Knox Zero 2 winter glove

Posted September 24th, 2013 in News Leave a comment

New from Knox for this winter, the Zero 2 glove features two patented elements to deliver comfort and safety. Unique waterproofing technology from OutDry® is combined with SPS, a system invented by Knox to reduce Scaphoid injuries.


Unlike standard waterproof liners, which are sandwiched between the outer shell and inner lining, the OutDry® membrane is bonded directly to the shell. This technique not only prevents a build up of water between the outer and inner layers, but also seals stitching and joins for a watertight result. This makes the glove thinner, yet warmer too, with greater dexterity and feel than many winter riding gloves.

The highly breathable OutDry® System allows body vapour to escape through the glove, preventing moisture build-up and keeping hands dry on the inside. OutDry is wind-proof too, which, combined with the Zero 2’s 115g Primaloft insulation and Bemberg micro-fleece liner, keeps the wearer warm and comfortable for longer.

The low profile cuff section on the Zero 2 fits easily under jacket sleeves. A TPR visor wipe on left thumb helps the wearer keep a clear view of the road ahead, while silicon prints on the end of the first two fingers give increased grip on wet levers.

Manufactured from goat hide, the Zero 2 has a kangaroo leather palm which combines with Knox’s patented Dual Compound SPS Scaphoid Protection System for superb abrasion resistance. The Zero 2 with OutDry is available in black, sizes S-XXL, at a recommended retail price of £129.99 including VAT. Visit

Written by 2Commute (Ian Grainger), © 2022 all rights reserved.
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