Equipe Exo Waterproof Glove Black
Winter glove with seam-sealed internal waterproof & breathable membraneID: EQ0072BK/4
- Stretch softshell back hand fabric
- Seam-sealed internal breathable waterproof membrane
- Pull-on elasticated cuff
- Designed to be worn under a jacket - preventing water ingress
- Microfibre palm/thumb with Pittards Leather overlays
- Silicone grip prints on fingertips
- Brushed Microfibre and Terry sweat wipes
- Reflective stripe
Product code: EQ0072BK/4 | pdp.size.options: | Made in China
RoadBIKE (DE) - Equipe Exo Waterproof Glove Review
"Bei Kälteschutz, Passform und Griffgefühl überzeugen die Exo Waterproof Gloves von Endura. Sehr Gut."
Cycling Plus - Equipe Exo Waterproof Review
"These are warm and impressively waterproof... The quality is second to none, with well-placed silicone grippers on the fingers and real leather overlays for grip and reinforcement."
The Washing Machine Post Online Review
"Endura have got it darned right; there is soft and fluffy snot wipe material on the back of both the thumb and forefinger, and the cuffs are ideally close-fitting to keep any wayward elements from taking a look inside. like most items geared towards winter riding, there are strategically placed reflective strips to inform approaching headlamps of your speedy existence...the pliable, softshell outer contains an insulating waterproof membrane that allows the outer layer to face the elements while those dry, toasty hands inside think all their christmases have come at once...these are a very good choice."
220 Triathlon - Exo Waterproof Glove - Best on Test award
"...Extremely comfortable lining for both cold and very wet days.They're not too bulky either - and still give a good level of feel on the bars and controls. The anti-slip patches on the fingers are excellent; you don't find your hands slipping off the brake levers when on the drops. The velcro-less cuff worked well, too... For such a slim glove, we were really impressed with how they performed when the temperature dropped; you could definitely ride in these when you're starting to see single digits on the thermometer."