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Castelli Estremo Gloves

Castelli Estremo Gloves

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Castelli Estremo Gloves

Do people call you crazy for riding in frigid temperatures? They wouldn't if they knew your secret: Castelli's Estremo Gloves. Heavyweight Gore Windstopper X-Fast fabric repels wind and water, meaning your hands will be warm and dry even in the dead of winter. A fleece liner along with other cold-taming features such as grippy palms, a microsuede thumb panel, and extended Neoprene cuffs conspire to keep winter at bay.

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    Pros

    • Nice fleece inside 
    • Nice grippy palm 
    • Warm until low 20s 

    Cons

    • Somewhat bulky 
    • Wrist velcro awkward 

    Best Uses

    • Cold weather training 
    • Commuting 

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    4.0

    High quality glove for winter riding

    By Lindsey

    from Chicago

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    Pros

    • Nice Grippy Palm
    • Nice Fleece Inside
    • Warm Until Low 20s

    Cons

    • Wrist Velcro Awkward
    • somewhat bulky

    Best Uses

    • Cold weather training
    • Commuting

    Comments:

    This glove is very high quality with a nice soft inside and very grippy outside palm area. If worn wiht a merino liner it keeps me comfortable down into the 20s. I think if it is in the single digits you might need a lobster glove, but this does the job for the majority of the winter riding conditions I encounter. If you buy them a little bigger it helps to keep your warmer and allows you to use a liner as it gets colder. They are a little bulky so I would not recommend for racing, but they are perfect for training rides or commuting where shifting isn't that critical. Overall they are a great addtional to my winter riding wardrobe.

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