Gore Bike Wear Radiator Gloves

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Gore Bike Wear Radiator Gloves -

You want bike gloves with fabric that combines wind-blocking, stretchy, and breathable properties. While you’re at it, how about a design that’s between a mitten and a glove? Sure—The GORE Bike Wear Radiator II Glove.


  • Absorbent material on thumb and back of the hand for wiping away perspiration
  • Soft shell fabric for stretch, high breathability, and water resistance
  • Fleece lining for warmth


  • Palm of hand with gel padding for maximum impact protection

Weather and Wind:

  • WindStopper membrane keeps wind out


  • Reflective logo


  • Elastic wrist
  • Reflective insert on little finger
  • Palm with synthetic leather
  • Lobster cut
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
With WindStopper soft shell fabric, a fleece lining, and a clever cut, the Radiator gloves from Gore Bike Wear guarantee excellent warmth. Its three-finger mitten design ensures perfect operation of all gear switches.

Fiber Content: Backhand: 100% polyester/WindStopper membrane, Absorbent material: 80% cotton, 20% polyester.
Palm: 100% polyurethane, 100% polyester/WindStopper.
Country of Origin: Imported

Paragon Sports
Features extremely reliable windstopper softshell and reflective applications for extra safety.
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Lobster cut:three-finger mitten design allows operation of all gear switches

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Gore Bike Wear Radiator Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great quality, comfort and feel. This gloves doesn't cause your hands to over heat and they are laden with reflective features that are so very important to any low light and evening riding. The gel pads are simply priceless. I love the idea of making one compartment for the ring and pinky fingers (awesome). I would not hesitate to buy a pair of these gloves if I were you.

BlueGiantSun at Backcountry.com on 09/27/2011

I've had these gloves about a month now and I love them. The first major ride I took in them was an 86 mile, 25 degree hill climb two weeks ago. They not only kept me warm, but they were comfortable to boot! Like everyone else has said, buy them a size big. I normally wear mediums, bought large, and they fit, well, like a glove.

Colin Payton at Backcountry.com on 12/14/2011

Nice. They run a bit small, but the construction is well done. Lovely gloves for those real, real cold days. Sub 30, wind from the west. No worries. These gloves rock the cold. In fact not sure it could be cold enough that they won't keep your fingers warm. I like the 4 finger set up. Better by far than the lobster 3 finger option.

ken at Backcountry.com on 11/09/2011

This winter was phenomenally cold, and my hands (particularly my pinkie fingers) were starting to get numb and painful before I got to work. These gloves kept my hands warm all the way down to sub-zero Fahrenheit temps, but still let you retain pretty good dexterity. With a liner, you'd be fine to probably -20 or so.

Brian B. at Backcountry.com on 03/10/2011

Great gloves

I bought these gloves for winter biking. I tried other brands, but most were too big. I have small hands and bought the Mens small. They fit great and are perfect for biking and warmer weather skiing.
Maria at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not warm enough for the Northeast

I splurged on these because the PI lobster gloves were no where to be found.

At the start of my ride this morning, the thermometer on my camelbak said 28 degrees and at the end, it said 34.

My first issue was even though I bought a large, and it fits well everywhere else, the pointer and middle fingers are too short and I had to adjust the throw of my rear brake lever.

The next issue was these same two fingers just froze up even with an (off road) average speed of 9 - 10 mph. If you're walking your dog or some other kind of slow outside activity, these will probably do just fine - but they shouldn't EVER be sold as "biking gloves".

The last issue is with the grip pad in the palm - totally useless. I don't feel like I ever had a good grip on my bars.
EJC at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012

Expected so much more from these, especially considering the pinky/ring finger combo. Gives the impression that they are for cold weather. I wouldn't use these on the road below 42(F). The back of the glove has Windstopper, but if you blow between the fingers you'll see that the sides of the fingers let's the cold breeze right through. I still like the feel and construction though, and make a good cool weather mountain bike glove. Generous terry cloth area for whiping the snot away.
As much as I like Gore apparel (love my Gore Fusion gloves for extreme temps) there are just too many better winter road glove offerings for the price.
Like most, I had to one size up

ktimmmtb at Backcountry.com on 12/02/2013

The gloves did a fair job in keeping my fingers warm at 35 to 45 degrees. The problem with these is that they have an inner liner that is attached but causes your fingers to shift about a 1/2 an inch within the glove while the outer part grips the handlebar. Therefore causing a false sense of control. SO if you are a hard mountain biker that likes control, then this is not your option.

for3316445 at Backcountry.com on 12/13/2009

Leaks cold air, uncomfortable palms

These gloves let lots of cold air in, even the mittened fourth and fifth fingers. The "windstop" material is a hilarious joke. In the 40s and low 50s it was as breezy and cold as just wearing dollar-store cotton gloves. The padding is thin on the palms and the seaming *hurts* after only a few minutes as it digs into your grip. Boo.
Josh at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2013

Warm and comfy but the liner inside slips enough to where control on your grip is affected. Otherwise great gloves. I di return them because I like a tactical firm feel on my grip and not any movement.

for3316445 at Backcountry.com on 01/06/2010

Neutral Reviews:

Gore w/Windstopper?

I purchased these mitt gloves because I have a pair of N/F finger gloves with windstopper and love them but they are not that warm (no insulation). These were suppose to add some season comfort to my winter riding.

The first thing that I noticed when I received them was the fit was good and the finger pull out was adequate (i.e. the insulation did not come out when you pull your hand out).
The second thing that I noticed was that they are not wind proof like other gore windstopper things I own. I could just blow on the glove especially in the thumb area and feel my breath (from 5-6 inches away!)

So the breeze of road riding in the cold does not work for me at all. and they are adequate for 35+ weather in the woods because it is typically not as windy at slower speeds.

the windstopper that is in a pair of EMS brand thin lines is 10x better than these insulated pair.

Very dissapointed. Only buy if on sale. (less than $30, otherwise you may be upset wit hthe purchase)
Hyker at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2013

One and done

I Bought these for MA winter off-road biking. I wore them once when it was 28 degrees, with a slight wind. Both my index finger and thumb were too cold to move. I thought at [$] my hands should have been warmer than this. I returned them after my first ride. The fit was decent, although I seem to be somewhere between a large and XL as the index finger and thumb seemed too snug.
Larry at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012