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- Item model number: 14341105
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (354 customer reviews)
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Pearl Izumi Men's Thermal Lite Glove
|Price:||$15.00 - $28.85|
- PRO thermal Lite fabric provides optimal warmth in mild conditions
- Silicone screened finger tips for a performance grip
- Lightweight and Packable
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Thermal Lite Gloves are ideal as a cool weather glove or layered as a liner in colder conditions.
From the Manufacturer
Thermal Lite Glove Thermal Lite Gloves are ideal as a cool weather glove or layered as a liner in colder conditions PRO thermal Lite fabric provides optimal warmth in mild conditions Silicone screened finger tips for a performance grip Reflective elements for low-light visibility Lightweight and Packable
Top customer reviews
Overall, these gloves are a good addition to your cycling or workout wardrobe.
Down to 35F, I can get away with just full finger cycling gloves.
Between 20 and 35, I slip these on underneath full finger cycling gloves and they keep my hands comfortable for the duration of my commute (30-40 minutes).
Under 20, I put these on underneath ski gloves, and this setup keeps my fingers cozy down to around -5 (probably colder too, but that's as cold as it's been here).
All in all, this is a quick and simple extra layer that goes a long way towards insulating your hands. These would probably also be a decent layer for those in between fall days when it's too cold for fingerless gloves but too warm for full finger gloves, though since they have no padding whatsoever, they'd probably be best worn underneath fingerless. They're also very well made; I've been putting them on and taking them off twice a day for the past 5 months and they're still good as new.
-- The material is as thin as you could hope for, allowing a full range of motion for your fingers without sacrificing wind-protection;
-- The silver-grey patterning that you see in the photo is a grip-coating that eliminates the danger of brake-handles slipping
I've found these to be exceptional gloves for cool conditions (40-50 degrees Fahrenheit). They do what they are supposed to, keeping hands shielded from wind, but they are so thin and grippy that you can easily pull change out of a trouser pocket.
1) Aside from the tips of your thumb, middle and index fingers, these gloves offer no traction whatsoever. Don't think they will offer any help if you try picking up something or holding on to a railing. Yes yes, I understand these are running gloves, but they are still GLOVES that go over your hands. You use your hands for holding and grabbing onto things, and that doesn't change when you go for a run, especially in an instant when you need to grab something to keep from slipping or turn a cold doorknob.
2) No touch responsive fabric for smartphone screens. It's 2014, this should be in all gloves now. And the images are very misleading about that.
3) If they get wet, forget it. When running don't mess around making snowballs or run in the rain, because once these things are wet they will be pretty uncomfortable until they dry, which might be a while if you're on a long run.
4) Just not very warm in general. I'm willing to discount this point because I've worn running gloves that conserve too much heat and I end up having to take them off, and at least these are thin enough so that you can take them off and put them in your pocket without being too bulky. They are thin enough to let you blow into your hand to warm them up, which is nice, but also seemingly counter-intuitive to the reason one might decide to wear gloves in the first place.