Tour Down Under 2024 Limited Edition Jersey
Maximum safety and visilbity on the road.

Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race
Ride with Cadel on Victoria's Iconic Great Ocean Road

The Dementia Project
The Fight Against Dementia

Classics - Tour Paris Roubaix
Experience the emotions of the Hell of the North

AusCycling Australia Team Kit
AusCycling 2022 Australia Team Kit Available Now!

Dedicated to the Flanders road race

Face Masks
Santini Washable Face Masks Available Now


UCI Gold & Centenary Editions
Celebrate the 100 Year Anniversary of UCI

IMOLA - UCI Road World Championships 2020
Road Cycling World Championships 2020

The Heroic Spirit of Santini

La Maglia Nera
The Fight to Finish Last

La Vuelta
The Beautiful Grand Tour

Limited Edition Commemorative Kits

Road Cycling Gloves


Whether you’re out cycling in the depths of winter or barrelling downhill on a hot summer’s day, these ‘handy’ cycle clothing accessories are worth their weight in gold! So, what features should you be looking out for? We recommend:

  • Anti-shock, anti-slip and/or anti-abrasion palm padding
  • Great breathability - none of us enjoys sweaty hands out on the bike
  • High wrist can provide extra coverage and protection
  • Elasticated bands help to get the gear on and off easily
  • Water-repellent
  • Thermofleece for full-finger winter options
  • Reflective details - every little bit counts!

Frequently Asked Questions

Should you wear gloves on a road bike?

Yes, without question. Road bike gloves help protect your skin against debris scratching you, sunburn, insect bites and potential road rash. They’re also handy for wiping sweat off the brow!

What should I look for in road cycling gloves?

We’ve shared some good tips above. If we can distill it into one word, though, we’d say Santini! If you buy from here, you’re buying the best road cycling gloves.

Do all pro cyclists wear gloves?

No - they are not mandated to wear them as part of their kit. However, a lot do. It all comes down to personal preferences. Very rarely will you see them racing in full-finger road cycling gloves given the season starts in spring. However, perhaps they become a little more frequent during high-altitude stages or when there’s flash bad weather.