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Road Tested: Winter Cycling Gloves

  • By Geoff Nenninger
  • Published Dec 21, 2012
  • Updated Nov 25, 2014 at 9:35 AM UTC


2XU Sub Zero Glove
$60, 2XU.com

The Sub Zero Glove is a comfortable option to protect the hands on cooler days. While the cold weather protection was not as significant as some of the other gloves tested, the fit and feel of these gloves is enough to add a pair to any winter clothing arsenal. They are exceptionally thin and agile.

The Sub Zero gloves have a distinct give to them, an intentional design feature that makes shifting and gripping the handlebars a breeze. Ideally, a piece of winter clothing works well without constantly reminding you that it is there, and these gloves certainly live up to that standard. The Sub Zero was quite comfortable on days with the thermometer hovering around 45 degrees. They were ideal for use with electronic shifters, when having good feel is especially important for shifting accuracy.

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