November 29, 2011(Brooklyn, NY)
My hands still get cold in 40 degree temperate but it keeps me warmer than summer gloves.
November 29, 2011(East Central, IA)
Rode a couple of hours in the rain with these at highway speeds (50-70 mph), and no water came through. Reasonably breathable, as my hands do not get excessively wet from sweating. Works fine for my sub-20-minute scooter rides with temperatures down to about 35-40°. Much colder/longer without heated grips, and I would need something warmer.
Alpinestars Fuse Drystar Gloves
March 10, 2011(Chestertown, MD)
75 gram Thinsulate feels good for 40 degree weather, maybe even 35. I like the fact that the gloves are short at the wrist unlike many cold weather gloves.
Astars name "Drystar" VERY misleading.
March 12, 2010(Mililani, HI)
Don't let the description steer you wrong, they are not dry.
These are not waterproof AT ALL. They soak all the way through.
They are great for cold weather, very warm to 40 degrees from my experience. Construction and quality is top of the line as most Astars.
AlpineStars Weather Gloves
John Raiano -
March 24, 2009(Temecula, CA)
Great fit, great comfort.
Michael Chas -
November 11, 2008(Jonesborough, TN)
Excellent fit with good dexterity. I don't have hand guards or windshield. I would recommend these for a temperature range of 30 to 50 degrees! Very pleased.
Fuse Drystar Gloves
Walter VanSlyke -
November 11, 2008(Caledonia, MS)
I haven't had a chance to wear them in the rain as yet, and the weather has been quite brisk in the mornings, but not cold yet. Compared to my other gloves, they have kept my hands dry, and on the cool mornings not cold, but cool. Still, they are noticeably warmer than my other gloves. Ask me again at the height of winter and I'll give it another try.