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Aero Tech Windproof Cycling and Running Glove - RED

Aero Tech Windproof Cycling and Running Glove - RED

Item #:WG002
Brand:Aero Tech Designs
Availability:In Stock Usually ships the next business day
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Aero Tech Windproof Cycling Gloves

Waterproof and windproof for extreme weather conditions, the Windproof fabric is three layers.

Fabric: 1) first layer is polyester stretch fleece 2) the next layer is waterproof breathable membrane and 3) the surface is a rugged nylon with a DDR water repellant finish.

* The hollow core fleece interior insulates for warmth
* Ideal for cold weather rides and cyclocross.
* Machine Washable
* Secure Velcro Wrist Closure
* Insulated with Polyester fleece
* Water resistant Fabric on surface
* Multi point grips with non slip textures
* pistol finger grip and reinforcement
* Flexible stretchy fingers with laminated Stop zone


Aero Tech Men's Glove Size cycle gloves
Size XS Small Medium Large XL 2XL 3XL
Palm Circumference (inches) 7 8 9 10 11 12 13


18 Reviews
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83% Recommend this product (15 of 18 responses)
By stanley b hatfield
December 7, 2017
good gloves.wore them first time we had some fairly cold temps.hands stayed warm,but did not get sweaty or clammy feeling.temperature was in the low 40's.
By Dan
Daegu, South Korea
October 27, 2017
Excellent fit and feel!
Glad to have these gloves before it gets cold... I'm ready for what this winter will bring... Look forward to several years of cycling use during the colder months... they appear to be of good quality and first impressions usually prevail... thanks for getting them delivered before I need them... now I'm ready for the cold months...
ProsLight weight, yet good quality and protection...
ConsNothing to report a.t.t.
Best UsesCold weather rides!
By Kris
Burlington, NJ
January 13, 2017
Not as wind proof as I'd hoped :(
I'd bought a pair of these gloves as part of obtaining winter gear. It was 29 the first day I opted to use them and couldn't make it a mile before I returned home and picked up my regular winter gloves. They did breathe and my finger tips were frozen. That said, now using them for rides of warmer temps with no issue.
ProsGood grip, solid build
ConsNot as wind proof or winterized as one might need.
By Easy E
Washington, D.C.
December 20, 2016
Good at least down to 20 degrees
I measured my hand in accordance with Aerotech's instructions and got a glove that fits perfectly. You might even say this glove fits "like a glove." Extra points to Aerotech for measuring guidelines and correspondingly accurate fit. I have only used them twice so far, but my initial impression was "this is exactly what I was looking for." I ride a drop bar road bike and sometimes find it surprising how minimal my hand coverage needs to be to stay warm. I could "feel" the chill of the 20 degree air on both mornings that I rode with these, but my hands remained warm for the entire 23-mile ride. I imagine these would be good down to 10 degrees without any problem, maybe even further. For winter-wearing, I quite like that the wrist strap comes back a bit further, so I can easily pull my elastic jacket sleeve over it. The grippiness is sufficient. It's an improvement over the previous glove I had been using. Who knows how durable these will ultimately be, but the construction seems solid. Lastly, the red gloves are a true cherry red, if that is important to you. It's the kind of red I would expect if someone called it "red"; none of that orange-ish red b.s. I stumble across from time to time.
ProsFit. Comfort. Warmth.
By Greg
Kansas City, MO
December 19, 2016
Great gloves
Windproof is great. I have used them on rides down to mid 30's. My fingers were never cold. Padding was just enough. I bought the XL but if I were to do it again I would get L. I Like the longer cuffs.
ProsVery warm. Windproof is great. Padding is not too bulky.
By Paul W.
Brunswick, Maine
October 29, 2016
A good glove at a nice price
These are good gloves. They do well in the rain to keep body heat in and water out. The velcro section is wide, so you don't have to worry about it coming apart. The outer fabric is soft, so you can wipe your nose on the entire surface (not just a small terry section). I hit mine with Dry Guy waterproof spray every couple weeks and the gloves can take about 2 hours in a light rain before its time to swap to a dry pair.
ProsStrong velcro Soft surface Light Inexpensive Good-looking
ConsThe seem a tiny bit small for a glove marked XL.
Best UsesLight rain, under 2 hours. Above 40 degrees farenheit. (My core temp runs low).
By Eric
April 1, 2016
Warm, but bulky
I certainly like the warmth, but the gloves are a bit bulky and the velcro closures are too wide for my liking.
By jack
January 21, 2016
Awesome gloves
I use these gloves for cycling, they're good for temp. from 40-60 deg f
Prosgel padding
Best Usescycling
By Jeff
Kinmundy Illinois
January 20, 2016
Great Cold Weather Glove
Living in the Midwest riding year round can be a challenge, but this glove has made it easier. I have used it in temperatures just below freezing and stayed comfortable the entire ride. The cuff of the glove is long which keeps the cold air off your wrist.
By Kelly
January 20, 2016
Warm and fit nicely with adequate grip
Though I ride in Florida we can have some cold mornings. As a rather serious road cyclist I need a glove that grips well for shifting and riding safely in a paceline AND that keeps me warm. In the low 40 degrees with wind chill into the 30s these keep me warm. I also like the large velcro wrist wraps that can be snugged tight to keep the wind out. All in all I am very pleased with this product. I have worn and washed them a few times and they seem to hold up well, so far. Finally I like the red color and reasonable price.
By cykler
Chicago suburb
November 8, 2015
Great value for the money
I cannot tell a lie: I ordered these to push my purchase over $100, and because I had lost one of the $50 gloves that I purchased a year or two ago. These are way better, Better coverage (long length over jacket), much better price, and warmth is OK down to about 40-45F. After that I break out the LL Bean cold-weather gloves with slots for chemical hand warmers. FWIW, I live in a Chicago suburb and ride in temperatures down to about 20F. I really like them, and they're a deal for this price.
ProsKiller deal for the money. I did have a $10 pair (now a single) from Costco that I liked, but these are longer, have a closed wrist and grips on the palm and first 2 fingers.
ConsI really have no complaints.
Best UsesFall and night riding. I think the backs of the hands have reflective strips too, but my bike is so well lighted that I never really paid attention.
By Bob sebena
kenosha wis
August 17, 2015
no not good for cold
I purchased these gloves and they are not good for Wisconsin weather. I will be looking for something better here because I have had good experience with other products
By JayBond
February 24, 2015
Functional and comfortable
very comfortable and protects against the wind and cold
By Geo
Long Island
February 24, 2015
As Advertised
Well made and very comfortable
By Biker Lineman
Denver, CO
February 24, 2015
American made!
Very comfortable. Not warm enough for winter riding.
By Stephen
Pueblo CO
February 20, 2015
Good hands
Gloves fit tight which works for cool weather. I prefer a slightly looser fit so that I can wear a lycra type liner for colder conditions or X-C skiing. Will probably buy a size larger to allow for the liner option. Used size chart measured just under 9" but 9" size fits tight will order the 10" size next time.
By Stephen
Pueblo CO
February 20, 2015
Good hands
Gloves fit tight, which works for cool weather. I prefer a slightly looser fit so that I can wear a lycra type liner for colder conditions or X-C skiing. Will probably buy a size larger to allow for the liner option. Used size chart, measured just under 9", but 9" size fits tight, will order the 10" size next time.
By Cold Rider
Patchogue L.I.
January 17, 2014
Not for below 32 Degrees
When riding below 32 degrees the fingers get cold and start to get numb. Need to come up with a glove that can be used at below 32 Went today and it was 26 and had to change to my ski gloves to keep my fingers warm. I ride at temps to 25 and no wind. Product does need improvement for cold weather riding.