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Firstgear TPG Tundra GlovesTake cover from the cold in the Firstgear TPG Tundra Gloves. Waterproof-breathable, Hipora lining 200 gram Thermolite insulation for superior warmth Leather palm with ara...
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Firstgear TPG Cold Riding Gloves Ride out the cold in the Firstgear TPG Cold Riding Gloves. Full leather construction with elasticized wrist 200 gram Thermolite insulation for superior warmth Hipo...
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Firstgear TPG Axiom GlovesLightly insulated with full waterproofing, the TPG Axiom gloves from Firstgear are an all-weather choice that is capable of covering a wide variety of motorcycle riding st...
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Firstgear Mesh Tex Gloves Full leather palm and fingers for durability Box finger construction with stretch sides for a flexible, natural fit Articulated fingers provide a more instinctive fit whe...
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Firstgear TPG 37.5 Tech Glove Liners No tricks, no gimmicks, the TPG 37.5 Tech Glove Liners are instead simply a smart use of innovative materials. Made from a material that is able to wick away m...
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Firstgear Ultra Mesh Gloves Full leather palm and fingers for durability Poly mesh for ventilation Box finger construction with stretch sides for a flexible, natural fit Articulated fingers provid...
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Firstgear Women's Ultra Mesh GlovesFull leather palm and fingers for durability Poly mesh for ventilation Box finger construction with stretch sides for a flexible, natural fit Articulated fingers ...
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Firstgear Master Gloves A uniquely warm climate bad weather glove, the Master takes the waterproofing of Firstgear's winter gloves and puts it in a more slimmed down, sport touring style fit. Suppl...
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Firstgear Kathmandu GlovesAn all-around performer, the Firstgear Kathmandu gloves mix hard knuckle protection with a waterproof, adventure ready construction. From the daily ride to work to the lon...
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Firstgear Women's Fargo Gloves Three season sport touring is the name of the game with Firstgear's Women's Fargo gloves. Able to walk that fine line between full coverage and a slim profile, the Fa...
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Firstgear Fargo Gloves Three season sport touring is the name of the game with Firstgear's Fargo gloves. Able to walk that fine line between full coverage and a slim profile, the Fargo feature a wa...
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Firstgear Swagman Gloves Don't let the name Swagman throw you off, these Firstgear gloves are in fact storm ready with a water and windproof construction. Thought has gone into the gauntlets to mak...
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Firstgear Explorer Gloves Reexamined and improved over the past year, the Firstgear Explorer re-debuts as a rather versatile three season touring glove. Still a leather/textile hybrid construction,...
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Firstgear Kilimanjaro GlovesThe all-new Kilimanjaro Glove embraces the heritage of this classic all-weather glove, with improved fit and cutting-edge styling and the full protection and comfort tha...
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Firstgear Navigator Gloves The new Navigator glove is a waterproof and breathable, gauntlet style with a drawstring inner gaiter to seal out the elements. Full leather construction with Chamude®, s...
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Firstgear Women's Explorer Gloves Reexamined and improved over the past year, the Firstgear Women's Explorer re-debuts as a rather versatile three season touring glove. Still a leather/textile hybr...
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Firstgear Route 36 GlovesSuperb fit, outstanding comfort and featuring touch-screen sensitivity, the Route 36 is everything you want in a 3-season glove. Ideal for commuting and terrific for weeken...

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Rich (Windsor )

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Mesh Gloves

This my 4th pair of First Gear gloves. These run very small. My others did not. I would recommend buying from a store rather than ordering online. Too small to complete the review.

Sean (Redding )

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Very pleased with this purchase

I can't imagine a jacket that's better to wear riding in hot weather. (even 85-90 degree days) With the liner out, this jacket feels really safe with the textile material and the built in armor, and breathes INCREDIBLY well. As soon as I start rolling, the air flows through it freely. The heat gets pulled right off of you. Then, with the liner snapped in, the windbreaker material keeps me more than warm enough for those 65-70 degree late night/early morning rides. For what I spent on it, I couldn't be happier. I'm 6'5" 165 lbs (super tall and skinny) and the medium tall fits me great. I could use another inch maybe in the sleeves but that's to be expected for my lankiness. I just got a pair of gloves that are designed to tighten over the sleeve and problem solved.

Kevin (Westport )

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Torrent duffle

We own the 25L and 40L sizes. My wife and I carry one each on the back of our bikes when touring. The bags themselves are perfect. We've never had any leakage and they easily attach to the motorcycle. My only complaint is with the straps which are barely long enough for the 40L bag if fully loaded. The straps also tend to creep and loosen over time. I solved this by adding a strip of tape just past the buckle. Looking into adding cam buckles to speed the process.

Jim (Juliaetta )

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Tested in a lot of rain

These are great gloves for those cold mornings or rain. The back is lightly insulated while the palm is soft leather. I use these with heated grips and have been comfortable with temperature down in the 40's and up to about 70. What I like the most about them is they aren't bulky like most insulated gloves. It is easy to work controls with the non insulated finger surface while the insulated back keeps your fingers warm. I've used them in a couple of heavy rains and they kept my hands warm and comfortable. They are easy to put on and take off with the inside Gortex layer bonded to the outside. I usually wear a large but these are a little loose. My hands are long but not big around so I don't know if a medium would fit better or the fingers would be too short.

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