Men's Size Guide
This is a standardised guide to give you an idea of what size you will need, however some brands may vary from these conversions.
The SealSkinz ‘Brecon XP’ gloves are designed to enhance your cycling performance in all weather conditions. The cycling gloves are constructed with extra insulation and extended stretch cuffs to maximise warmth and comfort.
The gloves are completely wind and waterproof, enabling you to proficiently cycle through variable climates. An anti-slip lining combines with a gel padded, soft synthetic palm to provide a comfortable, secure fit. The gloves also feature SealSkinz branding and touchscreen compatible material on the thumbs and index fingers. –M.R
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I´ve been using the gloves for about a month now. So far three times in -3 and two times in -1 during my morning commute. My hands tend to freeze easily and I´ve been on the search for a pair that can handle the Swedish winter without going full on mittens. Since I´m commuting daily there will be times when its raining. So I wanted a pair of gloves that can take sub zero, rain and still be able to flick my gears. I bought a pair of XL and they leave a little bit of room on my fingertips, very good for the really cold rides. -3 is not a problem, my hands didn't freeze but they weren't super toasty either. It will be interesting how they hold up when its -10. They are indeed water and wind proof however my hands tend to become a bit moist on rides above 3 degrees. Breathability is good but not awesome. You can operate your smart phone with your thumb and index finger but I find it hard to control. You´ll have to press hard and precision isn't great. All and all these are very warm gloves that have a snug fit with a pretty good sense of dexterity. I´d buy them again.
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