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$76.99 MSRP $84.99

Rating 4.59 of 5 (15 Reviews)

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Pokerun Winter Long Leather Gloves
  • Goatskin and stretch fabric construction
  • Bemberg waterproof membrane plus 100g insulation
  • Adjustable Velcro® brand closure wrist and cuff straps
  • Clarino palm
  • Free floating knuckle protector
  • Long gauntlet styling
  • Item # 22189

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Worth the money

I have not had the chance to try these out in cold weather. Comparing these gloves to others I have had, I will have to say that they initially out rank them all. Although I think that 76 bucks is a lot for gloves, I am sure that they are worth it. I do like the styling and the fact that they are all leather. The fit is good although make sure that you buy one size bigger than usual. I really feel that they are a quality item and can't wait to put them into use.

Scott - February 05, 2010

(Lincoln, NE)

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Pokerun Winter Long Leather Gloves

Great gloves, rode with these gloves last winter -10 degrees hands got cold but hey it was -10, at a warmer +30 they were very toasty.

Marc C. - October 25, 2010

(Kankakee, IL)

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As good as gloves get.

These are fantastic gloves; good leather, form-fitting, knuckle protection, warm and windproof. Good feel through the fingers and I had no trouble finding the turn signal or the horn. I've got a medium size hand and the mediums fit perfectly, like they were custom made. I've tried 250 dollar gloves that were nowhere near as nice looking and comfortable as these. A great buy!

drDave - December 08, 2011

(Chicago, IL)

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Pokerun Long Winter Gloves

Gave as Christmas gift and the recipient was really pleased.

R. Davis - January 05, 2012

(Lamar, CO)

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Pokerun Winter Gloves

My husband said he wanted these for Christmas, so I bought them for him. He is thrilled with the fit , the comfort and the warmth. Good price for the quality!

Kathryn - January 16, 2012

(Fort Worth, TX)

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Great value!

These are the best winter gloves I have owned, and I've been a daily rider for over 20 years. Well balanced design for comfort, warmth, protection and dexterity. And I think they look good too.

Dan - February 09, 2012

(San Leandro, CA)

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Best winter gloves for the money

I looked at a lot of winter gloves before buying these. I'm glad I did my research. These gloves are amazing and better than anything else I was able to find at this price point. Very comfortable and high quality. Keeps my hands reasonably warm down to about the mid/high-30s. There are seams that press against the meaty part at the base of my thumbs. But after breaking in the gloves, this annoyance has gone away.

Rich - June 13, 2012

(Seattle, WA, WA)

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Good cold weather choice

Very pleased with these gloves. They work well in degree weather.

Royce - January 09, 2012

(Muncie, IN)

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Pokerun - Winter Long Leather Gloves

I am very pleased with these gloves. They are comfortable and keep my hands warm during inclement weather. I will add that they do run a bit small, I recommend that you go one size up.

Terry Hopkins - November 23, 2009

(O'Fallon, IL)

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Great fit, best for temps above 40

Best gloves I've ever owned for general riding. Good protection all around.

Dom - April 12, 2011

(Greenwood Lake, NY)

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Absolutely a good price for excellent gloves!

I've had them for about a year now & they performed great. A little below 30 degrees & your hands can start getting cold. I bought some liners to take care of that. Took a day & I was used to the bulk (I use fingerless or thinner gloves generally) for average California weather. Controlling the bike...no problem. They are the gloves I wear 90% of the time unless it's just too hot.

the Navigator - July 12, 2011

(Vallejo, CA)

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Versatile Protection

From 27-65 degrees these gloves have felt just right. They were about a half size too small until getting caught in the rain.{hands stayed dry}

Jon W - December 19, 2011

(southern, WV)

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Warm hands

I work with leather making holsters. The craftsmanship is great on these gloves. The sizing is not. Mediums are fitting very snug. After break in this should be ok. Rode a bit with them today. They feel great a little more bulky then I am used too. After 20 miles I was used to them. Should do well in the cold for a short cold ride to work.

weld387 - October 17, 2012

(Douglasville, GA)

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Define Winter...

I've had these gloves through two winters. Great fit, comfortable, nicely made, but over 30-45 minutes in sub 30s and my hands are numb, even with silk liners and a pair of nylon gloves just to get as many layers as possible. I commute ~50 miles on the interstate at 60-80 mph the whole way, so I'm asking a lot at those temps, but I'm on the lookout for something better.

Jason - May 21, 2013

(Atlanta, GA)

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Pokerun Winter Long Leather Gloves

I ordered the gloves in size 3X (I usually wear 2X - Cortech, Alpinestars and Icon gloves)) and they are tight. The leather is a little too soft, but the gloves are nicely padded. The gloves do have knuckle and lower finger protection which could be better on the fingers higher up. The opening of the gloves is tight. I do not understand why a 3X glove would have an opening smaller than a 2X opening like I have on my other gloves. The gloves are a little bulky but not bad. They will keep you warm to about 30 degrees. You cannot use a liner with the gloves since they are tight. Not bad but a little pricey when compared to other gloves.

Edward P W. - December 06, 2010

(New York, NY)

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