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Waterproof cycling gloves with reflective print for increased visibility on winter commutes. Night vision Evo gloves include a velcro cuff closure and an insulating liner glove for warmth and comfort. Perfect for the committed year-round cyclist.
 
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Perfect autumn / winter / spring glove
Posted02 May 2013
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"Three gloves in one and it really works well. I bought these to replace my 20 year old winter mountain bike gloves (although I now ride road predominantly).
With our cold winter and early spring they have been brilliant. I can wear both gloves in the morning to stop the chill and then just one of the two on my way home once it's warmed up. Both gloves together really is warm and just the outer on itself is pretty good.
One thing to note - I've not really worn them when it's been really wet, so can't comment on the waterproofness too much. I haven't had wet hands, but then I've only really ridden with them in a shower so far."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Comfortable, High Quality, Versatile, Good Fit
Cons: Limited Color Choices
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Premium cycling bib shorts from dhb at an astonishing price. Top-level ‘Tour Air’ Elastic Interface cycling pad from CyTech for serious sessions in the saddle. Moisture management ‘Field Sensor’ fabric deals with perspiration fast.
 

6'6" Tall, 38" Waist Sizing?

Yet another cyclist whose measurements don't fit a single size in the guide! Waist size at 38" suggests L, Height at 6'6" suggests XXL. What would be the best size for me to pick? I don't want to have slightly baggy shorts, but then I don't want to have the discomfort of bib shorts that are too short in the torso. Thanks.
As an update to this - I ordered the shorts in XXL and they fitted as suggested. The shorts bit of them are not loose at all and I'd actually suggest that if I'd bought any smaller they would have been ridiculously tight!

So my recommendation to others is to take the size that fits your largest measurement (waist or height) and it will probably fit just fine.
1 year, 3 months ago
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