These mid-weight Countdown III gloves are the most expensive in Gore Bike Wear’s range and they do a good job of keeping your hands dry in wet weather.
The Shields are attractive looking gloves. Yes, ours are pink, but it’s a funky, high viz, hot pink rather than a girly pink, and there is a grey option if you want something more subdued. There’s a reflective motif across the knuckles and on low-light mornings it’s reassuring to know your hands are just that bit more visible when you're indicating.
These gloves will keep your hands warm in the really, really cold weather and they’re fully waterproof too.
Designed as a waterproof winter road glove, Dhb’s Amberley is more accurately described as very very water resistant and continues the brand’s reputation for great value, nicely designed cycle clothing that delivers. The Amberley offers great protection without compromised dexterity for winter commuting or training rides and for most of us will more than do the job, but those fond of more extreme winter conditions: mountain bikers, off season crossers and rough stuff tourists will want even greater waterproofing protection.