Winter Gloves, Socks, and Hats

Nov 3, 2014

ibex merino hat defeet merino gloves

Wintertime is just around the corner, and we have just what you need for those mornings that are a bit more chilly than you’re used to. We have light gloves in two styles: thinner polyester and thicker merino wool with rubber grips. We like the thinner ones by themselves when it’s not too cold, but also as a liner for another glove. Headgear is important, too. We have merino wool beanies from IBex, thin windproof options by Gore Bikewear, and winter liners for Bern helmets.

gore bike wear power so countdown road lobster winter gloves

When the temps drop we have heavy-duty options from Gore Bikewear that are windproof and waterproof. Their Power SO and Road Lobster Claws use Windstopper, a softshell material that prevents windchill while allowing for passive ventilation to wick sweat away. For those chilly and wet days we have the Countdown glove with a warm thermal inner with a waterproof and windproof GoreTex outer. All Gore Bikewear models are designed specifically for cycling and are designed to last.

wigwam comfort hiker wool sock

Socks! For your feet! We’ve got ’em. Wigwam’s comfort hiker are not just comfortable, warm, and wool, but also made in the US. They’re perfect for nearly every wintertime event where socks are necessity. We also have thinner merino wool socks from Giro that will fit in clipless shoes and casual footwear.