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

VeloToze Waterproof Cycling Glove windproof wet weather riding glove VeloFingerz
c. VeloToze

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.

VeloToze Waterproof Cycling Glove windproof wet weather riding glove VeloFingerz

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.

VeloToze Waterproof Cycling Glove windproof wet weather riding glove VeloFingerz

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.

VeloToze.com

5 COMMENTS

    • What in the world does staying warm and dry have to do with THINKING you’re fast? Are you only allowed to stay warm and dry if you can hold it down propper? Sometimes the ‘tude of the road racing culture makes it easy to understand why the sport is struggling.

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