The aggressively (and appropriately) named Taurus glove is quite simply the best cold weather touring glove on the market. Fit for tackling the coldest weather you can imagine—or, say, a polar bear—this overbuilt battle gauntlet is as warm as it is waterproof. Credit for this feat goes to a PrimaLoft Eco liner backed by a Gore-Tex membrane, and a unique shell construction.
The glove is made of an outer shell and membrane as two separate layers. This means you can wear one layer over your jacket sleeve and the other layer inside your jacket sleeve.
It gets REVIT’s clever cuff system, too, by which opening the glove cuff at the right angle (it takes a little practice) levers a thin strap that cinches the glove up tight.
This glove is a medley of Superfabric, Cordura, Goatskin 500D Ripstop and Teflon coatings. While it’s overkill for a casual run to the coffee shop, if that coffee shop happens to be located in New Hampshire and you’re leaving early in the morning from New York, in November, then this is the glove for you.
It’s the warmest glove available unless you go for a heated option.