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Handup Gloves gets cozy with new fleece-lined winter gloves

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Handup Gloves are already some of our favorites thanks to their minimalist construction and good grip on the bars (and beers). But, even though they were inspired by cyclocross, they could be a bit thin for winter. Now, they’ve got new fleece lined gloves to keep your hands a bit warmer.

They get double lined thumbs for a little extra warmth. Tops have a wind and water resistant fleece lining, palms remain a synthetic leather for super grip when grabbing the bars or a beverage, but it’s a tiny bit thicker than the originals. Two patterns are offered, Knitted Sweater and USA…

The inside fleece isn’t super thick, but enough to retain a little heat. The thumb is full terry cloth without the leather sections of the original so it’ll be more comfy when wiping your nose. Retail per pair is $28, just two bucks more than the regular gloves.

HandupGloves.com

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Allan
Allan
6 years ago

So many ‘murica themed products coming out lately…

Cat 1
Cat 1
6 years ago

Gee, I love a short glove that can’t overlap the sleeves on a jacket to keep the cold out… Looks like a terrible product for those who actually intend to ride year round..

Bandit Andy
6 years ago
Reply to  Cat 1

They were probably designed in So Cal for “winter” riding

Emily
Emily
6 years ago
Reply to  Bandit Andy

Tennessee. But close enough.

Marty Larson
6 years ago

I like the gloves. They’re good summer weight stuff, BUT the XL ain’t an XL. They barely fit, and they don’t seem to be willing to address the issue. I can’t be the only one with fit issues on these.

Nicholas Petersen (@np3tersen)
Reply to  Marty Larson

I’d definitely say their XL is closer to a L for sure.

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