Our Range of Cycling Gloves
Cycling Gloves feature additional padding on the palms which helps to reduce discomfort caused by hanging onto the handlebars or shifters for an extended period. Cycling Gloves for road cyclists and commuters tend to have cut-off fingers to help keep the hands cool and aid dexterity, with foam of gel padding to reduce pressure on the palm.
Road Bike Gloves
Road Bike Gloves feature padding or gel around the palms to provide comfort while gripping the handlebars. Featuring aerodynamic design, road bike gloves will offer feature ergonomic fit and mesh panels for maximum ventilation. Most road cyclists will choose short finger otherwise known as fingerless gloves if the weather permits, as they are breathable and offer a more natural feel with better control. While full finger gloves have gotten lighter and more comfortable while remaining warm enough to handle those winter rides. The best cycling gloves will be offer you comfort on those all-day endurance rides and still perform from start to finish, taking the punishment that your hands otherwise would.
Mountain Bike Gloves
Out on the trails, you’ll want a Full Finger Mountain Bike Gloves to protect the hands and offer grip. MTB Gloves generally offer ventilation and are made of high quality materials that are functional and protective, but don’t add bulk. You’ll get an extra layer of padding across the knuckles on most mountain bike gloves and they also tend to be more durable as mountain bike riding is a lot rougher than road cycling.
Short Finger Gloves
Short Finger Bike Gloves will provide lightweight comfort, with most featuring mesh panels and gel or silicone palm padding. Also known as fingerless gloves, they offer better control as you can feel your shifters and the handlebar, while also allowing much better airflow so that you can be comfortable no matter how long your on the bike for.
Full Finger Gloves
In the colder winter months, Full Finger Bike Gloves will block wind chill and provide insulation, while still offering the grip and dexterity you need to brake, shift and hang on. As the fingers aren't working very hard on a ride, they can quickly cause you a lot of discomfort sitting out there copping all the cold breeze on your morning ride. Having them covered with Winter Bike Gloves sufficiently will help make the whole experience much more pleasant.