enough about these- I have poor circulation and generally get frozen white fingers after an hour of riding in the winter. I bought these on sale, but was very skeptical- I already own FIVE pairs of winter gloves, all high quality stuff- none of those have worked. These are the only gloves that have worked for me. They are the only glove I'll wear in the winter now.
Construction is excellent, as you'd expect. I wasn't sure I'd like the two-part glove (liner/outer), but it works really well. If I'm doing a lot of climbing or it's on the warm side, I can take off the outers and hang them off my bars. They are warm, waterproof and -unlike most winter gloves- easy to take off and put on- even after you're sweaty.

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Favorite Ride:   North Plains loop

Price Paid:    $52.00

Purchased At:   River City Bicycles

Similar Products Used:   Craft Siberian, Specialized Deflect, Specialized Radiant, Endura Deluge, Endura Dexter

Bike Setup:   2009 Specialized Roubaix SL Pro, Ultegra components, FSA seatpost, bars, stem. Selle Italia saddle.

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