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Overmitt clasificado 3.4 de 5 por 26.
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Manoplas cubreguantes de material técnico para mayor protección en climas extremos. Fabricadas en tejido transpirable e impermeable, presentan un diseño tipo manopla y costuras estancas.


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Manoplas cubreguantes para climas extremadamente húmedos y secos

Las manoplas cubreguantes están fabricadas en material técnico para mayor impermeabilidad y aislamiento en climas extremos o para ciclistas que suelen tener los dedos fríos. Las manoplas están diseñadas para llevar sobre otros productos de la gama de guantes Rapha Glove System y están fabricadas en un tejido transpirable e impermeable de triple capa con costuras estancas. El diseño tipo manopla de los dedos imita la pinza de una langosta, y fue utilizado por primera vez por buceadores y alpinistas, ya que al mantenerse juntos los dedos se mantienen calientes

Las Overmitts no entorpecen la movilidad de las manos al cambiar de marcha o frenar y los dedos medio e índice llevan manguitos enrollables para poder retirar el envoltorio de la comida, usar el teléfono o buscar las llaves. Los refuerzos de las palmas y las yemas de los dedos aseguran un correcto agarre del manillar, mientras que los puños incorporan una cremallera impermeable AquaGuard®VISLON® con tirador texturizado para facilitar su uso cuando se llevan guantes. Las manoplas Overmitts presentan un panel en cada una de las manos para secar la nariz, así como ribetes y logotipos reflectantes para mayor visibilidad. El interior está acabado con un forro de punto peinado.

Nota: Las manoplas cubreguantes Overmitts están diseñadas para llevarlas solas o sobre otros artículos de la gama Rapha Glove System, no para usarlas solas en climas fríos.

Características principales:

  • Tejido impermeable de triple capa
  • Costuras estancas
  • Diseño tipo manopla
  • Palmas y yemas reforzadas
  • Cremallera AquaGuard®VISLON®
  • Tirador texturizado
  • Ribetes y logotipos reflectantes

Guía de tallas:

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Por favor comprueba que la guía se imprime con la función "ajustar a escala" desactivada. La impresión debe realizarse con el factor de escala al 100% para asegurar que la guía se imprime con el tamaño correcto.

Glove sizing guide


Tejido impermeable y transpirable de triple capa
Costuras estancas
Diseño tipo manopla
Panel retráctil para descubrir los dedos índice/anular
Palmas y yemas de los dedos reforzadas
Cremallera AquaGuard®VISLON®
Tirador texturizado
Panel para secar la nariz en ambas manoplas
Ribetes reflectantes
Logotipos reflectantes
Forro de punto peinado


Principal: 54% poliéster; 46% poliuretano
Refuerzos de los pulgares con acabado peinado: 100% poliéster


Lavar a máquina: 30 °C
Lavar con colores similares
No utilizar lejía
No usar secadora
No planchar
No lavar en seco

Gloves sizing

Nudillos: Mide alrededor de la parte más ancha de tu mano dominante, entre los dedos pulgar e índice. Por favor ten en cuenta conjuntar tallas si se compra con Overmitts y/o Winter Gloves

    CM Pulgadas

    Nudillos <17 17-19 19-21 21-23 23-25 25+
    Longitud mano <17 17-18 18-19 19-20 20-21 21+
    Nudillos 6.5 6.5-7.5 7.5-8 8-9 9-10 10+
    Longitud mano 6.5 6.5-7 7-7.5 7.5-8 8-8.5 8.5+
Rated 5 de 5 por de Fantastic Full disclosure: my hands tend to get cold very easily. That said, after all sorts of glove combinations/experiments I ordered these lobster mitts. They got the full battle test in -16c weather in DC a couple of weeks ago. I wore the Rapha glove liners underneath and was not cold for one second on that cold and windy 2 hour ride. My toes were blocks of ice so maybe Rapha should make neoprene boots with an outer layer of whatever space age material seals these from all wind and wet getting at my extremities. Three stars for style since lobster hands can never be stylist by default. It's the max rating for that category.
Fecha de publicación: 2016-02-24
Rated 3 de 5 por de unsure about this one! Bought these hoping they'd be the prefect cure to my cold hands in the winter. They are very well made, and have good features (finger slot). I sized myself as a M, but bought L with the aim to fit over warm gloves. I should have gone for the XL. Decided to send back, rather than go for the XL. The wrists seemed too baggy when zipped up, and not slack enough when undone. They also seemed a little too short for a, over mit. Think these could be a great product, but perhaps after a few design tweaks... You look like something out of Dr Who, but that's a price worth paying if you have warm hands.... Would have liked brighter colour option! perhaps lobster pink/orange!
Fecha de publicación: 2016-01-30
Rated 1 de 5 por de Difficult Was excited to try the modular glove system so I used the overmitts with the deep winter gloves as well as the merino liners. I also followed the recommendation to upsize one size for the overmitts. It was exceedingly difficult to get the overmitts on. I even bought 2 sizes up which was certainly easier to get on but then sloppy in the fit. Tried using the whole system in -5 degree F weather and my fingers and especially thumb was painfully cold within 10 minutes. I kept trying them at different temps and at least for me , I was still cold unless it was near 20 degrees F. On a positive note, these are great for rainy weather.
Fecha de publicación: 2016-02-01
Rated 2 de 5 por de Too small and too cold I bought these in size M (same size as I regularly use for gloves) to be used for commuting and a few longer rides during winter. They are really bulky and stiff, making it near-impossible to wear over my other winter gloves (also size M). The only gloves I can comfortably wear inside these are very thin merino liners. Which brings me to my second problem with these: Although properly water- and windproof, the stiff, rubberized material and lack of internal insulation works as a remarkably effective thermal bridge to transfer the cold from the outside to the inside. So when it's properly cold outside (like -5 to -15C), wearing merino liners inside simply does not cut it. They probably work better in above-zero/wet conditions.
Fecha de publicación: 2016-04-04
Rated 5 de 5 por de Excellent gloves that keeps my hands warm As a rider who frequently suffers from cold hands these gloves have seriously helped keep them toasty warm when paired with a pair of the Pro Team Softshell gloves. I can't recommend them enough.
Fecha de publicación: 2016-02-04
Rated 4 de 5 por de Heavy duty hand protection I live in southern Sweden where winters are a grey brownish mess of hurricane force winds, constant rain, and occasional snow with temperatures varying from about -10°C to +10°C but usually hovering around freezing. To my experience colder weather is not so bad. It is only a matter of adding insulation. The difficult stuff is when its around 0° and raining. So these gloves offer no insulation in themselves, that has to be provided by some other glove, but will give you what appears to be complete protection against rain and wind. This is a huge deal. I've never before managed to keep my hands completely dry when it is really coming down. The price you pay is lack of dexterity. Shifting takes a little getting used to and will probably never be really quick. These are not exactly racing gloves, if anyone would have thought so. Also, for people with large hands, like myself, even XL won't offer a massive amount of room for other gloves. I can just about squeeze a winter glove into them but that will result in me not being able to move my hands hardly at all, which also means the insulating properties of the winter gloves aren't really doing all that much work. Thinner liners of some sort are preferable. Nonetheless, I appreciate the fact that the gloves aren't insulated since this makes them a lot more versatile for conditions that are also somewhat warmer.
Fecha de publicación: 2016-02-01
Rated 5 de 5 por de Does Exactly What It Should After much deliberation (mainly around the price) I decided that warm, dry hands were worth the money if the gloves did the trick. I can say that after a deluge of cold incessant Brittish rain, my hands were warm and dry. Note, I paired them with the merino base layer gloves which I also now love. Yes they're expensive but cold, wet hands ruin rides and when you spend so much on a bike, etc, leaving your hands exposed, makes poor sense if you ask me!
Fecha de publicación: 2016-02-06
Rated 3 de 5 por de Industrial strength lobster from outer space mitts These were a bit surprising when they arrived. They are overmitts. Almost no insulation of their own. But the covering is a heavy, stiff, almost rubber-like material. It does bend. You can manipulate gears and breaks. But it's a bit uncomfortable and can feel clumsy at times. They certainly do keep the wind and the wet away from your hands. No problem there. Worn with good liners they keep my hands comfortable below 0C. And if you like looking like some sort of freak from outer space they're definitely your thing.
Fecha de publicación: 2017-01-16
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Hello, Can these be worn with the deep winter gloves? If so, I have a pair large deep winter gloves, what size overmitts should I buy? Thanks 

Preguntado por: Blur
Hi, these can be worn with Deep Winter Gloves. Please order the same size in the Overmitts.
Respondida por: Rapha_CD
Fecha de publicación: 2016-12-28

If the Overmitts are worn over the Winter Gloves - do you need to buy the size up to make them fit?

Preguntado por: AndyJ
Hi, when the Overmitts are worn with the winter gloves we suggest taking the size up.
Respondida por: Rapha_MJ
Fecha de publicación: 2016-11-24

Hi are the over mitt meant to go over the merino lines or over the winter gloves or both?

Preguntado por: BARRABUS
Hi, The Overmitts may be worn over both the Winter Gloves and the Merino Liner glove.
Respondida por: Rapha_MJ
Fecha de publicación: 2015-11-23
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