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Craft Thermal Split Finger Glove

by Craft

Price: $49.99
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  • Palm: 60% nylon, 40% polyurethane, glove: 80% polyester, 20% polyurethane; machine wash and dry, no bleach
  • wind resistant fabric
  • silicon dots for improved grip
  • removable fleece inner glove
  • China

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Product Description

Craft Thermal Split Finger Gloves with removable fleece liner. Removable fleece glove liner Clarino palm Thinsulate insulation Terry thumb Velcro closure Pull tab

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005T2ADYW
  • Item model number: 193541
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,163 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The glove combo is lightweight and surprisingly non-bulky for such a warm glove.
Colorado MO
It's only a 3 mile ride but in the North East it gets super cold and these guys have kept me warm in both rain and wind.
TenBodyGun
The tops are some sort of mesh-like material, and the only thing on the thumbs is a double layer of fleece.
Craig...E

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Colorado MO on December 4, 2009
I'm a year 'round bike commuter and do some winter road cycling. I've had no problem finding decent gloves for over 40F, but much below that it's a whole different story. These gloves fill the tremendous gap between my older "artic conditions only" Pearl lobster gloves (too hot for anything above single digits if I don't want a hand sauna) and a five finger windblock glove that leaves me cold once the temp gets around freezing.

I've used this Craft mitt for about a month of regular commuting now. I wear a men's large, which is consistent with the sizing on PI and Performance gloves. The fit is just a touch on the loose side, which I've found is crucial for my cold weather hand happiness.

The glove combo is lightweight and surprisingly non-bulky for such a warm glove. Nice microfleece nose patch on the thumb, great gripper material on the palm and index/middle finger "claw", and windproof backing. The seams and construction seem top notch and I expect great durability. The cuff is a pretty good length, covering the wrist nicely, although I find the velcro close tab a bit small to crank down over my admittedly fading jacket sleeves. The reflective logo is good to have but fairly small -- I'd prefer some reflective piping at the very least. The outer packs down pretty well and aside from the suede patches on the palm dries quite quickly. I wouldn't expect it to hold up to much more than light precipitation, though I expect would still be warm even if wet.

The five-finger liner was a bit of a disappointment in that it is a very basic glove with a jersey-type finish that has no grip at all -- OK for a short flat bar ride but I wouldn't use for road bike brake/shift levers.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By F. Miller on February 8, 2009
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I have quite a collection of winter cycling gloves. I've even tried ski gloves - nothing worked! It seems their very thickness was part of the problem because my fingers always got numb, maybe from the lack of circulation. The Craft gloves have a liner... which I seldon need. At 40 degress without the liner, they keep my fingers warm which no other glove has been able to do! I cannot explain why because without the liner, they are thin....
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By K. Chiu on December 22, 2011
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Lobster gloves are critical for winter cycling for training and commuting. I have tried a larger number of lobster gloves, and was so eager to purchase these that I bought two pairs online sight unseen.

Unfortunately, I found after receiving them that these gloves run extremely small. I initially purchased size XL, since the Craft sizing chart suggested that. I have purchased similar lobster gloves from Pearl Izumi, Seal Skinz, and Louis Garneau. Size XL always fit me well for those brands, and I wear XL in other Craft gloves.

However, the size XL in this glove (when wearing the liner) was extremely tight. I had to exchange for size XXL, which oddly enough seemed no larger than the XL. I don't know if Craft confused the sizes with womens' sizes. I am male, and the XXL are definitely not what you would expect for mens XXL.

Even with the XXL's, they are pretty tight, so to get them on, you basically have to put on the liner first, then the lobster glove. For commuting cyclists, this is an undesired extra step of complexity. For cold riding, tight gloves don't work as well; you're better off having some space inside the gloves that form a buffer of warm air to keep your hands at body temperature.

I recommend the UK's Seal Skinz waterproof lobster product, if you can find them. I bought them last year, and have been very happy with them.

This Craft product is far inferior to other lobster gloves. The removable inside liner also has poor workmanship. If you wear it by itself, it looks like you're wearing a home-made felt glove made by your child in art class. They could have at least trimmed the edges.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CyclingFiend on December 10, 2011
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I got these gloves for my fiance, and he really likes them. He says they are very warm for cold weather, and wind-resistant - perfect for long rides. One downside is that he would like to be able to give people the finger (we live in NYC), but he can't. Other than that, they're great!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TenBodyGun on December 21, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I commute on my bike too and from work. It's only a 3 mile ride but in the North East it gets super cold and these guys have kept me warm in both rain and wind. They don't really mention it anywhere but it comes with its own liner which is awesome, but a little confusing sometimes when you're trying to put the glove on the first time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Don A Reed on December 10, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
On the last day of my 4 day bike ride I got up and started riding at 5 AM and it was 34 degrees add to it the 15 mph wind and my hands were nice and warm. Love them.
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