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Glove Type: Full Finger - Non-Insulated
Black - Small
Mfg PartNum: K4522570010-2
Black - Medium
Mfg PartNum: K4522570010-3
Black - Large
Mfg PartNum: K4522570010-4
Black - X-Large
Mfg PartNum: K4522570010-5
Black - 2X-Large
Mfg PartNum: K4522570010-6
I generally only ride in temps above 42 F. I'm 54, and have the large sized glove. They are snug but comfortable. I've done two rides. At above 46 F these can be a little warm, especially if you're climbing. If I'm just cruising on the flats there great. I do a mix of road, gravel and MTB. In the winter months I tend to do more gravel/MTB. I wore these on a climb and my hands got pretty hot and sweaty. Nice to have options though. I seem to have a plethora of gloves these days! Love Castelli gear, especially for cold-weather riding.
I really like this as it is a longer glove that goes deeper on my wrist. It doesn't feel like it is warm but the breatheability shines when you work up a sweat. My hands stay warmer in this than another "wind proof" glove. It is harder to operate my garmin watch with this on but the extra protection leaves no gaps. The only other downside is that the labels in the glove are scratchy even after I tried to trim off as much as possible - can likely fix with rounding off of the labels. Overall, excellent and does its job.
I started wearing these in the late fall riding season. Super warm. Easy on / easy off. Nice snug fit. Gripping surfaces on fingers and inside hand area make for solid gripping. If you were to add a light glove liner, I feel you could easily use these gloves to beat temperatures in the teens.
The hands are the first thing to get cold, no matter what when I ride. I can't shift Di2 with battery powered gloves on. I can with these, and every other (many) glove has failed in one way or another. Most are too bulky and have the inner and outer layers unattached causing slipping on the bars, not to mention being impossible to put back on with even minimal moisture in them. These gloves looked really thick in photos but really aren't so much. They are tight in the wrist, but intentionally so as your jacket goes over quite well. Like everything Castelli the sizing is off, so size up - seriously. I'm a real sissy about my hands getting cold. 55ï¿½ out and I'm wearing something on my hands. I don't have a problem riding now in the 30's in our Montana WIND with these gloves. Having a KIKR, going out in the 20's lost its appeal....
I like everything about this glove with the exception of the gel padding at the base of the palm. I'm hyper sensitive to position changes and the padding makes it so my wrists are taken out of their neutral position. Otherwise the gloves feel really good and are plenty warm for 32 to 40 degrees.
I bought these gloves for winter riding in Eugene, OR, where I also needed them to be warm and rain proof. I have used these all winter at temperatures down to about 40F with no problems. They fit well, with not a lot of bulk, and are pretty warm. So far, they seem quite durable. Above 50-55F, these might be too warm. More padding in the palm would be nice, but it's not a deal breaker by any means.