These overshoes from Craft are like little wetsuits for your feet. Made from stretchy neoprene, they are designed to be both super warm (the clue is in the name) and water and road grot proof, protecting your delicate road shoes from the nasty bad salty winter muck.
The Craft Siberians are well-made mid-weight gloves that provide decent warmth without being too bulky.
My only real negative criticism of these gloves is the name. If you call something 'Siberian', surely the implication is that it's designed to keep you warm in the most extreme winter conditions. That's the message I get, anyway. Don't get me wrong, these are good gloves, but they're not right up there among the warmest you can lay your hands on.
Craft's Attack bib shorts form part of their top tier 'Elite' range, developed with their WorldTour teams. The idea is that you're getting the very best that Craft have to offer. Does all this make for a good pair of shorts or is it just marketing spiel?
This Craft AB Classic Jersey is a quality jersey, but it's definitely not one for tourists or commuters, or anyone who might wear a jersey more than once before washing.
One of the great pleasures of summer is being able to ditch your winter kit and ride out in just a short sleeve jersey and shorts. This one is made from an ultra-soft silky material, which is a nice change from the usual Coolmax fabric, and in a slightly looser cut with mesh inserts, it feels like an ideal hot weather jersey.