661 Comp mountain biking gloves for £10 a pair @ CRC - HotUKDeals
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I do a lot of pretty serious mountain biking and you don't often get a good pair of gloves for a tenner. I bought 3 pairs of these after my old 661 gloves started getting a bit frayed around the edges. I'm very impressed with them and have just ordered 3 more pairs.
OK they're last years model but they've got all colour and size options in stock.
Get em while they're cheap !
By the way, go with the reviews and get a size bigger than you normally would do as the sizes are a bit on the small side.

Protective TPR rubber, embossed Airprene and vented Spandura® mesh back for maximum protection and breathability.
Full cuff with Velcro® closure to seal out dirt.
Durable reinforced thumb and lightly padded palm areas.
Synthetic leather palm is machine washable.
Spandura® mesh fingers area keep the air flowing to keep you cool & dry.
Flexible Airprene & TR rubber protects knuckle area.
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#1
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1 Like #2
Really durable all round glove. Plenty of ventilation for the warmer days but they're also good in the cold. No good for rain or snow though! The cotton really soaks up the water and they get freezing! After 3 1/2 months mine are looking a bit worse for wear and some of the 661 logos that are painted on are peeling off but the actual glove is still fine. BUY THEM!
#3
Interesting. Do they have palm protection? Find that without this padding the longer enduro races take their toll on the hands if the going is rough...
#4
jazid
Interesting. Do they have palm protection? Find that without this padding the longer enduro races take their toll on the hands if the going is rough...


Doesn't look like it - hot vote from me, but I'd only buy a pair with more ulnar nerve/palm padding.
#5
thanks might try these. but not sure what they're for, maybe a tougher warm weather glove? (the rajis are down to £10 too)
#6
Thankyou! I have the previous years Raji model still going strong, the new Raji is also a tenner so I also picked some of them up. Totally right about them a little on the smaller size. Although they are a very good fit!
#7
cheers for that op
#8
I have a preference for Mechanix gloves myself, but for a tenner, these are a good bet. :)
#9
how warm are these mate, i only have a 20 min bike ride to work but my hands are still freezing cold.

i bought some gloves from play and a pair from aldi but they are both crap to be honest

Just noticed the other post saying no good for rain

Can anybody recommend some decent gloves for rain/ snow etc, below 20 quid if possible-
#10
Have some of these myself....good price
#11
i had two pairs of 661 and my missus one pair and they all fell apart from dodgy stitching i stay well clear from them now.

good price though
#12
danroyle
i had two pairs of 661 and my missus one pair and they all fell apart from dodgy stitching i stay well clear from them now.

good price though


Exactly

good price though
#13
Hot - for spares. Thanks.
#14
pughy2000;7495251
how warm are these mate, i only have a 20 min bike ride to work but my hands are still freezing cold.

i bought some gloves from play and a pair from aldi but they are both crap to be honest

Just noticed the other post saying no good for rain

Can anybody recommend some decent gloves for rain/ snow etc, below 20 quid if possible-


I bought a pair of SealSkinz waterproof 'riding' gloves off the bay for under £15 around a year ago. They are my bad \ cold weather commuting gloves. My journey is around 30 mins and even in zero degress I have found them ideal; hands dont get too hot and sweaty nor do they feel the cold. Not too bulky so have good control over gears \ brakes etc.

They normally retail around £30 but Ive seen some on flea bay for £18 delivered, search for "SealSkinz MTB Waterproof Winter Cycling Gloves" these look like proper cycling gloves with padded support as my riding gloves have leather palms but both have the same waterproof \breathable porelle fabric on the back of the hands.

I'm tempted in getting a 'hot spare' pair...
#15
try tromso 3 in 1 rrp £25/30 - can be got at TKMAXX for £15 or £10 + del at M&M
#16
Thank you.
#17
Hot deal!
#18
I bought a pair of these earlier this year and while they're excellent gloves I agree that buying the size up is imperative If you want a good fit! :) I use these at the moment as everyday gloves (for the snow) and they're not half bad.. good for crafting the perfect snowball too! I dont agree that they get cold when wet.. my body temperature seems to actually warm the glove up (like a wet suit) and stay warm. I paid £25 for mine, so at this price they're a steal!
#19
Thanks, grabbing in Large and in red - sold out of black in Large it looks like...
#20
Any ideas how I could size myself for these, since I've never bought biking gloves before?
#21
Yep as above. Can't find a sizing chart on the website for 661. Any ideas?
suspended#22
miguelantz
try tromso 3 in 1 rrp £25/30 - can be got at TKMAXX for £15 or £10 + del at M&M


searched cant find anybody provide a link
#23
Cheers OP, great price!
#24
just ordered a pair of the raji's
#25
"OK they're last year's model..." - oh no, the shame of being spotted in these - you'll get drummed out of the Lycra Club!

OK, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt - hot!
1 Like #26
Ridgy
Yep as above. Can't find a sizing chart on the website for 661. Any ideas?


Sounds silly but hope it helps:

bottom of my palm to the top of my middle finger is 19cm

width of palm not including thumb is 9cm

I usually fit into medium size gloves but a Large is a perfect fit for me in 661s, but could probably get away with XL for a loose fit
#27
nice need some new gloves :)
#28
ordered, thanks
1 Like #29
devils_advicate
Sounds silly but hope it helps:

bottom of my palm to the top of my middle finger is 19cm

width of palm not including thumb is 9cm

I usually fit into medium size gloves but a Large is a perfect fit for me in 661s, but could probably get away with XL for a loose fit


Cheers! Seems we're the same sort of size, so went with it! Repped.
#30
I bought some Altura Cresta winter gloves from Woolly Hat Shop for £9.99 a pair delivered (posted on HUKD) and they've been superb - I can thoroughly recommend them. They only had XXL though.
They're waterproof, toasty warm but a little bulky but I've coped fine with them on winter rides. I've been out in them when its been -7 and they've been great. My mates were all moaning their fingers were frozen :)
Theres a guy on Ebay selling them for £15 a pair delivered or if you shop around online you might get them for a bit less. Thoroughly recommended.
#31
I ordered a pair of these and realised that they were wrong. Sent an email to customer services (their link) asking for advise - nothing. Sent another stating that I wanted to cancel (order still being processes) - nothing. Received an email stating that order was complete so replied that I had tried to contact them and no reply. Guess what - nothing. You would be mad to deal with these people. I now have to wait till they are delivered and arrange return. I did select payment by paypal and can only imagine that that will be more hassle. Not the OPs problem but my first HotUKdeal to go wrong.
1 Like #32
Very strange. I've bought lots of kits form them and Wiggle and they've always been fine. Saying you'd be mad to deal with them after one transaction is therefore a little harsh. Returns always very quickly get refunded via Paypal - I usually pay this way too. Not sure why you didn't get a response but personally I might have phoned under your circumstances. Not an excuse for CRC by the way.
I reckon if you take a few minutes to phone CRC when they arrive and explain whats happened they'll probably refund return postage (which Wiggle are brilliant at when dealing with warranty by the way, often giving you back more than what it cost you to post the goods back)
#33
Cheers MisterFrostie :thumbsup:. Ordered an XL red pair as I generally wear large gloves. Have ordered from CRC before, other than sizing, fortunately haven't had any problems.

Charlie Brown
#34
misterfrostie
Very strange. I've bought lots of kits form them and Wiggle and they've always been fine. Saying you'd be mad to deal with them after one transaction is therefore a little harsh. Returns always very quickly get refunded via Paypal - I usually pay this way too. Not sure why you didn't get a response but personally I might have phoned under your circumstances. Not an excuse for CRC by the way.
I reckon if you take a few minutes to phone CRC when they arrive and explain whats happened they'll probably refund return postage (which Wiggle are brilliant at when dealing with warranty by the way, often giving you back more than what it cost you to post the goods back)


I would totally agree that my comments are harsh after just one problem. Its not just one however. I report a problem and get no answer , then I report that I have no answer to my reporting a problem and then I do the same again. And I am sure you wont be suprised to know that I still have no answer. If their customer services can be so detached from feedback then I wont use them again. I am also mindful of the fact that I made the mistake. Thanks for your comments, appreciated.
#35
Very happy with mine:

http://img49.yfrog.com/img49/2961/y8mc.jpg
#36
You look it :-D

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