White and black stolen goat summer cycling glove

In recent years I’ve often not bothered with wearing cycling gloves in summer as I don’t generally suffer from sore hands.

But, if you do come off, hands are often the first contact point with the ground and gloves can provide some protection.

So when Stolen Goat offered to give us some to try, I was open to being converted.

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Stolen Goat’s unisex cycling gloves are great. I found the padding was comfortable and the tabs under the fingers made it much easier than usual to get them on and off. These mitts don’t have any fussy velcro closure.

An added bonus was a small but adequate towel section to wipe my drippy nose on!

Oh and they did tie our shorts, jersey and socks look together nicely!

I’ve got a feeling summer cycling gloves will remain one of those things that I remember if I remember – but as they go, Stolen Goat’s were fab.

Stolen Goat cycling glove for summer with blue stripe
Padding on underside of stolen goat cycling mitt for summer
Man wearing Stolen Goat cycling clothing descending on bike

Pros

  • Generous padding in the right places
  • Velcro-free!
  • Tabs under the fingers

Cons

  • None

Want more Stolen Goat clothing reviews?

Check out our review of Stolen Goat’s bodyline short sleeve jersey, coolmax socks, gloves and caps.

 

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John Dewey

John Dewey, is an avid cyclist with a tendency to underestimate total riding time (or over-estimate his speed)! It’s been a few years since he hung up the TT skinsuit, but his love of riding continues unabated.

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