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Cycling Weekly Digits Gloves Review

Cadence Digits review by Cycling Weekly

Paul Norman February 20, 2017
We've tested the Cadence Digits gloves. They're a mid-weight full-fingered design perfect for early-spring temperatures
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Product Overview
Overall rating:
SCORE 8
Cadence Digits gloves

Pros:

Close-fitting gloves with lots of stretch
Grippy silicone palm print
Touchscreen friendly
Bright colour
Cons:

No padding
Not super-insulating or windproof
Tend to bunch
No reflectives

Cadence Digits gloves Manufacturer: Cadence Price as reviewed:£29.00
Cadence Collection’s Digits gloves are made of mid-weight Cordura fabric. They’re designed to add some warmth in cooler conditions while not impeding use of controls. The palm and fingers are printed all over with a black silicone pattern so they’re very grippy and I didn’t find my hands slipping around, even on wet rides.

Cadence also includes ‘screen touch’ pads on the tips of the index and middle fingers and thumb so that you can operate touch screens and bike computers while wearing them.
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There’s plenty of stretch as there’s 20 per cent Lycra included in the weave, so the body of the gloves and especially the cuffs fit really closely, although I did get some bunching across the palms.

Being woven, the Digits are not windproof although they will keep out a draught, making them good for mild days rather than really frosty conditions. The synthetic fabric stays pretty warm even when wet. You don’t get any padding in the palms, but the silicone print does add a modicum of cushioning.

The fluoro yellow colour adds a bit of visibility, but there are no reflective components to help when riding in low light and at night.

The Cadence Digits gloves are reasonably priced, pocketable and a good addition to a spring cycling wardrobe.

Verdict

A nice mid-weight pair of full-fingered gloves for spring conditions, although you do not get any padding or windproofing.

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