Neprene gloves giving good wet-weather protection for your hands, but a design oddity means chilly wrists.
Nicely shaped comfortable but lack breathability and dry out very slowly
Effective, comfortable fleecy Windstopper gloves for intermediate autumn/winter temperatures.
Warm enough for spring and autumn riding with useful protective padding
Surprisingly grippy gloves for spring and autumn with the added advantage of being compatible with touchscreens.
Good gloves for riding in the rain but the seams are irritating.
Comfortable and grippy gloves for keeping the chills off in autumn and spring.
Simple, hardwearing gloves with good grip, for autumn, spring, and even winter.
Surprisingly competent gloves but the electronics preclude machine washing and I'm not completely sold on the concept.
Cheerful winter/training gloves but weather resistant as distinct from waterproof.
Great cold weather glove but not totally waterproof and quality control was poor on our samples
The business for super-cold paws, but reduced sensitivity can make them difficult to use with road bike controls
Very good gloves and for this money excellent, comfortable, flexible gloves that give good freedom of movement
Versatile, good quality, well-designed gloves for those whose hands are always too cold or too warm
Good for a short blast, with weather resistance and feel. Dexterity blighted by elasticated fingers
Very good thin and flexible glove with windproof fabric for a range of conditions
Very warm and very well made winter gloves
Ideal for cooler road rides where maintaining comfort is crucial, no matter the weather. Not bad value either
Well-made mid-weight gloves that offer a good level of warmth without sacrificing too much lever feel
Superb gloves for most types of winter road riding but could do with more reflectives