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Posted 19 December 2022

dhb Extreme Winter Cycling Gloves £16.49 delivered at Chain Reaction Cycles

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About this deal

I purchased these with the £8 over shoes deal (see my other post) and this meant postage was free. It was £21.50 and postage was free.

dhb Extreme Winter Gloves

The dhb Extreme Winter Gloves, as the name suggests, are for for those coldest and wettest of riding days. Hollow fill insulation and a fleece lining combined with a waterproof and windproof membrane makes for the ultimate glove when winter really hits.

The hollow fill insulation traps air creating a cosy and warm barrier against the cold, while the fleece inner is super soft adding further to your warmth and comfort. The fleece and the waterproof membrane are also highly breathable, a vital feature so you don't get cold clammy hands from moisture build up. With a padded palm and silicone grippers you'll always remain in control, no matter how bad the conditions get.

Features:Materials: 53% Polyester, 40% Nylon, 4% Rubber, 2% Elastane(Spandex), 1% LycraWaterproof and windproof glove with insulation for cold and wet conditionsHollow fill insulation to retain warmthInternal waterproof breathable membraneComfortable brushed fleece liningHook and loop closure at wrist for secure fitArticulated fingersFoam padding on palmSilicone gripper on index and middle finger for shifting and brake lever controlMicrofiber nose wipeReflective dhb logos

Buy dhb Clothing from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.


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Specs
  • Colour: Black
  • Clothing Size: XXL, L, XL, S, M, XS
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Age Group: Adult

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    This will make me sound like a nerd, but there's an EU standard for how well gloves handle cold weather - the EN 511 standard. If these gloves claim to be handle "extreme winter" I would be looking at an EN 511 rating of at least 221, but ideally 331 (e.g. the Ejendals Tegera 595). These DHB gloves seem to have no rating. But for £16.49, maybe that doesn't matter. (edited)
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    If I'm not mistaken EN 511 falls under the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Regulation. So recreational clothes and accessory manufacturers and retailers don't have to do anything. PPE gloves used during trade work are required to match this certification.
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    Review
    Pros: Reasonably priced
    Cons: Not very breathable, poor dexterity, uneven padding
    bikeradar.com/rev…ew/
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    I've got reynauds, so my hands get freezing, if any of you have advice /opinions on which gloves are best for fingers I'd be grateful!
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    Ejendals Tegera 595 will see you right
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    I can confirm these aren't particularly breathable. Still great for the price, but expect uncomfortably sweaty hands on longer rides.
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    £13-50 at Wiggle. Reviews are not too good so I am passing on them unfortunately.
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    Wiggle is owned by Chain Reaction or vice versa, that's why.
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    Bit late. It's 15° now!!
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    January is coming!
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    Ordered these and the overshoes. £21 ish and free delivery.

    I had a pair of medium weight DHB gloves previously and they lasted a long time...
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    I had some of these a few years ago.....not very warm. Merino glove liners are the way to go, coupled with the silly lobster claw gloves that Planet X sell.
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    For winter cycling, I gave up on finding good gloves and instead decided to get handlebar mitts. Since I got them, I don't use anything but my summer gloves and my hands are toasty. They proved their worth on my ride from London to Edinburgh and also proved useful in this month's snowy period.

    But don't expect to meet any aesthetic standards you have.


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    Just what I needed for my 15min daily commute. Great price, thanks op
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    I use Richa Arctic gloves currently. They are the only gloves that worked on my motorbike for me, but I suffer extremely badly....
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    i was walking to the train station the other day like the day after it snowed and some dude was on his bike just leaving his house. bear in mind by now the ground had been compacted so that it was basically either ice and black ice underfoot wherever you went. i was walking with boots and it was like an ice rink. and this dude was just starting his journey.

    some of y'all cyclists are craaaaazy
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    I used the Lobster gloves last week in the - deg weather and they were fantastic. I've tried ski gloves before but hands were like ice cubes.

    Does anyone have a good recommendation for ~ +5deg cycling (early spring commutes)?
    My 10y old dhb gloves arent cutting the mustard.

    Thanks
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    I use the Planet X Carnac Ultimate gloves for those conditions, my hands are sensitive to the cold and not had any issues 5-10deg planetx.co.uk/i/q…ves
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    Just received them...
    The label attached does not describe them as "extreme winter" gloves, just windproof.
    Measured palm size before ordering and these are still a very tight fit.
    They don't exactly match the picture on the site which is strange
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    They definitely sent me a different pair. Wrong SKU number, different description on label and they look similar but not identical to the ones I ordered.
    Just spent half an hour on chat while they tried to convince me they just had the wrong sticker on them.
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