Gore Bike Wear Fusion Gore-Tex Gloves

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Gore Bike Wear Fusion Gore-Tex Gloves
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No one likes riding with cold hands, but lacking dexterity because of bulky gloves is also hardly ideal. The Gore Fusion GTX Gloves hit the elusive sweet spot by giving you warmth while still giving your fingers enough room for movement so you'll be able to shift efficiently or fish for a gel pack out of your back pocket.

Waterproof and warm, the Gore-Tex element provided by the gloves will make sure that winter wetness will not reach your digits, while the breathable thermo insert will keep moisture build-up at bay. With the Dual Chamber technology, the inside chamber is sewn into the glove. The dual chamber makes it more versatile as one chamber allows for a more tactile grip with added dexterity, and the other chamber is completely focused on adding warmth. Both chambers feel like a natural glove and one would never guess that it has a dual lining.

A winter glove has to be sturdy too since there is nothing worse than holes appearing at the finger tips or in the palm, letting in the cold and wet. To prevent any such untoward occurrences, Gore has reinforced the Fusion GTX Gloves in the high-wear areas. The space between the thumb and forefinger has been strengthened for a better grip and added durability. All the fingers have been coated with silicone which not only gives them greater durability, but also adds to the fingers ability to grip and grab wanted items.

The palm and inner forehand have been a thin layer of foam padding for greater comfort on the bars in addition to adding a touch of extra insulation. The Velcro closure at the wrist helps customize the opening size so that you can slam them shut directly against your skin, or you can leave them open a little wider to accommodate thicker sleeves you may have with a winter riding jacket.

The Gore Fusion GTX Gloves come with a reflective logo to help keep you visible on dark cold days. They are available in Black and come in sizes Medium through XX-Large.


  • Hook-&-loop adjustment at wrist for a secure fit

Traction and Grip:

  • Silicone coated fingers for improved grip in wet weather


  • Reflective logos keep you visible in low-light


  • Reinforced between thumb and forefinger for a solid hold on the bars
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Gore Bike Wear Fusion Gore-Tex Gloves Reviews:


These gloves are no joke. I'm a exreme cold weather junkie (especially gloves) these bad boys are by FAR the best and warmest cold weather bike gloves made hands down. Like the other poster they run very small. I would at least get them 2 size's up from your true size. You will not be dissapointed. I've used them down to -10 F so far and they were toasty. I believe they could handle -20 F for me (my hands run on the warm side). ALL Gore bike stuff runs small to size.

danp844417 at Backcountry.com on 11/14/2013

These gloves are by far the warmest gloves I've tried. I seriously doubt any digits could go numb or even get cold while wearing these. The gloves do run really really small. I normally wear a medium glove, but ordered a size large based on reviews stating to go up a size or two. Despite fitting a medium glove per their chart, the large is too small as well and I will be returning these for an X-large.

Tony at Backcountry.com on 12/05/2013

These run small. I returned a large pair. Pretty bulky cold weather gloves. Too heavy duty for my climate. Nice quality though.

cdub at Backcountry.com on 03/23/2012