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100% Brisker Cold Weather Gloves
100% Brisker Cold Weather GlovesThe 100% Brisker is made specially for the more adventurous moto rider. The rider who doesn't mind hitting the track or the hills in the fall and winter. The insulat...
MSR Cold Pro Gloves
MSR Racing Cold Pro Gloves Nylon Suplex® outer shell, Hipora® waterproof lining, Thinsulate¬ô thermal insulation and comfortable Outlast¬ô liner Neoprene backhand and knuckle panels for maximum cold...
Klim Inversion Insulated Gloves
Klim Inversion Insulated Gloves Wanting a little more warmth in your Inversion Glove without sacrificing grip, breathability and comfort? Look no further than the Inversion Insulated Glove from KLI...
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Fly Racing Title Cold Weather Long Gloves
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Title Cold Weather Long Gloves
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Fly Racing Title Cold Weather Long GlovesCovering an even wider temperature range than the 907 MX Gloves, the Fly Title Cold Weather Long Gloves are designed to ensure you finish the ride or race n...
Leatt GPX 5.5 Windblock Gloves
Leatt GPX 5.5 Windblock GlovesGPX 5.5 Windblock gloves offer a minimalistic protection system for off-road racing. The upper is made of four-way stretch material that is both windproof and water re...

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Juan (North Miami )

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Started to unpick in 20 days

The gloves are great, they look really good and the grip is awesome. But I had this gloves for 20 days or less and the strip that helps to tie the gloves started to unpick so I had to return them. Also the Velcro is a little large so you will fell kind of uncomfortable on your wrist. But nothing you can't handle.

Monica C Whinery (Eucha )

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Awesome gloves

My husband LOVES these gloves!!!! They are lightweight, breathable, and flexible. They are also very thin. The fit is perfect. Several of our riding buddies have complimented on them and are interested. The different variety of colors and patterns makes them more popular. There are enough patterns to match any uniform you have. They are so much cheaper than most brands. We have some Fox gear lovers that are considering buying these!

Blake (Phuket Thailand )

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I should have spent a little more

I should have spent a little more for a better pair. Thumb is a little short. Color is printed on. Not thrilled.

Brent (Denton )

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Good, but with reservations

Fit fine; I'd suggest to go up a size, though. I wear Large in Speed & Strength, Roland Sands, Icon, and these in XL fit similar to those. Are reasonably comfortable (I'd challenge their claim that the outseam construction provides "unmatched comfort"-it's good, but my Speed & Strength gloves are far more comfortable), are built to Klim's typical standard of quality, and the technical features all perform as advertised. The Gore Windstopper keeps the elements out nicely. My major gripe is with the palm material. I don't care for how the ScotchGuard coated Pittards Armortan leather feels on the controls. It has an almost unnatural amount of grip on the levers and grips, so much so that it interferes with precise modulation of the throttle, and the brake and clutch levers.

John (Murrieta )

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PC Racing glove liner

I race NHHA, District 37 and Score events over the years and I won't ride without these liners. I have no blisters since using these gloves, none. They work. They are comfortable. They are worth the price.

Tim (LAS VEGAS )

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Great for cold weather

Took them out in the early morning, about 35deg out. They perform well. Palm breathable, back side of hand stays super warm.