100% Hydromatic Waterproof Gloves (Neon Yellow) (S)

100% Hydromatic Waterproof Gloves (Neon Yellow) (S)
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The 100% Hydromatic Gloves are the perfect gloves for wet and cold days out on the bike. This is one of the rare gloves that is designed to be waterproof, not just water resistant. 100% has managed to do this with a few features. The laminated insulated shell with waterproof breathable insert blocks out the water and keeps your hands dry while maintaining exceptional dexterity and control of your bike. The palm is made from Single-Layer PU to protect against the weather and the extra long neoprene cuff makes sure water doesn’t soak your shirt sleeves. These gloves will help you keep riding in comfort no matter how bad the weather gets.


  • Single-layer PU palm for weather protection
  • Laminated mock-mesh top of hand fabric
  • Waterproof-breathable insert secured to outer layer for optimal gripping
  • Silicone printed palm graphic increases grip in wet conditions
  • Reflective graphic on top of hand offer a clean look with improved visibility
  • Extended waterproof neoprene pull-on cuff for more coverage
  • Conductive index finger & thumb keeps you connected with your digital device

Gender: -
Closure: Slip-on
Palm Padding: Single-layer PU palm for weather protection
Touchscreen Compatible: Yes
Knuckle Protection: No
Thumb Wipe: Yes
Color: Neon Yellow

This product was added to our catalog on April 20, 2021

Measurement Guide:

  • Measure from the base of the wrist where the first crease is, to the tip of the middle finger
Length (in)
S7-1/8 - 7-3/8"
M7-3/8 - 7-5/8"
L7-5/8 - 7-7/8"
XL7-7/8 - 8-1/4"
XXL8-1/4 - 8-1/2"

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.