Jan 29, 2018 - 08:32 AM
Hello. While we haven't gotten a chance yet to ride all day in these gloves during a downpour (but it seems like that eventually happens to all of us once in a while, huh?), we have done some pretty serious testing. We didn't get any water inside the gloves after wearing them under a sustained running faucet for about two minutes. The reflective area on the outside sheds water pretty well and while the other fabric eventually gets saturated with water on the exterior it doesn't seep through to the inside.
As far as temperature ranges go, for most riders they're good for 20 to 40 degrees. You can go colder if you are wearing glove liners or if your cold tolerance is a bit higher than the average person. Around here it's been about 20 degrees as the low since we got these in but we'll report back once we've gotten a chance to do some riding on colder temperatures too.