Pearl Izumi Cyclone Glove Glove Review

4.17 out of 5
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December 10, 2010
Pros: Great full fingered grippy glove. Keeps my hands reasonably warm with excellent wind breaking capability.

Cons: Wearing holes in my brake finger parts.

Recommendation: Great glove for the winter or fall.

November 27, 2010
Pros: Comfortable, great in warm or cold weather. Good weather. Good tacky grips.

Cons: Kept My hands plenty warm for Mtn bikin even on my coldest days, But not quite warm enough for Road cycling on the coldest days.

Recommendation: Comfortable, washable all weather gloves. Good tack for grip. Ive used these in the middle of summer and the dead of winter. Holds the moisture well in summer, and kept my hands warm enough for winter trail riding, though not quite warm enough for open road winter cycling.

May 21, 2009
Pros: Light. Sturdy non-bulky padding. Breathable. Tacky grips on fingers and palms keep hands on the bars. Long lasting and washable.

Cons: Not a lot of cold weather protection.

Recommendation: A great set of full fingered gloves that are breathable and keep your hands stuck to the bars. If they weren't marketed as being usable for cold weather riding as well I would have given them a 5 rating. Not really waterproof or greeat in cold wind. GREAT as a spring through fall set of full fingered gloves. I even prefer these to my summer gloves with the cut out fingers.

April 13, 2009
Pros: Good grip and padding. Microfleece surface is a great addition for wiping sweat. Durable, not super thick/chunky so it allows for great control.

Cons: no protection from wind or water

Recommendation: Great gloves overall. Good for warm or cool weather. Certainly not extreme weather gloves, but great for most of the year.

May 8, 2008
Pros: Grip and fit. Just enough warmth.

Cons: Wish they were waterproof.

Recommendation: Great glove for cool to cold weather riding.

March 30, 2008
Pros: Durable, lightweight, comfortable. Not too thick, so ideal for control. Good crash protection so far.

Cons: Not very warm or windproof.

Recommendation: Good gloves for cool/warm weather riding and general comfort and protection.