The Ronhill Wind-Block Running Gloves is designed to give your fingers and hand protection from wind chills and cold temperatures during the winter months. Additional features make this glove highly functional. The splits in the thumb and forefinger allow improved grip and touch for things like phones and keys, whilst the soft towelling allows you to wipe perspiration away with easy on the move.
Ronhill Wind-Block Running Gloves Specification:
- Windproof and water resistant to back of the hand
- Thermal and lightweight to the palm of the hand
- Fast wicking and drying
- Smart-tip – use your mobile device with ease
- Soft towelling thumb for wiping away perspiration
- Palm grips
- Finger tip slits for better grip/touch
86% Polyester, 14% Elastane
- Wash at 30 degrees
- Wash with like colours
- Do not bleach
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not iron
- Do not dry clean
- Do not iron print
- Do not use biological detergents
- Do not use fabric conditioner
- Dry away from heat
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Dr Ron Hill MBE founded the brand in September 1970, five months after becoming the first Briton to win the Boston Marathon in a record time of 2:10:30. His sole purpose: to produce kit that kept him winning.
Dr Ron gained a PhD in Textile Chemistry, from the University of Manchester and through alchemy and his art as a runner, began to rethink the fly-by-night running kit of the time. After winning the Commonwealth Games in 1970 he developed the ‘side-split short’ which famously become the Freedom Short and the Mesh Vest – both having accompanied him to his greatest victories on the road.
Ronhill is proud of our founder and the heritage he has allowed. His lifelong passion of running and improvement is shared within the team and products we produce today. With 50 years of retrospect, Ronhill has benefited from the experiential learning and change that has occurred within running – from its sporting roots, to a lifestyle and universal culture.
Our purpose now is to make a better future for today’s runner by sustainably developing the elements of our past.