Five launches new mid-season and winter gloves

Five Gloves have launched their 2024 mid-season and winter glove ranges for men and women, including fully heated offerings. With winter a tricky time for riders, these new products have been specifically designed to ensure maximum protection and comfort.

With bitterly cold conditions across many parts of Australia in the chillier months, the effectiveness of a winter glove lies not only in its thickness, but in a plethora of details that make a difference to the rider and their experience.

This is exactly what the Five range of mid-season and winter gloves focuses on, combining the right materials, thermal insulation, weather-proofing, comfort, protection and functionality.

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The 2024 Five range features urban, street and adventure gloves, in short and long cuff, along with some waterproof options. For the transition from Autumn to Winter, the mid-season offerings include the Montana, RS WP (waterproof), Boxer and Kansas WP.

2024 Five Winter Gloves
2024 Five Winter Gloves

You’ll also find the X-Rider EVO, Sport WP, RFX 4 EVO and adventure offerings such as the TFX2 WP. When winter hits, heated gloves complement the existing range, including the premium HG Prime GTX, HG-1 EVO WP and HG-3 EVO WP.

These join the WFX Prime EVO GTX, WFX Tech GTX, WFX City EVO Long GTX, WFX Skin EVO GTX, WFX-1 EVO, WFX-2 EVO and the WFX-4 EVO. Pricing starts from $99.95 for mid-season gloves, while winter gloves start from $179.95.

To find out more, visit the Australian Five Gloves website.

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