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Superb protection and comfort for your hands, no matter what the weather conditions are like on your ride.

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Product code: 15897242 / 186684

Superb protection and comfort for your hands, no matter what the weather conditions are like on your ride.

The Sealskinz All Weather Cycle XP Gloves are protective, dexterous and comfortable, with a box finger construction and pressure point padding.

  • Totally waterproof, breathable and windproof
  • Anatomically positioned silicone print padding increases grip and comfort
  • PU suede wiper on thumb for a multitude of uses
  • Anti-slip to improve dexterity and virtually eliminate pull-out
  • Thumb and index finger allows use of touch-screen devices
  • Reflective detailing for added safety


Delivery and collection options

XS 33 - 35" 27 - 29"
S 36 - 38" 30 - 32"
M 39 - 41" 33 - 35"
L 42 - 44" 36 - 38"
XL 45 - 47" 39 - 41"
2XL 48 - 50" 42 - 44"
3XL 51 - 54" 45 - 48"
XS 84 - 89cm 69 - 74cm
S 91 - 97cm 76 - 81cm
M 99 - 104cm 84 - 89cm
L 107 - 112cm 91 - 97cm
XL 114 - 119cm 99 - 104cm
2XL 122 - 127cm 107 - 112cm
3XL 129 - 137cm 114 - 122cm

Men's Clothing size guide

Measuring tips

Take your actual body measurements as they are more accurate than measuring over your clothes or shoes.

Collar: Measure around the base of the neck where the collar sits.

Chest: Measure the chest at the fullest part, placing the tape close up under the arms.

Waist: Measure the natural waistline.

Inside Leg: Measure from the crotch to where your trouser is normally worn on the shoe.

Jacket Length: Measure from the centre back of your neck to your hemline. The length measurement will vary depending on the style.

Feet: Use a ruler or tape measure to measure your foot (from the heel to the tip of your longest toe) Be sure to measure both feet. Many people have feet of different sizes. Fit to the larger of the two.

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Rating

2.50 out of 5
6 reviews
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2.50 out of 5

Not waterproof

Had a pair given to me years ago. Worn in various weather conditions on mountains in wind, rain and snow. Fit is ok but definitely not waterproof, leaving hands cold and wet. Other gloves are better.

2.50 out of 5

Very good waterproof gloves

I tend to ride for around an hour and a half each day in all weather conditions . I have used these gloves over autumn and winter and they are superb.Water proof warm and comfortable .

2.50 out of 5

Seal Skinz Waterproof cycle gloves XL

These gloves are a nice fit and have a few good features not one of which is being waterproof - the one thing I specifically wanted in this glove as advertised on the packaging.
I went out in the pouring rain for an hour and a half today on my road bike and they became like wet sponges in the end. I will be returning them

2.50 out of 5

Great pair of gloves

Bought these after some heavy rain recently. Could not decide between large or xl went for larger size. Comfortable to wear. Do not feel to big to grip handle bars, plenty of feel. Been out in the rain without any water coming through. Good seal at wrist. The luminous yellow is great for commuting and quite visible when giving hand gestures eg. turning.

2.50 out of 5

sealskinz waterproof gloves

Purchased these gloves a couple of weeks ago now and they look great and feel very good and comfortable on but and i mean a big but, They are NOT repeat NOT waterproof at all so be warned.

2.50 out of 5


I brought these gloves on my first ride cold fingers.
Only 8 degress on a Saturday afternoon ride.
Due to not being windproof. Staff not helpful in the store. I was asked if I tried the gloves on.
How else would you know if they were windproof?
And asked where does it say they are windproof?
On the packaging and on your site.
I paid £39.99 I don't recommend these gloves.
My old gloves ( £5.99 ) were much warmer. And no cold fingers or thumbs.

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