Alpinestars C-1 Windstopper Gloves

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Alpinestars C-1 Windstopper Gloves - Black

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Rating 3.40 of 5 (3 Reviews)

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Alpinestars C-1 Windstopper Gloves

Short cuff city commuting glove, constructed using Gore-Tex Windstopper outer shell fabric combined with hard knuckle protection. Leather palm construction keeps hands protected from the asphalt giving this glove excellent comfortable performance in wet and chilly conditions with ample riding protection.

Features:
  • Lightweight, windproof, and water resistant city riding glove
  • Two-piece construction with Windstopper®, stretch Nylon fabric main outer for effective insulation
  • One piece full-grain leather palm construction
  • 3mm EVA padding on fingers
  • Hard knuckle protection, covered by Windstopper® fabric
  • Knitted cuff for comfort and flexibility
  • Printed logos
  • Item # 17121

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Versatile for Summer/Fall

Gloves fit snug and comfortable. Only windstopper with hard knuckle that wasn't too sporty. Keeps wind out and hands warm/dry. When weather dips below 50 they are not sufficient to keep hands warm but work great on cooler mornings and still able to handle hot days. ATGATT

Marc - September 29, 2011

(Lodi, NJ)

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These gloves were somewhat pricey. They look nice, easy to put on and take off. They are good for 45*+ temperature. Anything below that and they don't keep you warm, even with liners. Even a short commute under 30 minutes with liners my fingers were going numb. It would make a good winter glove for let's say California, other than that don't expect much.

Oswaldo - February 28, 2014

(Clarksville, 0)

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Okay but expensive.

I’ve used these mostly on my short commute to work and even with heated grips and hand guards, they don’t keep my hands very warm. This has been during our mild NW winter, maybe they’d be fine on warmer days, but then why would you need (supposedly) wind proof gloves? The entire palm area is one piece of material so I’ve had some issues with them bunching up on my palm when gripping the bar. On the plus side, they look cool and are quick to take on and off - no Velcro or snap closures to fuss with. The protective knuckle armor looks like it would do the job but I'm not sure how well the rest of the glove would hold up in a spill. These gloves are okay, but when you factor in how much they cost, they’re not such great a deal.

Dave - May 04, 2010

(Seattle, WA)
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