Joe Rocket Windchill Gloves

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Joe Rocket Windchill Gloves

A leather glove adapted for the winter, the Joe Rocket Windchill ditches the typical bulky feel and replaces it with 100 grams of Thinsulate® and a waterproof Dry Tech® mid-liner. A long gauntlet works to keep out the unwanted elements and for flexible unrestricted protection, integrated high density armor has been added to the knuckles.
  • Supple drum dyed Cowhide outer
  • Waterproof Dry Tech® mid-liner
  • 100G Thinsulate®
  • Integrated high density knuckle armor
  • Leather reinforcements throughout
  • Vibration dissipating gel palm
  • Pre-curved ride-friendly design
  • Articulated FullFlex™ expansion panels on fingers
  • Secure hook and loop wrist closure
  • Toggle and draw cord at top of cuff
  • Item # 62962
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Nice, comfy glove

Very nice gloves, works well in anything above 35 and below 65 degrees. Based on the reviews here, I got the 3XL, fits perfectly fine, though the tips of my thumbs press against the end of the glove. Normally I wear XL size gloves from Joe Rocket, so they better get their sizing a bit more consistent.

Arjen - February 22, 2017

(Norcross, GA)

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Perfect fit & warm at 10,000ft

These were a great buy, they fit perfectly and I have short fingers and my fingers reached the ends of the glove! I road for 6 hours through Colorado's highest mountain roads in April hitting 35F at 60 MPH for hours at a time and these gloves kept me warm. Also still flexible and could manipulate the controls.

Eric - June 13, 2016

(Boulder, CO)

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Decent Gloves

Insulation seems to be good at 35 degrees but starts getting cold below that. I ordered XL because I typically wear a size L in normal gloves. These are still very tight. Needs to be broken in for sure but first assessment is that they run very small for their sizes, the squeegee is nothing to brag about (I can't use it without contorting my hand) and they're preformed which makes it difficult to cover the brake while riding in traffic.

Keith - November 18, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN)

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Windchill gloves

Gloves work but like any non-heated glove, it's limited to about 40 to 44 degrees. The fit is a little small. I normally have a good fit with XL but these run small. The fingers are also on the stiff side but may break in over time. Basically an average to good value for the price.

Don - February 7, 2014

(Yardley, PA)