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Men's Crosspoint Hardshell Waterproof Glove

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Out to dry.

Finding a solution to wet hands on extended rainy rides can be frustrating and downright dangerous when it's cold. Showers Pass are the experts when it comes to handling the heavy precipitation of the Pacific Northwest, so their Crosspoint Hardshell Waterproof Gloves use an OutDry™ one-piece waterproof / breathable membrane that's heat-bonded to the outside of the gloves for a seamless, gapless barrier against the rain. This keeps the gloves from "wetting out" like traditional 3-layer constructions, so you're sure to be happier than ever when you're heading out in the storm.

Inside, a fine Merino liner wicks away moisture and provides a plush feel, and the palm is made with anti-slip synthetic leather with ergonomic padding so you stay both comfortable and dry.

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Best waterproof gloves that I've ever had
by Jmc
Cycling Enthusiast
Grants Pass, Or.
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I rode for 2 hrs. this week in a torrential downpour. At the end of my ride my hands were very dry and fairly warm. The rain in Oregon can deter a ride if your gloves aren't high quality and keep those pinkies dry.

Reviewed 10/30/2014
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Nice for wet rides
by Anonymous

As advertised. Not recommended for rides below 40 degrees F, as fingers get cold fast. But they have been great for rain rides.

Reviewed 6/14/2017
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They could be warmer and drier
by Anonymous
west coast and rocky mts

I have used these gloves on tours in cold rains (below 40 degrees). They get wet through and through. I actually have 2 pair and rotate them after 3 hours so that I am have a drier pair. For these kinds of conditions, the gloves need to be more water proof andor more wool insulation. I also use them of warmer, sunny days backcountry skiing-they are excellent in this application.

Reviewed 6/12/2017
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Keeps my hands dry and warm
by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
Soquel, CA

I used these gloves while hiking and playing in the snow, making snowballs for my Labrador to catch. My hands stayed dry and warm. On rainy days on my bike, my hands stay dry and warm.

Reviewed 2/13/2017
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Terrible. Not warm and were soaked through in 30 minutes
by Eric C.
Competitive Racer
Boston
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The description looked great, the technology looks solid. Other ShowersPass products I have (jacket, shoe covers) work great. However, these are potentially the worst gloves I have ever used. The insulation wasn't enough for a 35F degree morning into a 15mph wind, then on the way home in a 40F degree steady rain, the gloves soaked through within 30 minutes. Once totally wet, they offered no warmth whatsoever. I have other gloves that are not marked as waterproof that are better and calling these waterproof borders on false advertising. Just glad I didn't buy a few pair because they are overpriced and are not waterproof. I commute 30-40 miles a day in the Northeast (Boston) all year in all weather and race competitively throughout the summer and fall. I'll stick with my Swiftwicks for rainy days.

Reviewed 1/4/2017
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Great glove, narrow temperature range
by jacks
Seattle, Wa
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Great glove for around 40 to 50 degrees. Keep your hands dry and warm within that range.

Reviewed 2/27/2015
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Water resistant, but stiff
by Pablo
Competitive Racer
Maryland
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These gloves fulfill their intended purpose by keeping your hands dry in rainy conditions. They also work well as cold weather gloves with decent insulation. However, the glove's materials are pretty stiff (even after a break-in period), which hinders manual dexterity. I find it difficult to zip, grab food from a jersey pocket, and sometimes shift in these gloves. In addition, I my hands are right in the medium sweet spot, but the gloves' fingers seem cut really long, which might add to the dexterity issues I've noticed.

Reviewed 2/6/2017
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Amazing gloves that are toasty warm
by Pkoonce
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, or
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These are the best gloves on the market. They are well made and do the job even in the wettest Portland days.

Reviewed 9/27/2014
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Dry & Warm
by Zephyr451
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA
10 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

First and foremost these gloves keep your hands warm, even without the optional liners. I did purchase the liners as well, but so far haven't needed them as the wool lining is sufficient. I rated the gloves 4 stars, as the gloves don't breath which means your hands are likely to sweat as a result. I initially was doubtful this was the case but I did a dunk test on the gloves where I held my gloved hands underwater for 15 mins while repeatedly clenching and unclenching my fingers. At the end, the gloves were bone dry.

Reviewed 2/17/2014
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Good down to low thirties or so
by David Lewis
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

There are many things to like about these gloves. The padding and control feel are both very good. The gauntlet is long enough to mate well with jacket sleeves. The waterproofing works in drenching rain. But in my use, they are not warm enough when the temperature drops below the mid-to-low thirties. At that point, I have to switch to my Pearl Izumi Lobster Gloves. I know that Showers Pass makes a liner glove, and I have not tried that, it may be that with the liner these would be good down to the low twenties we sometimes get here. So while they are good, to say that Cold, wet hands are no longer a problem, may be something of a stretch.

Reviewed 2/13/2014
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Awesome in a snowy cross race
by @crossdoctor
Competitive Racer
Salt Lake City

Gave these gloves their first real test in snowy cross race. Two inches of wet snow on the course, and it snowed steady the entire race. Temperature was about 32 degrees, for me this is the most challenging conditions since you're both wet and pretty cold. In colder temps, a light ski glove works well, in warmer wet conditions then I've had good luck with neoprene. The CrossPoint gloves kept my hands warm and pretty dry in these tough conditions.

Reviewed 11/17/2013
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Nice waterproof gloves
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Wisconsin

I have only used these gloves in one light rain and my hands stayed dry. I This glove may be the warm version of the Showers pass gloves but I found that even with the Shower Pass liners my hands were getting cold with temperatures in the low 40s. If it was colder, it would be snowing anyway!

Reviewed 11/23/2014
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