Five of the best… thermal motorcycle gloves from £50-£100
Five of the best... thermal motorcycle gloves from £50-£100
No matter the season, bad weather has a habit of turning up and leaving your digits out in the cold.
Our guide to five of the best mid-priced winter gloves can help you bag the perfect pair, but if you’re a little more cost-conscious, take a look at our guide to the best thermal gloves under £50.
Richa Ice Polar Gore-Tex£89.99
Richa’s Ice Polar gloves are some of the cheapest available that offer a Gore-Tex membrane, something which Sportsbikeshop customers appreciate as they leave them with an average of 4.80 stars from the first 10 reviews. They say they’re 100% waterproof and that the fleece lining keeps hands warm, and that they’re not too bulky, offering a good level of feel on the bike’s handlebars.
Weise Montana 120 WP£69.99
Sportsbikeshop customers praised the warmth of these gloves and gave them an average of 4.58 stars from the first 31 reviews. The waterproof Hipora membrane and Thinsulate liner keeps your hands dry and warm, while the adjustable storm cuff provides a better rain seal. Stretch panels on the fingers, thumb and back of the hand give extra flexibility and hard knuckle armour gives extra protection.
Spada Enforcer WP£61.59
The RiDE Magazine recommended Spada Enforcer gloves are also popular with Sportsbikeshop customers, who give them a 4.43-star average from the first 136 reviews. They say they’re effective in cold and wet weather thanks to their thermal lining and waterproof membrane, and that overall, the gloves give an accurate fit. Some customers have noted that the gloves take a while to bed in, but are comfortable once they do.
Dainese Tempest D-Dry£54.99-£69.95
Sportsbikeshop customers praised the comfort of the Tempest gloves, and gave them an average of 4.60 stars from the first 15 reviews. They use Dainese’s own waterproof technology D-Dry as a membrane, combined with a thermal padded lining for warmth. A rubber blade on the left thumb makes wiping the visor free of rainwater easy, and reflective detailing on the fingers and cuff help you stand out at night.
The lobster look may not be to everyone’s taste, but Sportsbikeshop customers insist the Nordpol gloves are warm and comfortable, and gave them 4.47 from the first 19 reviews. The Thinsulate lining and Hipora waterproof membrane keep your hands warm and dry, while a rubber blade on the left index finger makes it dead easy to wipe rainwater off the visor. A zip closure at the cuff as well as the wrist strap makes sure you can achieve the best fit.