When it's dark, cold and nasty, reach for Endura's weather-thwarting Luminite Gloves. They keep you warm and dry with seam-sealed internal waterproof and breathable membranes, wind-blocking stretch panels and neoprene cuffs. You also get gel padding in the palms, full-finger terry wipes, and high-vis reflective accents for enhanced visibility.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
|Black / X-Small||5055205367682||E0068BK/2|
|Black / Small||5055205367699||E0068BK/3|
|Black / Medium||5055205367705||E0068BK/4|
|Black / Large||5055205367712||E0068BK/5|
|Black / X-Large||5055205367729||E0068BK/6|
|Black / XX-Large||5055205367736||E0068BK/7|
|Hi-Viz / X-Small||5055205325385||E0068Y/2|
|Hi-Viz / Small||5055205325392||E0068Y/3|
|Hi-Viz / Medium||5055205325408||E0068Y/4|
|Hi-Viz / Large||5055205325415||E0068Y/5|
|Hi-Viz / X-Large||5055205325422||E0068Y/6|
|Hi-Viz / XX-Large||5055205325439||E0068Y/7|
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My Favorite winter glove. Works well and visable.
I have used these gloves for my 30 minute commute in the early spring. I would say the lower limit for this glove is 2 Celsius. They are very comfortable with a soft lining, they feel great when you slide them on. I would not use these over 10 degrees or your hands will sweat. I can't comment on how waterproof they are.
In a good rain (1/2 in per hour) the gloves will be soaked through in about 10 min. They take a while to dry out. That being said, they are still my commute go to gloves whenever the temp is above 60. They breath well and are very comfortable.