£ 55 GBP
HDrylite Waterproof Gloves
Order by 2pm for Next Day delivery** (if shown in-stock)
60 day ride & return period
**UK if shown in-stock, International orders 2-7 days.
OUR HIGHLY TECHNICAL OUTER LAYER FOR SERIOUSLY WET & COLD WEATHER. COMBINED WITH OUR THERMAL LAYERS, YOU WILL HAVE NO PROBLEM TAKING ON ALL CONDITIONS.
- Designed to fit over other gloves and provide water & wind protection.
- Incredibly light and flexible construction; excellent dexterity for gear shifts and braking
- High Waterproof rating of over 10,000mm WPR (Water Permeability Rating), thanks to patented HDry® technology
- Excellent breathability; more than 20,000g/m2/day WVP (Water Vapour Permeability)
- High and permanent elasticity, owing to high tensile strength
- Lightweight but durable, thanks to Schoeller fabric, ideal for easy packing in your jersey pockets
- Secure tightening through the v-shaped Velcro waterproof opening, with a loop to allow for easy access, whether on the bike or off
- Nose wipe on thumb
- Touch-screen fingertips for easy use of mobile device
- Reflective side strip
The unique Dissent 133 HDry®Lite waterproof cycling outer glove is an innovative concept, and the most technically advanced of the three layers, itself featuring several key parts.
The innermost face of the outer shell is a highly durable super-light 2-way stretch, super high-gauge material, with antimicrobial and anti-odour treatments. The result is flexibility and low-bulk.
Bonded to this is the flexible, seamless fully waterproof, and yet highly breathable, patented HDry® membrane, as used in award-winning Alpine Mountaineering boots. The bonding between the materials uses thousands of tiny glue dots delivering a strong construction, very low bulk and excellent dexterity for easy gear shifts.
The outermost part of the waterproof glove features a cutting-edge material woven by the Swiss company Schoeller® and is treated with their Nanosphere® technology, which results in a self-cleaning effect on the textile surface. This is similar to how the leaves of certain plants always stay clean, because dirt cannot adhere to their finely-structured surfaces. Rain drops wash the dirt particles off easily. Thanks to Nanosphere®, this self-cleaning property is permanently transferred to textile surfaces making them water, oil and dirt repellent. Any residue can be rinsed off with a little water.
Using a unique heat-moulding technique, the waterproof Hdry® membrane is expanded and bonded to the Schoeller® fabric, producing a glove with no leaky stitching, no bulky taping, and no compromise on protection from the most adverse weather conditions.
The HDry® waterproof membrane is often used in award-winning Alpine Mountaineering boots, and other industry-leading extreme climbing/outdoor equipment. The bonding between the materials uses thousands of tiny glue dots, delivering a strong construction, very low bulk and excellent dexterity. The result of the glue dot application is a uniform and steady lamination. This seals the fabrics and seams, without the use of taping, offering dexterity never seen before on garments as waterproof as this. 'Waterproof' products are often as low as 3,000mm WPR (Water-head of Pressure Rated) whereas HDry® is over 10,000mm WPR.
During production, once the outer shell/material is ready, the HDry® waterproof membrane is inserted inside, and expanded whilst being heated. The glue mesh melts, achieving a complete adhesion of the membrane to the glove shell inner face. Once the lamination is completed, the glove shell and HDry® membrane become a single body. The advantages of using the HDry® system are as follows:
- Less weight gain in wet conditions, as water cannot penetrate the outer shell
- Glove returns to natural state much quicker after getting wet (only the thing outer shell needs to dry out), all thermal layers remain protected and dry
- Increased dexterity and tactility as there is no floating insert (one less layer to the glove)
- Greatly improved thermal properties of the glove system, as water does not penetrate outer shell and all thermal layers remain dry. Traditional waterproof gloves often have a permeable thermal layer on the exterior of the glove and thus thermal protection is compromised by absorbed water
- Membrane meets the requirements of EN 659 for fire fighter gloves, and is resistant to blood borne pathogens
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