March 09, 2013(West Des Moines, IA)
While they are not the most appealing gloves to look at they get the job done in my riding in 30-40 degree weather. Not a lot of protection against a fall but they keep my hands somewhat warm. I have not tested them in the rain but the gloves have a nice interior lining that I believe would keep my hands dry. I gave the "Fit" 3 stars because I ordered a Large and even with the velcro pulled all the way the gloves still feel loose.
light weight Summer gloves water proof
July 31, 2012(Las Vegas, NV)
Very comfortable gloves, warmer than I thought they would be. Haven't use them in wet weather riding yet, so can't comment on their ability to keep the hands dry.
Dry Mesh ?
John P -
June 04, 2012(Fort Worth , TX)
Bought these gloves for myself and son-in-law,the gloves work great in a light rain, but in down pours or caught in the rain for long periods of time hands get wet and lining pulls out when gloves are taken off and take a long time to dry out.
September 01, 2011(Limerick, PA)
These gloves fit well, feel really nice on, but the mesh lets no air through on hot days. I have not used them in the rain. They are good for chilly mornings! I need to use them more to give a real full review. I'll get back to ya. Thanks.
July 06, 2011(Erie, PA)
These gloves look good but that's where the performance ends. I am completely disappointed. The gloves are dysfunctional in a wet environment. They can't be removed and put back on when wet. The inner lining pulls out by sticking to your fingers. Couldn't even pay a toll on the highway without trouble. I couldn't get the glove back on after removing it to get change for the toll. NO GOOD! DO NOT BUY!
April 20, 2011(San Jose, CR, FL)
There's still much road ahead before the combination "waterproof+breathable" will be a reality. These pair of gloves, although nice, are NOT waterproof. They may be called water-resistant, and may keep your hands dry for 15-20min under rain, but after that, your hands will be completely soaked.
Tour Master Dri Mesh Gloves
February 03, 2011(Mt. Sterling, KY)
For the money it will be hard to beat these gloves. I'm very hesitant to order anything before I try it on but the sizing chart was spot on. The gloves fit great and seem to be well made, it's the middle of February so I haven't been riding much in the snow. I ordered them on Monday and they were on the porch on Wednesday, awesome service.
Tour Master Dri-Mesh Gloves are Close to Perfect
Dan D. -
November 15, 2010(San Diego, CA)
I need a set of daily riding gloves. Something for SoCal's "not too hot, not too cold" climate. The last pair I wore out so I started looking for a new set of lightweight, waterproof, breathable gloves. All roads led to the Tour Master Dri-Mesh gloves. I've been happy with other TourMaster MC products so opted for these. The price was right and the reviews were above average. The gloves fit well. Tour Master sizes them correctly. The liner keeps hands dry in wet weather (I had them in the rain in no time!) and the mesh outer shell allows a cooling breeze. Not too shabby. My one complaint: The liner is not sewn in completely and will often snag fingers going in and coming out. This is a pain and I really don't know why glove manufactures don't just sew in the liners. It's frustrating to try to get your hands back into gloves and the fingers only go half-way down! Ah, well. And, as always, great customer service and support by Motorcycle-Superstore staff.
Get what you pay for
October 28, 2010(Davenport, IA)
If you want a perfect glove, then spend twice as much and get it. If you want a descent glove for a cheaper price, then this is it. Riding through rain and hail in Glacier National Park I found these to be warm and waterproof. The fit would improve with a longer cuff.
won't keep your hands dry
September 23, 2010(warrenton, VA)
These may work in light, short rain, but I’ve worn them in a sustained downpour and spotty rain on separate occasions and my hands were soaked. Inner liner bunches up upon removal and makes it difficult to put back on. Make sure you pinch your fingertips when you take them off to keep the liner in place.