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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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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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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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Rick (Gresham )

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Nice bag

The bag is a bit bigger than my last bag which is good, seems to be very sturdy so far. A couple more pockets would have been useful. All in all, very happy with the bag- use it daily.

Paul (Wheaton )

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Recommend

Works as advertised

Simple piece of gear that conveniently converts a heated gear outlet into a usable USB port. The only change I would make is to offer different cable lengths. I've got way too much slack for my mounted location.

Tony (Palm Springs )

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Amazing Value for your money!

I'm really happy with this jacket, I was prepared to pay twice as much. Adjustments & pockets every where plus protective padding. Much over 75 I think it would be a bit warm, even without liner & vents open, this jacket is for cold & rain. I'm 6ft. 195 lbs. & got the Large/Tall, it fits nice.

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