FREE SHIPPING With $50 minimum purchase.
      Novara Headwind Bike Gloves - Women's

      Novara Headwind Bike Gloves - Women's

      This product is no longer available, but don't go just yet.

      Shop similar products
      • details
      • specs
      • reviews
      • q & a
      • Polyester laminate fabric blocks wind and repels water; microfleece lining and stretch cuffs retain valuable heat
      • Padding in synthetic leather palms cushions and protects hands from the vibrations of rough roads; reinforced thumb and forefinger panels enhance durability
      • Fleece thumbs mop up brow moisture
      • Reflective detailing increases your visibility in low light

      Imported.

      Novara Headwind Bike Gloves - Women's

      Specification Description
      Best use Cycling
      Lining fabric None
      Palm padding Foam
      Waterproof No
      Insulated No
      Fingerless No
      Gender Women's
      Shell fabric 57% polyester/37% synthetic leather/4% spandex/2% polyurethane

      Novara Headwind Bike Gloves - Women's

      Loading Ratings & Reviews...

      Rated 1out of5
      by fromNot worth the money I bike commute about 20 miles a day. I was looking forward to having a pair of sleek, wind blocking gloves. But my hands consistently freeze in these gloves, even in 40+ degree weather. But if I wear them when the temperature gets over 50 degrees, my hands sweat. I found a pair of $5 fleece mittens on sale at my pharmacy that do a much better job.
      Date published: 2011-04-18
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromThese gloves run small... I have small hands--ordered a M, and I can't even get my hand in the glove. Disappointed.
      Date published: 2012-01-02
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromgood gloves at sale price I wanted some gloves for winter in the Bay Area with full fingers. I ride my bike as transport instead of a car so that means all kinds of weather. I don't ride in downpours so full waterproof gloves weren't necessary and I wanted something with very little bulk. Now the sizing on these is an issue as noted in previous reviews. However, I have fairly short fingers so I gave the size small a try. The wrist is very tight when first trying them on but I have had gloves that fit fine stretch to be too big, so I gave it a little time. By the 4th attempt to put them on, they had given enough to assure me they would be fine with use. The fingers were the right length, the only tightness was between the thumb and index finger, another area that tends to stretch. So, if you have small hands (knuckle circumference no more than 7") and want some slim profile gloves, I recommend these. On the bike it almost feels as if they aren't there, in a good way. Just be willing to give it some time to stretch out.
      Date published: 2012-07-26
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromGloves Keep Hands Warm and Dry I've been using these for 2 years and they have held up well even with several machine washings (line dry). I have a size large and they fit perfectly. They have kept my hands warm in temps from 20's to 50's degrees F.
      Date published: 2011-04-19

      Ask a question and have it answered by REI product experts and fellow outdoor enthusiasts. Need immediate assistance? Use Live Help .

      Loading Questions & Answers...