Winter brings with it many challenges for cyclists, not least when it comes to keeping your hands warm and dry when riding. Cold and wet hands can quickly ruin a ride, and do nothing for your motivation when it comes to riding in inclement weather.
Luckily, at least as far as your hands are concerned, the team at The Rider Firm has you covered, literally, with the company’s new Dissent 133 three-layer glove system. Could this be the answer to cold, wet hands this winter? The three layers comprise of a silk liner, thermal glove, and either a windproof glove and waterproof glove, designed to be worn on their own in the right conditions, or all together if it’s particularly foul out there.
The Dissent 133 (named so because there’s an average of 133 days of rain in the UK every year, apparently) system follows the theory that you would layer your clothing when the weather gets bad, so why not your gloves, too?