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The Pearl Izumi Elite Softshell gloves are a feature-packed piece of kit that will keep your fingers warm as the mercury drops. The gloves feature a similar Softshell fabric as…

£49.99
Score 9

The Mavic Inferno Extreme Winter gloves are the top of the range from the French company and designed to be worn in sub-zero temperatures, potentially the coldest road cycling conditions. They feature a…

£62.50
Score 9

These gloves feature Gore’s Windstopper textile. This immediately sets them apart from competing products that don’t feature this excellent fabric. The Gore Windstopper is true to its name, but is…

£40.00
Score 8

Pedal Ed is a Japanese brand started back in 2007 by Hideto Suzuki. Like many trendy cycling brands out there, its story sounds quite familier. Frustrated by the lack of…

£215.00
Score 8

Overall these are decent pair of overshoes that fit well and look great when combined with other Mavic kit. They have some good features and very well made, but they…

£48.00
Score 7

Yanto Barker has been a busy man this winter. Alongside setting up the new One Pro Cycling team, he’s been helping to design the new Le Col Sport Winter Jacket,…

£170.00
Score 8

You can expect to see more of this jacket in the coming year as the team formally known as Rapha Condor JLT adopt Mavic as their clothing sponsor for 2015.…

£155.00
Score 9

Warm, durable overshoes that perform well... once you’ve accepted that they’re not really waterproof

£35.00
Score 8

Great for winter training, but without the warmth you'd need for anything close to freezing

£125.00
Score 7

A quality base layer can significantly enhance cold weather riding comfort. In order to do this it needs to tread the fine line between keeping you warm, whilst preventing you from overheating…

£45.00
Score 8

The Giro Foray is new for this year and seeks to provide style, performance and protection… for under £50. Our sample was a size medium in blue and black, but…

£49.99
Score 9

The Specialized Shoe Cover is a simple product that does what you’d expect for a £15 pair of oversocks. They’re not quite your average shoe covers, though. The polypropylene material…

£15.00
Score 8

Working with top racers such as Jeremy Powers, Lake deduced that being light and stiff should be the key priorities of a performance cyclocross shoe. They’ve achieved this by reducing…

£269.99
Score 8

As a rule, kit from Madison punches above its price point, so we had high hopes for the stylish Madison Element  gloves. They definitely look the part in sleek, slim-fit…

£19.99
Score 6

Endura’s Masai glasses, which boast light reactive – or ‘photochromic’ lenses – should be just the ticket for the conditions most of us are experiencing at the moment. With the…

£79.99
Score 6

British company Chapeau! look to provide a quality pair of winter bib-tights that are water and wind resistant.

£160.00
Score 6

Call us short snobs, but we’d usually think twice about buying a pair of bibshorts for 40 quid. But that was before the arrival of the superb new Caratti Sport…

£40.00
Score 9

Choosing exactly how to shield your feet from the elements in winter is not always a black-and-white decision. Most of the time, admittedly, wearing your usual road shoes with no…

£19.95
Score 8

There’s nothing worse than heading out for a long ride in cold weather, only to lose feeling in your toes by the time you reach the end of the street.…

£30.00
Score 10

The Caratti Thermal Base Layer provides good foundation protection at a very competitive choice, but could be offered in more sizes.

£20.00
Score 7

The Caratti arm-warmers are a good piece of kit which offer great thermal protection at exceptional value, but are let down by ineffective silicon grippers.

£20.00
Score 7

The GripGrab Aviator Cap is a good under-helmet thermal layer, great for winter training

£29.95
Score 8