FDX Full Finger Winter Cycling Gloves

(10 customer reviews)


  • 【Italian Super Roubaix: 80% Polyimide 20% Elastane】is a super warm Micro-Perforated Breathable Fabric for Sweat Resistance and Moisture Wicking, coupling Brushed Fleece Lined Interior for Enhanced Insulation in Lightweight Men Cycling Gloves.
  • 【Gel Padded Palm with Anti-Slip Silicone】 wear resistant thickened patches for added Cushioning in longer rides prevents hands unrest from staying in a constant position for longer whiles. Flat Seam Construction makes sure that the skin doesn’t get irritated, chafed, or itchy even when the temperature rises.
  • 【Precision Touch Controls Design】 allow the smartphone to read slightest of finger touch making it behave to every input while keeping the gloves on, and provide firm grip to the riders’ hands for convenient handling of the smartphones.
  • 【Hi-Vis Reflective Details】 with ultra-luminous reflective stripes and logo for a sleek sporty look and added safety while riding during nighttime.
  • 【Elasticized Wrist with Hook and Loop】 toggles to ensure Perfect Fit as per the riders’ hands, and added resistance against wind and rainwater. Wind Proof and Water Proof gloves specially constructed for riding in cold weather conditions.
SKU: B0198Q9BXS Categories: , , ,

FDX Full Finger Winter Cycling Gloves – Warm Windproof, Mountain Bike Gloves Anti-Slip Padded Palm, Touchscreen, Breathable, Water Resistant MTB Racing and Running Mitts for Men Women

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Product Description

FDX Warm Winter Cycling Gloves
FDX Winter Cycling Glvoes

Main Features

FDX Water resistant cycling gloves

Water-Resistant Outer Layer

FDX Padded Cycling Gloves

Padded Palm Design

FDX Shockproof Cycling Gloves

Anti-Slip Strong Grip


The outer fabric Keep the hands warm and dry during deep winter

Gel Padded Palm Design

Anti Shock Palm to provide you comfortable experience

Silicone Gripper

The Silicone Grippers at palm enables you to have a strong and firm grip


The gloves keep your hands warm during chilly wind season

Regulated Blood Flow

The advance design ensure proper blood flow to your hand.

Anti-Slip Palm

The Palm Design enables you to pick mobile and other things easily

FDX Winter Cycling Gloves
FDX Winter Cycling Gloves Touch Compatible
FDX Warm Winter Hi Viz Gloves
FDX Winter Cycling Gloves
Weight 80 kg
Dimensions 28.7 × 12.7 × 6.8 cm
Age range



‎Black / Blue



Hand orientation




Material type

‎80% polyamide, 20% elastane





Batteries included?





‎ Men's

Item model number


Package Dimensions ‏

‎28.7 x 12.7 x 6.8 cm; 80 Grams



Date First Available

11 Dec. 2015



10 reviews for FDX Full Finger Winter Cycling Gloves

  1. MRS S.

    Nice comfy gloves – reasonably warm – dont know if they are waterproof as I try not to ride in the rain- they do the job

  2. dave wilson

    Still early days yet , but pleased so far overall

  3. Catherine Davies

    Very surprised at how expensive they look. Warm and extremely comfortable to keep my hand warm when cycling. Love them

  4. ron coillins

    cumfort & product life

  5. Draughty

    I purchased these are I have a pair of FDX winter full bib tights which are standing in good stead. So my old gloves gave up the ghost and had to buy new ones. I’ve been wearing these FDX gloves for over two weeks now commuting and really impressed. Warm and wind proof. Haven’t had a real downpour so don’t know what they will be like in the wet. But so far very impressed

  6. SunK

    It does the Job.

  7. Pink

    Comfortable to wear, good for intermediate weather but not freezing conditions. Good design and feel, padding is good. Recommend

  8. Katz

    Good fit , good grip in handlebars and good padding and protection

  9. Ian Crockford

    Good but not perfect. These gloves fit well, though are a tad short up the wrist that makes me wonder what they’ll be like come the coldest months. They’re good in that they allow you to maintain dexterity whilst wearing them.I’m not overly impressed with warmth. We’ve yet to get really cold days, yet they do let through a surprising amount of wind chill, which is a great shame. I would not want to be cycling along for any great period of time in the winter wearing these, but thankfully my commute, which only takes about 10 minutes is not too bad. A longer trip with temperatures closer to zero would not be pleasant.Overall, good cycling gloves, but don’t expect to be snug and warm.

  10. Anthony

    I have been using my usual riding gloves with a second pair of thinsulate gloves under for a few weeks so thought it was time to invest in something better. These are doing the job for me.They are comfortable to wear made from insulating material but still allows for plenty of movement when breaking and changing gears (I ride a road bike). They have gel pads rather than foam which makes then about more comfortable and the pads should last longer than foam. There is a bit of reflective detailing on these which should help you flash your signals to other drives on the dark winter rides.Is just coming into November where the temp has dropped to about 8 degrees….the seem to be fine art that temperature, but not sure if they will continue to keep my fingers warm add the temperate continues to drop. I guess there is a balance between allowing enough finger movement and paint a pair of gloves out with so much fleece that you cannot worth the gears). They do manage to keep the wind out and a bit of drizzle….not tested them in a proper downpour yet.Touch screen fingers was an added bonus on these….works well for me when starting Strava, but I don’t get on well with swyping on screen. Good grip on them tooI am pleased with this purchase….but still be interesting to see how they manage add the temperature drops further.=======Update April 17=======After a full winters use, these gloves were fine for cycling in cold temperatures, but aound 5 degrees my fingers started getting cold. I reverted to a two glove solution for anything below that. They have stood up to the rain reasonably well (though they are not advertised as waterproof). For most downpours they do get wet, but don’t make your ride uncomfortable…I had one maybe two rides this winter where I got caught in proper heavy downpours and the gloves are absolutely soaked through. Still pleased with the gloves, but they do have their limitations.*****update June 2019*****Gloves still in good shape and going strong! Just got these out again as the June temperature dropped down to 10 degrees again. Shame they are not waterproof though.

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