Joe Rocket Sub Zero Waterproof Gloves

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Joe Rocket Sub Zero Waterproof Gloves.

The Joe Rocket Sub Zero Waterproof Gloves 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 Sub Zero Glove Features

It?s all in the name, the Sub-Zero gloves offer excellent cold weather riding comfort and performance. Wind and waterproof treated outer chassis backed by a DryTech mid liner and 100g Thinsulate® insulation offers multi-layered protection in the most extreme riding conditions.

  • Wind & waterproof shell
  • Waterproof Dry Tech® midliner
  • 100g. Thinsulate® insulation
  • Slip resistant palm
  • Padded knuckles
  • Finger gussets for flexibility


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.

Glove Size Hand Measurement
S 6.5" - 7.5"
M 7.5" - 8.5"
L 8.5" - 9.5"
XL 9.5" - 10.5"
2XL 10.5" - 11"
3XL 11" - 12"
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  1. Happy biker here
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    Verified Purchaser - by Bearman

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    I have renaulds, it's when the tips of fingers get white, even when it isn' t that cold. If it's lower than 50 degrees I need the best gloves i can get. These gloves work great!!!!.
  2. Good Value
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    Verified Purchaser - by Fre

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    Good glove for the price. Waiting for some really cold weather to test them out.
  3. JoeRocket Sub Zero Gloves Review
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    Verified Purchaser - by patmoto

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    I ordered those gloves to ride in winter weather conditions. I was expecting leather or more sturdy texture gloves. The XL size is much smaller than I expected and the fleece lining is not as warm as I expected. These gloves are definitely not sub zero rating. I would not use them below 40F. Disappointing but I'm keeping them because they are good for rainy cooler riding days. I ride daily.
  4. Awesome
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    Verified Purchaser - by Don D

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    I bought these gloves last season, rode in temperatures below 30 degrees for approximately 30 minutes at highway speeds above 60mph. After about 30 minutes of run times the tips of my fingers did get acceptably cold. But for the price these gloves are excellent down to 30 degrees in our Southern Climate. As far as the waterproof, they work well but the cuff of the gloves did get saturated with water. Binding the cup helps out tremendously. I will buy them again.
  5. Great Gloves
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    Verified Purchaser - by Barry

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    Great gloves. The gloves come halfway up the arm to keep all wind out of the sleeves. Size was perfect
  6. Comfortable, Warm And DRY
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    Verified Purchaser - by Ski

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    I ordered these and was pleased to put them on to find they were roomy, plush inside and very comfortable to wear in the rain.
  7. Joe Rocket Sub Zero Gloves Review
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    Verified Purchaser - by william

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    These gloves fit well although I can still feel the cold at the end of the ride and the temps were around 35 to 40. I'm happy though
  8. Joe Rocket Sub Zero Gloves Review
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    Verified Purchaser - by Thom

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    30 minutes at 65 mph at 37 degrees and my hands were OK... not really warm, but OK. My previous leather insulated gloves were not this warm; my fingers would have been almost numb. I have not had them in the rain yet, but for the money, these are a great buy.
  9. Joe Rocket Sub Zero Gloves Review
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    Verified Purchaser - by Morrison

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    The XL gloves fit well. Wore them yesterday at 38 degrees F and they kept my fingertips warm. The gauntlets keep the cold from going up your sleeves. Only complaint is they are pretty stiff in the fingers making it a little tricky to work manual blinker switch in traffic. Otherwise are quite functional. A good buy for the price.
  10. Decent Gloves
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    Verified Purchaser - by James A.

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    I purchased these a few days ago. The shipping was fast and I ordered the size XL by the chart. I measured my hand by the chart listed. They fit exact to size, not too small or not too big. Took them on a ride cause it was calling for rain. They worked OK thus the 4-star rating and not a 5, could have been a little better. The inside of the gloves is like most gloves with a fuzzy cloth. It started raining on me as I was driving back home. By the time I stopped and put on my rain gear. My hands were wet and when I went to put on the gloves. I couldn't get them on right. The inside fuzzy liner stuck to my hands and I couldn't get my fingers in the correct finger holes. Got one hand on OK, but the left hand I only got 3 fingers pushed into the finger holes. I Worked for a few minutes in the rain trying to get the other hand on but it just didn't want to go on. So I had to just go with it. Rode about 30 minutes in the rain before getting home. Hands stayed warm and dry once I got the gloves on. Would recommend putting on first before your hands get wet.

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