After several thousand miles, my first pair is not showing any signs of wear - which is really pretty amazing. This is my second pair because I don't want to be caught without them. Summer has not yet begun, but so far these gloves have been comfortable - actually the best ever - from low 40's to upper 70's (mid single digits to mid 20's Celsius). Ride lengths are typically mid teens to mid 40's miles with occasional longer ones.
Great gloves. I purchased XL because I have big hands. The fit was a bit off. The thumb, index and middle finger fit just fine but the ring and pinky fingers were a bit long. Luckily my sister is a seamstress and will gladly adjust them for me. Otherwise great gloves. Kept my hands warm.
Went for a ride in 32 degree weather and my hands were never cold, plus they .were on sale for a great price.
Good middle ground betwixt lobster gloves and warm weather gloves.
First ride with these and the first ride in a while where I didn't have to wait for 45 minutes for my hands to warm up out of sheer work. New favorite gloves for cool to cold weather
These gloves are not at all bulky, but they keep my hands comfortable down into the 40's (upper single digits C). They do run small - I'm not a big guy, and XL are a perfect fit.
These gloves are great above freezing. The soft fleece inside is warm and wicks sweat. The outside has a nice softshell that blocks most wind. Some wind does get into the gloves, so below 32F you may need liners.
Kept my hands warm for the entire ride
As advertised, these gloves are good for moderate temperatures. My fingers get very make me give them an excellent rating is the lack of material to wipe your nose that inevitably happens on cold days.
The gloves fit great. I have used them during the cold days here in CO.
Overall, the glove is well made and plenty warm for its density. My only real complaint is the fact that I have to take the gloves off to access a touchscreen device (e.g. Garmin 830, iPhone, etc.), which can be especially challenging when your hands are a little sweaty. It seems to me that having the capacitive touch feature would be a common built-in feature, considering it is readily found in riding gloves made by the inferior mass-produced brands.
Have worn this glove on three rides now, all in the 40s F, about 100 miles. First, sizing is a bit strange (but does correspond to your sizing chart) the gloves run large compared to virtually all other gloves. In other words, my entire life I have worn size L gloves, but a size M is what fits me here. The gloves have good grip (no padding to speak of), are wind resistant (not wind proof), and not insulated. My hands got cold at 43F, but felt fine at 48F. I like that the cuff is long so it can block out any gap around wrists.
These are quality gloves. They don't have any padding, but great grip. For rough rides, I can place short fingered padded gloves over them without a problem. My hands are warm with these from the upper 40s and up.
I bought these gloves several weeks ago; I initially ordered large but returned them for mediums. Unbelievably, hassle free exchange policy! I started using them end of March in New Hampshire, when the temps where 40-50 degrees. No problems with cold hands and good wind resistance, I def recommend these for cool weather riding.
These gloves are perfect for the cool Michigan days. I've found them good into the low to mid 20 degree days and up to about 50 degrees. They are windproof, not bulky and incredibly comfortable.
I've been using these gloves a lot since I received them. From 50° down to about °40. They have performed very well. Comfortable and grippy. I wish they were a little better on my touch screen Samsung though. They are my go to long finger gloves.