Best deals on winter cycling gloves: Offers up to 50% on Altura, Castelli and Sportful

Grab a deal on the winter essential that no cyclist should be without

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It's safe to say that the winter weather is well and truly upon on us. For all but the most (fool)hardy, it means it's time to pull out the warm winter gloves to keep the elements at bay.

The best winter cycling gloves will balance warmth with dexterity – toasty though a set of ski mitts may be, we'd strongly advise against trying to ride a bike wearing a set. 

There will always be some degree of personal preference – hence the plethora of cycling gloves on offer. Some people will prefer a more direct handlebar feel for greatest control, others – with particularly cold hands – will want to double down on insulation and happily bear the sacrifice of a little isolation from the bars 

To dig into the detail all about our best-rated and reviewed gloves, you can visit our cycling gloves buying guide. But if you're looking for a bargain, we've complied a list here of all the pairs we truly recommend – and that currently have an excellent winter discount attached. 

Best Cyber Monday Winter Cycling Gloves Deals: US Quicklinks

Best Cyber Monday Winter Cycling Gloves Deals: UK Quicklinks

Best Cyber Monday Winter Cycling Gloves Deals: US

$55.99 at ProBikeKit

Sportful Giara Thermal Gloves: Were $75.49 now $55.99 at ProBikeKit

Sportful's Thermal Giara gloves are designed to be wind and water resistant, providing comfort down to 41°F (5°C). They feature a new design tailored to the demands of gravel riding, featuring tougher materials to shrug off snags and scrapes, as well as gel inserts to provide more cushion over bumpy terrain.

$31.49 at Wiggle

dhb Deep Winter FLT Glove: Were $45.00 now $31.49 at Wiggle 

Even at full price, dhb kit generally makes for pretty great value for money – making the discounts particularly good. These gloves are designed for the most miserable winter conditions, being both waterproof and windproof, as well as featuring hollow fill insulation and reflective detailing on the back of the palm.

$55.15 at Amazon

Gore C3 Infinium Gloves: Were $100.00 now $55.15 at Amazon

Save 45% The deal on these applies to the black and yellow and black and red gloves. As the name would suggest, these use a 3D pre-moulded construction with lots of stretch to provide the perfect fit, ensuring good dexterity and handlebar feel. They're relatively lightweight, at 55g, water-resistant and windproof. 

$23.09 at Wiggle

dhb Neoprene Cycling Gloves:  Were $33.00 now $23.09 at Wiggle

Save 30% Neoprene cycling gloves work by keeping moisture (from sweat) inside - they effectively work with your own body heat to create a small radiator - and of course, they keep water from the outside away. This style has been popular from other brands, and dhb's own version is cheaper at RRP - so with a further 27% off these are a great deal.

now $25.00 at Wiggle

Altura Nightvision 5 Waterproof Glove: Were $56.00 now $25.00 at Wiggle

Save 55% Waterproofing and windproofing are the name of the game with these gloves, as well as visibility - though the deal applies to the black and high viz yellow versions, both of which come with reflective details. The long cuff keeps cold breezes from getting to the rest of your body, and these have touchscreen compatibility built in. 

Best Cyber Monday Winter Cycling Gloves Deals: UK

£69.99 at Tredz

Giro 100 Proof Winter Gloves: Were £79.99 now £69.99 at Tredz

Save 13% 'Lobster' style gloves are recommended for riders who really struggle with cold hands. They keep your index to little fingers enclosed in one section, separating your thumb and forefinger so you still have the same control of the shifters and brakes. These use a High-Loft fabric from Polartec - who really are experts at deep winter material - with a deep-pile fleece lining inside. Cosy. 

£80.00 at Sigma Sports

Castelli Estremo Glove: Were £100 now £80.00 at Sigma Sports 

Save 21% Castelli itself calls this glove its 'warmest winter glove'. Considering the fame of some of its other pairs, that is a good omen. The inner is fleece lined, whilst the outer uses Windstopper fabric that promises wind and water resistance. Silicone detailing on the palm offers grip, whist the closure system features Neoprene to keep drips out. The suggested temperature range is -5-5°C, or 23-40°F.

£19.99 at Wiggle

Altura Nightvision 5 Waterproof Glove: Were £39.99 now £19.99 at Wiggle

Save 50% The remit of these gloves is to provide protection from wind and rain - the main body fabric is both wind and more importantly waterproof (not water resistant!). A long cuff with an elasticated section keeps chills from travelling up your arm. Touchscreen compatibility means you don't need to take them off to operate a cycling computer or smartphone. The discount applies to the black and high viz yellow gloves.

Not up your street? Check out: Altura Nightvision Insulated Waterproof gloves were £45.00 now £27.00 at Sigma Sports

£43.00 at Sigma Sports

Sportful Sottozero Glove: Were £70.00 now £43.00 at Sigma Sports

Save 39% A softshell construction with PrimaLoft fabric providing insulation, and a light fleece lining. The artificial leather palm offers silicone grip, and these promise water-resistance as well as touch screen compatibility.

£65.00 at Amazon

Castelli Perfetto RoS gloves: Were £75 now £65.00 at Amazon

Save £21. Obviously there's been come confusion at Amazon, as the retailer lists this as a 'football glove'. Now, all cyclists know that the Perfetto RoS (Rain or Shine) gloves are made for cycling. These are so good they won an Editor's Choice award in 2020. Gore-Tex Infinium fabric is used in the outer, it's windproof and water-resistant, whilst a fleece lining adds to insulation.

now £19.99 at Tredz

Altura Firestorm Long Finger Gloves: Were £39.99 now £19.99 at Tredz

Save 50% We've tested these gloves at Cycling Weekly recently, and they performed very well. They use a softshell fabric as the outer, and there's excellent visibility incorporated. The material is breathable, there's touchscreen compatibility and a reinforced thumb.

£40.49 at Amazon

Gore C3 Infinium Gloves: Were £60.00 now from £40.49 at Amazon

Save £19.51 There's a saving on the red and black and yellow and black pairs. These gloves are all about providing warmth with good dexterity, they use a 3D pre-moulded construction to aid fit, and are fairly lightweight, coming in at 55g - but they're still water-resistant and windproof. These are a good option if you want a little extra warmth, without too much bulk.

now from £26.99 at Tredz

Endura FS260-Pro Nemo: Were £29.99 now from £26.99 at Tredz

Save 10% Another set of gloves that has performed excellently when on test at Cycling Weekly. These are super stretchy and use a Neoprene outer to keep the rain away. The deep cuff will overlap your jersey/jacket sleeves to make sure the cold stays out, and touch screen compatibility is built in. 


Endura Strike Waterproof gloves: Were £39.99 now £35.99 at Tredz

Save 10% Endura has designed these to be an 'all-rounder', balancing low bulk with warmth and waterproofing. The outer is a stretch fabric with a DWR finish whilst the palm is durable synthetic leather. The cuff is extended, to go under or over jersey/jacket sleeves, with a Velcro fastener. 

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Michelle Arthurs-Brennan

Michelle Arthurs-Brennan is a traditional journalist by trade, having begun her career working for a local newspaper, where highlights included interviewing a very irate Freddie Star (and an even more irate theatre owner), as well as 'the one about the stolen chickens'.

Previous to joining the Cycling Weekly team, Michelle was Editor at Total Women's Cycling. She joined CW as an 'SEO Analyst', but couldn't keep her nose out of journalism and in the spreadsheets, eventually taking on the role of Tech Editor before her latest appointment as Digital Editor. 

Michelle is a road racer who also enjoys track riding and the occasional time trial, though dabbles in off-road riding too (either on a mountain bike, or a 'gravel bike'). She is passionate about supporting grassroots women's racing and founded the women's road race team 1904rt.

Michelle is on maternity leave from July 8 2022, until April 2023.