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Firstgear TPG Tundra Gloves
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...
Firstgear TPG Axiom Gloves
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...
Firstgear Ultra Mesh Gloves
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...

Latest Reviews

Arturo Hernandez (Richmond )

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Cool gloves

I got my pair and they fit just right. It's been a little cold around here but I wore them already a couple of times. This summer I know I will have well ventilated and dry hands. They seem a little more protective than my full thin leather driver gloves but not as much as my regular riding gloves that have protected knuckles and fingers. Yet very comfortable. I like the fact that I don't have to deal with snapping anything on and off. As long as my hands are cool and dry.

J S Jones (Cave Springs )

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Good Qaulity, Fit Great, Not so much on warmth

Has Good Quality, They looks cool and the Fit is Great, NOW the BUT! Not so much on the warmth. When in the 40's they were ok but now the past couple of mornings in the low 20's with cotton liners my hands got very cold, so no really happy. I ordered the C8 liners to see if that helps any. Option B is electric liners which I was trying to avoid $$ cost.

Pete (Ore city )

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TPG cold riding gloves

They fit very well, are made well. They are comfortable on the grips, not too insulated to interfere with movement.

mike (Port Huron )

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great gloves!

Got these gloves for early spring riding in michigan. So far I have been on a two hour ride in temps of 45...the only thing that was cold was my finger tips at the very end of the ride. Very comfortable not bulky. Only thing I can say that I don't like is the fingers are a bit long. I wear a large and ordered a large. Really like the roomy gauntlet and the one hand pull to cinch it down.