Not to be confused with TPS reports, Campagnolo’s TGS line encompasses winter cycling gloves and shoe covers in various levels of protection.
Above, the mid-level C727 Glove has their two-way-stretch Textran Thermo treatment to provide wind and rain protection while remaining breathable. The silicone print on the palm keeps your hands from slipping.
Other items shown after the jump…
When the conditions really go south, there’s the C718, a waterproof glove with a thicker Cordura outer. They share the silicone grip on the palm and Textran Thermo material. It has an extended velcro wrist closure and reflective logo and bits.
On race day, there’s the lighter C442 Glove. They also have the Textran Thermo, but only claim wind resistance (not water). They have a microfiber palm with gel padding and minimal silicone grip patterns, plus reflective logo and bits.
The Thermo Textran shoe cover is a waterproof, windproof, breathable shoe cover wtih heat-taped front seams and a zip back. Reflective piping runs up the zipper line.
The Neoprene version has 2.5mm thick neoprene throughout, offering water and wind protection and a bit of warmth, but remains breathable. It also has heat-sealed seams and rear zip and reflective piping.