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Castelli Men's Espresso GT Glove

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Mfg PartNum: K20532010-4
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Description

Winter Gloves That Will Keep You Warm in the Ultra-Cold Weather

Trying to find the perfect hand protection for your cold-weather rides? Choose the cycling gloves that are designed to keep you warm and dry in cool conditions — the Castelli Men's Espresso GT Glove. With an insulated construction that keeps you warm and dry even in freezing temperatures — reclaim your winter rides.

A PrimaLoft® Gold insulation provides extreme warmth for even the coldest rides. The GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY™ promise does exactly that — thanks to the windproof and waterproof GORE-TEX® grip exterior. Constructed with unmatched grip control to prevent your palm from slipping with sweat, making your rides easier and more comfortable. An easy on and off design features a YKK® zipper that repels water, and added reflectivity offers great visibility no matter the time of day.

Fall and winter are just around the corner, so stay ahead of the game with the Castelli Men's Espresso GT Glove. An unbelievable amount of durability and comfort keeps you safe from all the elements, so learn to love those cold-weather rides with the gloves that will keep you safe no matter what.

Features:

  • Extreme warmth for cold rides with PrimaLoft® Gold insulation
  • GORE-TEX® grip glove with windproof/waterproof membrane, GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY™
  • Easy on/off with YKK® water-repellent zipper
  • Grip control construction prevents palm from slipping
  • Reflectivity for nighttime visibility
  • Temperature range: -4°C - 10°C (25°F - 50°F)

  • B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

    Size Chart

    SMLXLXXL
    Palm Circumference7¼"-8"8"-8¾"8¾"-9½"9½"-10¼"10¼"-11" 
     

    Specifications

     

    Glove Type: Full Finger - Insulated 

    Black - Small

    Mfg PartNum: K20532010-2 

    Black - Medium

    Mfg PartNum: K20532010-3 

    Black - Large

    Mfg PartNum: K20532010-4 

    Black - X-Large

    Mfg PartNum: K20532010-5 

    Black - 2X-Large

    Mfg PartNum: K20532010-6 

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    Great gloves
    by Sean
    Kennewick

    I�ve used them down to 35F, in snow and rain. Although colder than 35F, I was quite uncomfortable. Stayed dry in rain and snow. The zipper works, but I�m not sure why it�s there, as the give is pretty tight when zip is open. I can slip it off and on easily to work my phone. Would be great Nordic skiing too, and the zipper would have a function, keeping the glove on while poling. Palm material is grippy, even when wet. Seems are well sewed, should last a year or two.

    Reviewed 4/8/2024
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    Good but with flaws
    by DoubleDee
    Portland, OR
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    These are a nice glove for really cold and wet conditions. Warm, fairly breathable, and nice fit for my hands. Fabric was softer than expected and the interior is nice and soft as well.

    My only gripes are there is no touchscreen compatibility (you have to be kidding on a $120 cycling glove where every one of your consumers has a touchscreen on their phone or Garmin?), and the zipper is fairly difficult to operate when you�re wearing the gloves- the fabric is very soft and it just tends to bunch up instead of unzip.

    I ordered some e-tip stickers from Amazon to fix the first issue, the second I just need to accept and deal with.

    Overall good glove, a next gen that fixes those issues would be really great and worth five stars.

    Reviewed 11/12/2022
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    Great warmth for those wintery downhills!
    by SOregonVelo
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Ashland, OR

    I'm 54, 5'10 and ride mostly hard tail or gravel bikes in the winter. I tend to do mostly climbing where I wear just a thin, windproof glove as otherwise my hands get hot and sweaty. These gloves I throw in by bag or in my pocket for the downhill. Once at the top I grab my windbreaker and these gloves to keep my from getting chilled on the decent. They provide great wind protection and a good amount of warmth. Though, if I'm going anywhere near 30mph, my fingers can still get slightly cold, but not enough to impair my ability to break. I'm a huge fan of Castelli, especially the winter gear!

    Reviewed 1/2/2023
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    A big improvement over my old Castelli winter gloves
    by Jim H
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Glen Ellyn, IL
    4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

    My Castelli Corsa winter gloves never really fit me well which probably contributed to my cold hands. Riding thru the upper mid-west winters, I needed a glove that would work down into the upper 30's and fit better (colder than that and I switch to my lobster claws). After comparing all the choices, I went with the Castelli Espresso GT. They fit much better and are definitely warmer. I like the zipper closure and have had only minimal issues zipping them closed. Once closed they feel very secure with no cold air ingress noted. Would buy again.

    Reviewed 4/20/2022
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    Great gloves to about 38F
    by Nole Studley
    East Bay, SF Bay Area

    Bought these gloves for my pre dawn training rides which can be as cold as 29 degrees Fahrenheit. These are not as warm as I would have expected but are slightly more roomy than the Entrata Insulated gloves. With a fleece or merino liners I expect these to hit mark.

    Reviewed 1/2/2023
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    As an older rider keeping my hands warm is harder than it use to be. With a liner these have been warm to 35. I have small hands, using the size chart leaves room for a light liner. Really like the z
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Charlotte, NC
    6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

    Most of my rides start at 9:00 AM as long as the temperature is 35 and up and sunny or 40 and cloudy. I'm an older rider and keeping my hands warm is necessary. These gloves supplemented with a liner handles my needs well. At about 45 the liners have to come out and at about 50 they start getting too warm and at 55 they are too warm.

    Reviewed 3/3/2022
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    Great Gloves
    by Anonymous
    08628

    Keeps hands warm

    Reviewed 1/23/2023
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    These are good cold weather protection however not as warm as
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Cleveland, OH
    4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

    Use for 30-40 degree days of biking plus basic gloves in a non-athletic setting. The fingers feel like they could be slightly better insulated. I therefore use these on cold days but not below 30, at least not for long rides.

    Reviewed 1/24/2021
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