Castelli Estremo Cycling Gloves - Windstopper® (For Men and Women)
About Castelli Estremo Cycling Gloves - Windstopper® (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Don't let harsh weather keep you out of the saddle. Designed for the coldest conditions, Castelli's Estremo cycling gloves are built with Gore Windstopper® fabric and lined with warm and breathable Polarfleece®.
Specs about Castelli Estremo Cycling Gloves - Windstopper® (For Men and Women)
- Palm: Silicone print
- Fabric: 85% polyester, 11% nylon, 2% spandex, 2% polyurethane
- Weight: 5.5 oz.
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Care: Machine wash, hang dry
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Colorado Commuter from Colorado on Tuesday, November 10, 2015Overall, very good gloves. You pay a bit more for the Castelli name but they are clearly well made. As far as temps go, my hands freeze in these once the temps drop into the 20's, but great for use in the 30's and 40's.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Eric of ATL from Atlanta on Wednesday, March 11, 2015These are probably the most underrated winter gloves out there right now. Perfect for the wet cold winter we were having. I had read reviews on the glove and after getting them I am very glad that I bought them. The quality is typical Castelli - first rate materials and craftsmanship.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ray from MD on Sunday, November 23, 2014I'm one of those who can't find a glove to keep my hands warm. Saw good reviews for this product and like this brand so decided to give it a try at the great STP price. This glove is not bad but my hands still get cold on my 30 min commute. It's less bulky than other gloves but just about as warm. Glove does run small -- I'm usually a medium and STP only had the XL. Decided to try anyways. This glove is only slightly too large for me and therefore allows a thin liner glove underneath. Well made. I'm resigned to cold hands but these keep my hands from becoming painfully cold.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by seung hwan from korea on Tuesday, November 4, 2014It is very warm. But a little thicker.
shifting a little uncomfortable
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tennessee Sam from Cartersville, GA on Friday, October 31, 2014I have not had a chance to wear them yet on a ride, but they appear to be good quality. The microfleece layer inside should keep the fingers warm, along with the windstopper membrane. I agree with several of the reviewers on other Castelli gloves - they seem to run a little small, so I would recommend going up one size. I ordered the size XL (my hands are not all that large), and they fit well, but I would not want them any smaller. They will probably require a break-in period, but should be comfortable.