Best Winter Ladies Motorcycle Gloves
Any lady biker that rides in winter knows just how bitterly cold your hands can get without the right gloves! Once the coldness really sets in it can cause symptoms such as stiff hands, aches and pains, numbness, all of which decreases your ability to use the throttle and levers. Not only that, but it also affect your focus level and in turn your reaction speed. Cold hands are seriously bad news when it comes to your safety and comfort whilst on a motorcycle. In order to combat this and give you the best chance of a comfortable winter ride we’ve shortlisted what we consider to be the top 8 winter ladies motorcycle gloves. Read below to find the best winter ladies motorcycle gloves that suit your ride length and budget.

TOP 10 LADIES MOTORCYCLE GLOVES FOR WINTER


The Held 2472 Johna Ladies Gore-Tex Gloves

Probably the best ladies winter gloves right now

The Held 2472 Johna Ladies Gore-Tex Gloves
Sizing:
XXSmall – Medium (HELD Sizes 5-8)
Special features:
Gore-Tex, Thinsulate, Heatpad
Price level:
£££
Best for:
Anyone riding for 45+ mins at a time
These are THE gloves for Ladies that demand “the warmest women’s motorcycle gloves around”! A Gore-Tex membrane ensures the gloves are 100% waterproof for life whilst a Thinsulate lining keeps your fingers warm. There’s Thermoplush on the back of the hand – the part of your hands that suffer from the wind-chill the most! Finally, the master in all of these warmth giving features is the pocket that holds a heat pad to your wrist. Held are clever, super clever, your wrist has thin skin so heat applied here will warm your blood and you quickly!


The Alpinestars Stella WR-V Ladies Gore-Tex Gloves

A fully optimised women’s touring fit

Sizing:
X-Small – X-Large
Special features:
Gore-Tex, Primaloft
Price level:
£££
Best for:
Anyone riding for 45+ mins at a time
The Alpinestars Stella WR-V Ladies Gore-Tex Gloves
The Gore-Tex membrane ensures that your hands will stay dry for the life of the gloves, offering waterproofing, wind proofing and breathability. An 80g Primaloft lining on the back of the hand fights wind-chill, as that is the part of your hand that is most exposed to it as you hold the grips. The patented third and fourth finger bridge prevents separation in the event of a slide, whilst a leather palm with reinforcements and knuckle padding offers abrasion protection. Great value!


The Richa Arctic Gloves Ladies Waterproof Gloves

RiDE recommended winter motorcycle gloves from Richa

The Richa Arctic Gloves Ladies Waterproof Gloves
Sizing:
Small – X-Large
Special features:
Waterproof, Thermal
Price level:
££
Best for:
Anyone riding for 30-40 mins at a time
Stay warm this winter with these motorcycle gloves from Richa called the Arctic! They’re warm, waterproof and most importantly have the protection you want.
These gloves have hard knuckle armour to offer you protection. They are available in mens and womens, so you can get the perfect fit! Comfortable, waterproof, warm. What more could you want?


The Pegasus H2O Ladies Waterproof Gloves

Designed for the specific fit that a lady needs

Sizing:
Small – X-Large
Special features:
Waterproof, Thinsulate
Price level:
££
Best for:
Anyone riding for 30-40 mins at a time
The Pegasus H2O Ladies Waterproof Gloves
These gloves are perfect those cold and wet days you need to get through to get on with your day. Connect fingertips allow you to use your smartphone without removing the gloves. Laminated reflection panels are sewn into the glove the best visibility without creating seams that hinder the safety of the gloves. These gloves help you stay warm with a Thinsulate C and Thinsulate G liner to trap heat but is still quick to dry. The high loft fur liner naturally contains more air then fibre and the tri-fleece liner traps heat inside by wicking away moisture. A Hydratex Z liner protects you from the rain, with even the seams taped shut to prevent water leaking through. A visor wiper on the finger keeps the rain out of your view and means you are riding at the best of your capability whatever the weather.


The Furygan Land Ladies D3O Evo Waterproof Gloves

D30 armour make these gloves super comfy, they’re CE Homologated too!

Furygan Land Ladies D3O Evo Gloves WP
Sizing:
X-Small – X-Large
Special features:
Waterproof, Thermal
Price level:
££
Best for:
Anyone riding for 30-40 mins at a time
If you’re looking for warm, protective winter motorcycle gloves, then you’re in the right place. Cut especially for women, these motorcycle gloves will fit you perfectly! The leather outer offers abrasion resistance and the knuckle armour is made of D3O. D3O is very soft and flexible, so you’ll hardly feel a thing, but it hardens on impact, offering some of the best shock absorbing qualities on the market. These motorcycle gloves have a waterproof and breathable lining to ensure you stay dry and don’t sweat on those wet rides. There’s also a dual lining, designed to keep the upper of your hand warm and the palm lining is thinner to preserve feel of the levers. These motorcycle gloves also have a rubber visor wipe to keep your visor clear.


The Rev’It! Galaxy H2O Waterproof Ladies Gloves

Specifically designed to fit a womans hand.

Sizing:
Small – X-Large
Special features:
PWR shell, High loft Fur liner
Price level:
£
Best for:
Anyone riding for 20-30 mins at a time
Rev'It! Galaxy H2O Gloves Ladies WP - Black
Designed to fit a woman’s hand, these gloves are trim in appearance but that doesn’t mean they sacrifice warmth or waterproofing nor protection. A connect finger tip means you can still use your smartphone or tablet without having to take your gloves off each time. Large air spaces in the gloves using Thinsulate G insulation help keep your hands warm, while the waterproof hydratex z-liner prevents water from getting through but still allows water vapour to escape so they don’t overheat. An adjustment strap and tab give you the fit you want for the most amount of comfort.


The Held 2271 Cold Queen Gloves Thermal Ladies

Great Value Ladies Winter Gloves from HELD

Held 2271 Cold Queen Gloves Thermal Ladies - Black
Sizing:
XSmall – Medium (HELD Sizes 5-8)
Special features:
Waterproof, Thinsulate
Price level:
£
Best for:
Anyone riding for 20-30 mins at a time
Ladies winter gloves with a good helping of 3M Thinsulate for warmth and Air-Guard upper panel for wind-chill protection. Held’s women’s fit is uniquely adapted for fit with over 60 years experience. These are simply really good value winter gloves for shorter commutes! Waterproof and breathable, the supple cowhide gives excellent grip and the visor wiper keeps your visor clear as well. The Air-Guard upper is for wind chill protection, You have added Superfabric protection and a visor wiper all add comfort to this excellent glove. As with many winter gloves, these motorcycle gloves are thicker than what we usually ride in. After feedback from customers, GetGeared would recommend buying a size bigger than you usually do on this particular model.


The Spada Flame Waterproof Ladies Gloves

Great Value Winter Motorcycle Gloves!

Sizing:
Small – Large
Special features:
Waterproof, Thinsulate
Price level:
£
Best for:
Anyone riding for 20-30 mins at a time
Spada Flame Gloves Ladies WP - Black
Full grain cow aniline leather, internal moulded knuckles, stretch panels, Velcro closures and a Thinsulate lining all come together for some great value winter motorcycle gloves. Along with the full grain cow leather to help keep in the heat and help protect against the rain, these gloves are reinforced with double leather on the palm. Digital leather has also been added for a better grip of the handlebars. Along with the Velcro cuff closure, these gloves come with a Velcro wrist strap adjuster so you get a secure fit the way you want it.

MORE ON WINTER GLOVES

 

If you haven’t already we would suggest reading our blog on how to choose the warmest winter motorcycle gloves. Take the 8-step checklist at the end to help you find the best winter gloves!

 

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