We pretty much only have experience with VeloToze for their latex shoe covers. Those may have somewhat limited application, but there’s no denying that they keep shoes dry. Now they’ve added a nice-looking neoprene Waterproof Cycling Glove to keep your fingers warm & dry too. I feel like it’s a missed opportunity that they don’t get a more catchy name, so I will henceforth call them VeloFingerz…
VeloToze Waterproof Cycling Glove, or in my mind VeloFingerz
There are already a number of decent neoprene gloves for riding in cold, wet weather, but the VeloFingerz are a bit unique with a thin (~3mm) performance neoprene that remains flexible and stretchy for a comfortable fit, and gets a top-layer coating to make them fully waterproof & windproof. VeloToze has been working on the Waterproof Cycling Gloves for about three years, sourcing the best fabric and refining the fit, construction, and flat hidden & seam-sealed stitching.
The $48 neoprene gloves were developed specifically to ride in cold rain like their shoe covers, comfortable down to -5°C/20°F. But because of their special performance fabric, VeloToze claim they’ll remain comfortable even up to around 15°C/60°F in rainy or dry weather.
The gloves feature a long, extended cuff with bar-tack reinforcement, meant to extend high up under a waterproof jacket to keep water from getting in. So to put the gloves on & take them off, you just fold the long cuff down over your wrists. Three sizes are available now, direct from VeloToze with free US shipping or ten bucks to Europe.