Carbon Mittens for Your Hands and Feet


by Byron on Oct 12, 2010 at 9:54 AM

Uploading more photos today from the London Cycle Show and noticed Breezeblockers, a wind shield for your hands and feet.


It doesn’t get that cold here in Seattle, but I know some cyclists have issues with the cold and wear lobster gloves, liners, and so on. These blockers bolt onto your handlebars


and also attach to your feet


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Don’t get me wrong, I like being warm, and love to go riding in 100 degree weather, but t takes some deep freeze temps before I throw on the lobster gloves, and by then, the season for drop bars and slicks is long since over.

What I see there is ridiculous.

don’t know that it gets that cold in the UK either—maybe they’ve got potential with more wind tunnel testing; as they’ve got [a lab box]( and all to prove how you’re hands and feet will stay warm. I just use wool liners with windtech gloves and if it’s that cold, I don’t ride.