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Cold Weather Tech 2.0 MTB Glove (Batik)

Product Overview

Say goodbye to bulky winter gloves! Our Cold Weather Mountain Bike Gloves are constructed of Windproof, All-Weather Neoprene and packed with the same great features as our standard gloves. We utilized our single-layer palm material to maintain control while grabbing the bars and added a slip-on neoprene cuff to keep out the cold. These gloves are made for one thing: ripping singletrack when the temperature drops!


Unisex Performance Fit

Specs and Features

  • Keep The Cold Out | Windproof Neoprene Upper For Winter Cycling
  • Unparalleled Minimalism | Second-skin Fit
  • Effortless On/Off | Neoprene Slip-On Cuffs | Keep The Cold Out
  • Seamless Touchscreen Compatibility | Index Finger & Thumb
  • Reinforced Durability | Index Finger-Thumb Patch
  • Enhanced Grip & Durability | Upgraded Palm & Silicone Printing
  • Unmatched Thumb Swiping | Ultra-soft & Durable
  • Ergonomic Comfort | Pre-curved Fingers

Built for you

Gear up and conquer the trails like never before. Join us in our mission to create long-lasting, high-quality products.

Customer Reviews

Based on 41 reviews
KW (Winthrop, WA)
Excellent cold weather gloves

These gloves keep my fingers warm, wind resistant, good fit. I bought them for early Spring/late Fall riding & ended up using them on some Nordic Ski days as well. I bought a second pair for that reason.

Michael Mullins (Gainesville, VA)
Perfect When It Gets Chilly Outside!

Nice cold weather gloves, down to low 30s depending on your tolerance. Good wind protection and perfect touch screen which is nice on cold days. Definitely recommend this for your kit.

David Grammerstorf (New York, NY)

Cool Weather Tech 2.0 Glove (Reflection Tan)


Love these gloves!!! They are perfect!!

MikeT (Lexington, KY)
Effective in early testing :-)

I did some skills practice riding the other day and it was 40-45 and cloudy with some wind. Definitely cold on the face. I never thought about my hands. I’d say that’s a win. On a real trail ride with more intensity, I’d expect them to be even more effective. Just a guess.

Fit: I’d say these tend to run a bit small, so pay good attention to the sizing info. If, like I do, you normally wear a L in most gloves, the XL will fit you, but it is actually still somewhat snug. Not a bad thing, and certainly not uncomfortable, but worth noting.