If the glove fits...

Fumbling with the controls when your hands are frozen—or when you're wearing men's gloves that have shorter fingers and don't fit anywhere else—is no fun. The Gore Bike Wear Power SO Women's Glove is designed to fit a woman's hand, and features Gore Windstopper with a thermal lining.

  • Soft material on thumb won't hurt your skin when you get a little snotty
  • Foam-padded palm won't go flat after your season ends
  • Reflective print on back of hand keeps motorists aware of your presence

  • Reviews
  • Q & A

The Warmth I Needed

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used these for late fall mountain biking and they do a great job. My intention was to have something warmer than my traditional gloves. I was also looking for a pair I could run in of needed to get the most bang for my buck. In this light, these gloves are great. I live in Utah, and ride throughout the fall / run in the mornings - however, I'm not a winter commuter and question how the extreme the conditions are that these could work for. A review below mentions the inconvenience of grabbing a water bottle, I've experienced the same problem. I typically ride with a hydration pack so this isn't a problem within my normal kit, but if you're reliant on a water bottle for hydration I would shop around a bit more for a product that has rubber on the finger pads.

Happy Wife Happy Peddling

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

Got these as an early xmas present for my wife. She has used them a dozen times now and loves them. Used in temperatures between 25-45 degrees and they have done well in that threshold. Normally, my wife always has cold hands, but as long as she puts these on when her hands are warm and the gloves are warm, she will stay warm for a 4 hour ride easily. Fit is relaxed, so if you like your bike gear to be spray on tight these aren't for you, but if you tour, mtb, and commute, she recommends them.

Nice gloves but.....

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I use these gloves for road cycling. They are warm and lightweight. The fit is true to size. The cuff is long enough to cover your jacket sleeve so no cold air gets in while riding.

However, the gloves don't have a rubberized pad on the first 2 fingers. It's almost impossible to grab your water bottle, or put the bottle back in the cage. It's a major issue for me. Good outdoor glove, not a good cycling glove.

Great gloves

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Lightweight, warm when they need to be, and quite breathable when you're going hard. I bought the men's version first, then bought my wife a pair. Great for everything outside, including XC skiing and running.

Long Fingers!

    I've been looking for gloves with long enough fingers for about a year. These are by far the best I have found. They keep my hands warm overall, but still get a little chilly on a downhill at 30 degrees. The one thing I really dislike is that there is no Velcro at the wrist. I had to get a M to fit my fingers, and the cuff is about 2" too wide around. A Velcro closure would let me tighten it up. However, I just slip the cuffs under my jacket and that works okay.