Design：Souke lightweight winter cycling gloves are made from a water-resistant and windproof outer shell and lined with thermally insulated fleece which helps ensure that hands remain warm and dry in light rainfall or snowy conditions. The extended knitted wrist cuffs provide better coverage and more warmth without excessive bulk.
.Gloves can be hand or machine-washed in warm or cold water.
.Do not dry clean.use bleach or fabric softener Air-Dry. preferably away from direct sunlight.
The micro-fiber thumb offers a comfortable way to wipe away sweat or ice accumulation from your glasses when you're working hard. Reflective elements increase visibility in low light conditions. Double-stitched seams provide increased durability for the season of hard use and frequent washing.
The way the fingers of these gloves are constructed the cut ends of the fabric at the tips of the fingers are stitched inwards. This makes the gloves look good on the outside, but the excess fabric touches and pokes the tips of my fingers and is uncomfortable at that point. I would recommend sizing up with these gloves because of this, even though the ones I got fit my hand very well - if I had got the next size up then my fingers probably wouldn't touch the tips of the gloves and overall probably would have been more comfortable. Wearing the gloves for a while, you definitely notice that they hold the heat in so I think they'll do a good job when the weather starts to cool down in the evenings during the fall, I'm not really very convinced that they would be adequate for a full on Canadian winter though. Materials all seem to be good, there is padding where it should be and not where it doesn't need to be. The stitching throughout is well done and seems to be strong so I don't expect them to pull apart quickly with use. The touch screen material added to one finger on each hand works perfectly fine with my phone - none of the other fingers will register on the screen at all. Overall I'm satisfied with the overall quality, fit and comfort but I'm dropping a star due to the slightly uncomfortable finger tip situation.
I have a medium size glove I'm a male adult with average hands. It fits snug but I think getting size L would be too big and make the index finger too long and prevent accurate touch screen pressing. So medium works for me. The touch active area works great. It's a bit bulky but you get the job done doing phone screen presses while trail biking. The palm has ample grippiness and it works fine to give secure handle hold. Also it is padded so absorbs the bump vibration. The glove is kind of hot. My hands get really warm in mild weather. But for autumn when it's cooler , it will be a welcoming warmth.
I am not an avid cyclist, but, I love biking and hate that I always get blisters in my palms whenever I do; these gloves are well padded to help prevent those blisters. The gloves are warm enough to protect the fingers during spring and fall, but, definitely not for winter. Gloves are well made and should last a long time. The touchscreen compatible fingertip definitely works so I don't need to remove my glove incase I decide to use my phone. Using the measurement guidelines, I chose a medium because my hand was on the higher end of the small; I should have taken the small - the gloves are true to fit based on the measurement guide provided.