Endura Strike Glove all sizes XS-XXL MTB road cycle commute winter gloves waterproof (?) now £14.99 on evans cycles C&C - HotUKDeals
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Endura Strike Glove all sizes XS-XXL MTB road cycle commute winter gloves waterproof (?) now £14.99 on evans cycles C&C

£14.99 @ Evans Cycles
meant to be a good winter glove all the reviews have a debate on waterproof or not, v2 version are out, hence i guess evans bought in bulk, still £29 on CRB deliver to store by C&C usually arive ne…
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5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
meant to be a good winter glove all the reviews have a debate on waterproof or not, v2 version are out, hence i guess evans bought in bulk, still £29 on CRB

deliver to store by C&C usually arive next day, midday
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I've had some of these for about 4 years. Just starting to fall apart so I'll probably get another pair. Good value at this price. Maybe it's cos I'm getting old and my circulation isn't as good as it used to be, but I found these weren't keeping the cold out through the coldest winter months, anything below about 5°C, and they weren't totally waterproof in proper downpours. Very comfortable though, and plenty flexible enough for braking and changing gear. Thanks whatyadoinsucka :)
#2
SoulSonic
I've had some of these for about 4 years. Just starting to fall apart so I'll probably get another pair. Good value at this price. Maybe it's cos I'm getting old and my circulation isn't as good as it used to be, but I found these weren't keeping the cold out through the coldest winter months, anything below about 5°C, and they weren't totally waterproof in proper downpours. Very comfortable though, and plenty flexible enough for braking and changing gear. Thanks whatyadoinsucka :)
Do you have to be careful when taking your fingers out of the gloves , I have a pair of gloves which do my head in as the inner liner comes out and then will never go back in the right finger slot
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whatyadoinsucka
SoulSonic
I've had some of these for about 4 years. Just starting to fall apart so I'll probably get another pair. Good value at this price. Maybe it's cos I'm getting old and my circulation isn't as good as it used to be, but I found these weren't keeping the cold out through the coldest winter months, anything below about 5°C, and they weren't totally waterproof in proper downpours. Very comfortable though, and plenty flexible enough for braking and changing gear. Thanks whatyadoinsucka :)
Do you have to be careful when taking your fingers out of the gloves , I have a pair of gloves which do my head in as the inner liner comes out and then will never go back in the right finger slot
No, I never had any problems with the inner lining coming out
1 Like #4
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.

£4.99 - black or hi-viz - here's the link:

https://www.aldi.co.uk/black-winter-cycling-gloves/p/070970059935600



Edited By: Besford on Oct 03, 2016 10:59: added
#5
Besford
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.

I 100% agree, I almost fell off my saddle (LOL, sorry had to go 'there') when I read the price for these, £14.99!!!.
#6
I recommend Decathlon for Winter gloves. Especially good value in the sales.
1 Like #7
Besford
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.

£4.99 - black or hi-viz - here's the link:

https://www.aldi.co.uk/black-winter-cycling-gloves/p/070970059935600




Those cheap gloves are a false economy. Nothing more maddening than trying to get your fingers back into a pair where the liner has come away. I'm speaking from experience. I bought a pair from Aldi last year ; now consigned to the bin.

Edited By: dai bonehead on Oct 03, 2016 12:30: Typo and additional info.
1 Like #8
Endurance do make some good quality products, heat added
#9
Got one thanks!
#10
dai bonehead
Besford
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.

£4.99 - black or hi-viz - here's the link:

https://www.aldi.co.uk/black-winter-cycling-gloves/p/070970059935600



Those cheap gloves are a false economy. Nothing more maddening than trying to get your fingers back into a pair where the longer had come away.

Had 2 short gloves from aldi I agree false economy didnt last at all. Stitching came off very cheaply made. However their padded shorts are decent enough mind you stitching also rubbish but held out longer.
#11
Has anyone tried Evans FWE range clothing?
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craigfoley
Besford
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.
I 100% agree, I almost fell off my saddle (LOL, sorry had to go 'there') when I read the price for these, £14.99!!!.

As it turns out you do get what you pay for. £15 is perfectly reasonable for a warm pair of gloves. ALDI gloves are tat compared to Endura, a quality brand with good value products. My Enduras are nearly three years old and are going strong despite taking the brunt of multiple off-road crashes.
#13
These aren't winter gloves, late autumn, mild winters day maybe, but when it get 5c or below I use motorcycle gloves; waterproof and warm but still flexible.
#14
dai bonehead
Besford
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.
£4.99 - black or hi-viz - here's the link:https://www.aldi.co.uk/black-winter-cycling-gloves/p/070970059935600
Those cheap gloves are a false economy. Nothing more maddening than trying to get your fingers back into a pair where the liner has come away. I'm speaking from experience. I bought a pair from Aldi last year ; now consigned to the bin.
Ye I bought the Aldi ones and the inner lining was so annoying.
#15
i managed to bag some gore gloves for £13.90 on amazon, so will hold off on these.
3 Likes #16
whatyadoinsucka
i managed to bag some gore gloves for £13.90 on amazon, so will hold off on these.

Thank GOD you were here. X)
#17
Which one is better this pair of gloves or altura night vision ones?
#18
Just bought an excellent pair of thick, lined, gloves for £4.99 in Aldi.
#19
Have a pair of these. They've lasted 5-6 years.
They're water resistant but not water proof. The lining inside does come away when you have wet hands, but I've had no issues shoving them back where they belong.
#20
dai bonehead
Besford
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.
£4.99 - black or hi-viz - here's the link:https://www.aldi.co.uk/black-winter-cycling-gloves/p/070970059935600
Those cheap gloves are a false economy. Nothing more maddening than trying to get your fingers back into a pair where the liner has come away. I'm speaking from experience. I bought a pair from Aldi last year ; now consigned to the bin.

Agree! Mine lasted 2 commutes before ending up in the bin!
#21
tawse57
Just bought an excellent pair of thick, lined, gloves for £4.99 in Aldi.

Good luck with that!
#22
I've also had the fiver aldi gloves and they make your hands sweat and are then difficult to take off and put back on again. A fale economy.
#23
the extra £10 just looking at the photos compared to the Aldi ones seems a bargain

Aldi. Pftt

I once tried on a cycling jersey in Aldi,, There was a loose thread which I pulled and no lie... the whole sleeve seem came apart

People can say what they want but the Aldi stuff is cheap..and cheap doesnt mean quality

Edited By: dodgymix on Oct 03, 2016 15:41
#24
Although something from a quality brand / specialist shop with 200 reviews and 94% of reviews "would recommend" for £14.99 is better than £4.99 cheap tat from a super market
1 Like #25
speric07
tawse57
Just bought an excellent pair of thick, lined, gloves for £4.99 in Aldi.
Good luck with that!


The last pair I bought 10 years ago finally developed a hole in a finger this summer despite cycling daily. I don't need a brand name on my gloves.
#26
craigfoley
Besford
Some very good winter cycling gloves at Aldi at the moment - cheaper too.

I 100% agree, I almost fell off my saddle (LOL, sorry had to go 'there') when I read the price for these, £14.99!!!.


Guest you don't understand any bikes pricing above £100 either, do you?
#27
krokkodillo
Which one is better this pair of gloves or altura night vision ones?


Depends if you're going to wear them on your hands or over your eyes
#28
I agree with the Aldi comments. Everything I've had from them (cycle related) hasn't lasted at all. Clothing sizes are pretty rubbish too.
#29
My aldi gloves and winter trousers have lasted a couple Aberdeen winters, sure they're not as good as the gore equivalents I have now (agreed re liner pulling out but have had that with others too) but definitely have been good value to thrash on mucky winter commutes.
#30
gbmcginty
whatyadoinsucka
i managed to bag some gore gloves for £13.90 on amazon, so will hold off on these.
Thank GOD you were here. X)
haha. as the Op you can just thank me for posting such a great deal, no need to thank god , although dont sue me for falling off a saddle laughing at such an extortionate price like the others.

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