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The Mavic Vision Thermo gloves are designed to keep you safer and more comfortable on cold, dark rides.

£50.00
Score 8

We get to grips with Giro's premium cold/wet glove and find out if it really is the ultimate foul-weather accessory.

£29.99
Score 8

We've tested the Cadence Digits, a mid weight-full-fingered glove perfect for early-spring temperatures.

£29.00
Score 8

Bontrager’s Classique range packages modern features into clothing with a retro look and finishing details. It stretches to all the cycling essentials: jerseys, bibshorts, caps, shoes, socks, full-finger gloves and…

£49.99
Score 8

Mavic Cosmic Pro gloves are designed for hot summer riding. At just 30g and with no padding they're a minimalist option. We've taken a look at how they perform.

£30.00
Score 8

The Pearl Izumi Pro Aero gloves is the final piece that will complete your Pearl Izumi kit, which features an aero jersey (the Pro LTD Speed jersey) and a bib…

£29.99
Score 8

dhb Aeron gloves

The dhb Aeron gloves may come with thick gel padding, but unfortunately it compresses quickly, although everything else about these gloves is rather good.

£25.00
Score 6

endura hyperon gloves

The Endura Hyperon gloves tick all the boxes you'd want from a pair of summer cycling gloves, being well ventilated and giving excellent grip on the bars.

£22.99
Score 9

specialized sport gloves

The Specialized Sport gloves are the entry point to Specialized's Body Geometry range of gloves, but still have all the features of their pricier brethren.

£20.00
Score 8

altura sportive gloves

As their name suggests, the Altura Sportive gloves are great for all-day riding, the full gel padding to protect and pamper your hands on longer rides.

£22.99
Score 8

Etxeondo's Esku windstopper gloves are fairly straightforward: they keep out the cold but are not adjustable or padded

£45.00
Score 7

In the cold winter months it is important to keep your hands warm. The Rapha Deep Winter Gloves are designed to protect your hands in extreme weather

£110.00
Score 8

When the weather is at its worst you want a good quality pair of winter gloves. There’s a lot to like about the Nemos- for the price they are hard…

£27.99
Score 9

sportful fiandre gloves 2

The Sportful Fiandre gloves are high-quality gloves with an equally high pricetag. They'll keep your hands lovely and warm in winter, but aren't waterproof.

£70.00
Score 7

castelli illumina gloves

The Castelli Illumina gloves are made from Castelli’s Stratos Light upper fabric, with these women’s specific middle-weight gloves covering a temperature range of between 12-18 degrees. A rather wet and…

£50.00
Score 9

Sealskinz has a reputation for producing high-end cold weather cycling apparel and the Sealskinz Performance Thermal gloves look to continue in this vein. >>> The best winter cycling gloves (video)…

£55.00
Score 7

Specialized Element 2.0 gloves

The Specialized Element 2.0 gloves might not be the top priority for the American cycling giant, but it’s still managed to do a great job producing a superb pair of…

£45.00
Score 9

The GripGrab Polaris gloves are polished performers with a well thought-out design. There’s 4mm of insulation, which is warm but without so much bulk that you lose bar feel. >>>…

£60.00
Score 9

When a pair of gloves cost £35 you have high expectations. This offering from Specialized certainly didn’t disappoint. >>> Buyer’s guide to leg warmers and knee warmers  Just by looking at…

£35.00
Score 9

Of all the long finger gloves on the market that are aimed at chilly but not freezing days, the DeFeet E-Touch Dura gloves are probably the simplest, and also the…

£17.99
Score 9

According to BBB “ceramic powder nano particles incorporated into the fabric of these gloves reflect Far InfraRed (FIR) rays emitted by the body. This improves metabolism and increases blood flow.”…

£9.95
Score 10

GripGrab Hurricane Gloves: possibly the comfiest gloves on the market, as long as you don't wear them in a monsoon or sub-zero you can't go far wrong

£39.95
Score 9