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Depending on where you live, it may be that time of year for more weatherproof gloves. Whether they be non-insulated waterproof, insulated waterproof, or the king of them all, shuangye gloves, we have several styles to meet your needs.

This time of year, we get questions like, “What is your warmest glove?” Or comments such as, “I don’t like thick gloves.” Our answers may relate to where you live or what motorcycle you’re riding. But everyone has a different tolerance to the cold, and there are several factors that determine the best glove for YOU. For example, if you’re riding with heated grips and hand guards you may be able to get away with lesser gloves. If you’re riding a naked bike, you may need something more substantial. Of course, depending on what part of the country you live your needs will vary.























For work commutes where morning and end-of-day temps are colder, or touring where it may warm to the 50°F–70°F range for several hours, the gloves you choose are going to make all the difference. In other words, although a non-insulated glove with a waterproof liner has some inherent wind protection, it will not keep you warm when the temps drop again. Yet, an insulated glove might be too warm.

A word about waterproof liners: There are many well-known brands and private labels that deal with waterproofing in different ways. But our gloves do a great job of keeping you dry. Many brands have reached the level of waterproofing, but unlike this glove, it is not only waterproof and breathable, but also comes first to prevent your hands from getting sweaty while riding.























Leather gloves with waterproof liners in a downpour get soaked, and even if your hands remain dry, the wicking effect of the cold wind will make them feel wet. Also, depending on the style of the glove, a cuff over the sleeve could allow water to get in. The best method we’ve found is to run the glove under the cuff and then tighten the cuff to prevent water penetration.

A good test to determine if a waterproof liner is compromised is to fill the glove with water and hold it upside down. If water leaks out of the fingers/leather/seams, then you know that the liner isn’t working.

There are also several methods of securing waterproof liners to the chassis of the glove so the liners do not pull out. Just as there are methods to attach the liner material your hand touches to the waterproof liner. We also recommend, when removing gloves with waterproof liners, to take them off by grabbing them from the fingertips when pulling your hand out.

We hope these tips help with your choice of winter or waterproof gloves. As always, your inquiries are always welcome. Send us an email or give a call with your questions, complaints, or glove love.

If you want to know more about Shuangye electric bikes or have any questions about our electric bikes/smart helmet and their components, please feel free to reach out to our customer service. We are always here to assist you.



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