dhb Waterproof gloves review

Great value with just enough detailing to offer decent protection against cool temperatures and persistent showers

dhb waterproof gloves
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Cycling Weekly Verdict

The dhb waterproof gloves are very much defined by their price. At £30 they represent great value; a reliable winter glove that’s perfectly comfortable and one that will keep your hands warm and dry in all but the heaviest of downpours. They tick most of the boxes beyond this too, with good reflective detailing and a generous microfibre thumb to help wipe that ubiquitous winter runny nose. But due to their relatively low cost they do lack a bit of additional luxury that you get at a higher price point, which is most noticeable in the basic cuff arrangement.

Reasons to buy
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    Great value for money

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    Comfortable in low single digit temperatures

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    Water resistant

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    Lightweight - 48g per glove for a medium

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    Decent reflective detailing

Reasons to avoid
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    Cuff lacks length and refinement

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As Wiggle's in-house clothing brand dhb has made a name for itself by offering reliable cycling clothing at a competitive price point. The dhb waterproof gloves are considerably cheaper than many of the best winter cycling gloves on the market that claim to do the same thing that they do: that is keep your hands warm and dry.

They come in one colour, black, and are offered in a full range of adult sizes from XS-XXL.

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