Exactly what the doctor ordered! I needed gloves like this for what I'll deem "mid-cool weather".
In other words temperatures in the high 30's to high 40's. Based on the description these seemed to be right, and they are!
The gloves arrived in only a few days within placing my on line order, and fit perfectly. They are very comfortable, very functional, and grip very well. I highly recommend them.
I ordered these gloves because of the windproof quality, got to use them recently (along with Aerotech Fleece lined tights) and absolutely love them! The gloves are more comfortable than a pair of Pearl Izumi gloves I bought a couple years ago, the padding in the palm being one reason for comfort while riding.
Gloves fit well and fit my needs well
Very happy with these gloves for fit, comfort and warmth. I have been using them for predawn rides with temps down into the high 30's and have keep toasty warm with zero moisture build up. Thanks for helping to get through these short winter days.
Nice and warm against a head wind, really good purchase, if your thinking about it don't they are worth it.
Just a nice all around insulated glove
Got these in an XS for my son. He loves them. They are a little large but not by much. He says they are warm even when riding in a cold rain.
My first pair of gloves were light weight, pretty comfortable but inexpensive. They had started to tear and I needed a replacement. These 3X fit comfortably even had palm gel pads. Got them for a good price on sale, for those temps between 45-55. Not a wind blocker though, happy with purchase.
Not particularly warm (thermal??) gloves, but good to around mid 30's.
Best I've found thus far, however fingers still become cold after extended ride in freezing weather.
Love these gloves for all winter activities, including cycling, walking and dog walking. Fingers stay warm which is not true with other gloves. Thank you Aero Tech!!!
I ordered these after some cold rides left my finger tips hurting. These gloves keep my hands warm while riding. I'd even wear these as winter gloves if I still lived in the midwest. My only complaint is that I have issues with cyclist palsy on long rides. That means I get numbness in my fingers. Gloves with well placed gels help (but do not completely prevent) the issue. So I wear these gloves only when the temps are below 45 degrees. If it is a morning ride, I bring my normal gloves with me and plan to switch after an hour or so. If it is a night ride, I start with normal gloves and only switch to these if my fingers start hurting,
My wife has no issues wearing these gloves. We did a metric century ride this past weekend and she wore them until the weather warmed up enough to not need full finger gloves.