Gore Windstopper Thermo gloves review

A reasonably insulated glove that acts as a good barrier to windy and rainy conditions before the deep winter freeze kicks in

A close up of a Gore Windstopper Thermo glove on leafy ground
(Image: © David Arthur)

Cyclingnews Verdict

Insulated glove with minimal bulk and good dexterity for tackling chilly to mild conditions whilst being windproof and water resistant


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    Comfortable and great fit

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    Warm and breathable

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    Not the warmest

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    Lets rain in eventually

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The Gore Windstopper Thermo gloves combine the company’s impressive Windstopper membrane technology inside a reasonably insulated glove that is warm enough for all but the very coldest of conditions. Breathability is excellent for milder weather and the fit and comfort is very high with little bulk to compromise control of the bike. 

Those features helped them to find a place in our guide to the best winter cycling gloves, and now that we've spent time testing them thoroughly, read on to find out exactly how and when the Gore Windstopper Thermo gloves excel. 

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