By my hand measurement, I should wear a Small... and as indicated, it's fits perfectly around my hand... however the fingers "crotches" are up near my first knuckle - so these would be great if you have shorter fingers (mine are long and skinny, so I frequently have this problem and don't blame Joe Rocket).
Joe Rocket Women's Subzero Waterproof Gloves
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Joe Rocket Women's Subzero Waterproof Gloves.
The Joe Rocket Subzero Waterproof Gloves for Women are your wind and waterproof option for riding in cold weather, hence the name Sub-Zero. These motorcycle gloves will keep you riding and staying warm when the temperatures start to drop.
Joe Rocket Women's Subzero Glove Features
Keep warm and dry in the most extreme riding conditions without sacrificing feel or mobility.
- Wind & waterproof shell
- Waterproof Dry Tech® midliner
- 100g. Thinsulate® insulation
- Slip resistant palm
- Padded knuckles
- Finger gussets for flexibility
Joe Rocket Women's Subzero Glove Sizing
Please measure the circumference of your hand starting at the top side of the base of your thumb (see image chart) using a cloth tape measure and choose your size from the chart below.Please note all measurements are in inches.
|Gloves Size||Hand Measurement|
|S||6.5" - 7.5"|
|M||7.5" - 8.5"|
|L||8.5" - 9.5"|
|XL||9.5" - 10.5"|
Most Helpful Reviews :
I have large hands for a woman & the large size does fit a little tight. I also have bad circulation in my hands. These gloves did a better job of keeping my hands warm than other gloves I have tried.
I always wear a medium in all gloves and I did the measurement just like it showed but these are still too small. My fingers are tight at the end of the gloves so there is no space for warm air to keep my fingers warm.
Just got these gloves a few weeks ago. Tested so far down to 40°, and kept my fingers warm, which I usually have a problem with. Have recommended to my friends. Good quality, great price! Thanks Jafrum for never dissapointing!
I bought these gloves because my hands always freeze when I'm outside in the winter. While I'm not a hard-core rider in the winter, I did want to be able to ride when the temps got lower than 50. So, I got these gloves and my husband and I went snowmobiling. The temp dropped from 48 degrees to 8 degrees while we were riding, but my hands stayed toasty warm! My only "complaint" is that if your hands get a tad sweaty and you take off the gloves, the lining gets bunched up in the fingers. It took me a little finagling to get it right again, but that is no big deal - my hands were sweating and it was COLD out! :)