AGV Sport Telluride Touring Gloves

$64.00

Rating 4.07 of 5 (6 Reviews)

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AGV Sport Telluride Touring Gloves
  • A full length, all weather multi purpose glove
  • Constructed of a hybrid combination of premium cowhide leather and Schoeller Keprotec textiles for high tear strength and abrasion resistance
  • Plush, soft and comfortable interior
  • Hipora membrane is waterproof and breathable
  • Internally insulated for the warmest possible results on cold days
  • Clarino synthetic leather reinforced palm, index finger and thumb for maximum abrasion resistance
  • Hard metal mesh armor with shock absorbing memory foam on the knuckles for extra protection
  • High tensile strength nylon thread stitching used throughout
  • High impact or use areas are all double stitched
  • Pre-curved fingers for a snug and comfortable fit
  • Dual layer panels are used in the upper hand for the finest non-binding fit possible
  • Elastic band in wrist for a snug fit
  • Large reflective panel is used on the back of the hand for added safety
  • Single cuff closure with shock absorbing foam padding in the wrist area
  • Available in sizes S-XXL
  • Item # 29979
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  • Mfr. Part #

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Overall Rating: 4.07 of 5

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What Other Riders Are Saying...

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Okay

They seem decently built. Typical Euro glove with thin fingers and tight palm for the size. Otherwise okay.

Brian - November 20, 2013

(San Antonio, TX)

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Not very warm, not very dry

Got these specifically for Winter riding. Figured they would do the trick. However, anything below 40 degrees and they are useless. Within minutes of riding at 65mph, my fingertips would start to get numb. Within a half hour, my hands were aching. Same with rain. After about 40 minutes, I could feel water seeping in through the seems. I solved both problems by wearing nitrile gloves underneath, but that's a sad way to fix a pair of gloves that SHOULD deliver what they advertise.

Rob - December 6, 2012

(Austin, TX)

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Good gloves

I bought these for a trip to the Dragon. I needed waterproof and warm gloves in case it got cold. Glad I did since it was in the 40's and 50's and spitting rain much of the trip. These gloves are good down to the 30's for short trips, but anything below 48 over a long time, my fingers would get cold. I ordered one size bigger than normal due to the European sizing. They fit just right.

Steve G - October 25, 2012

(Horseheads, NY)

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Don’t buy if you want dry hands.

These gloves absolutely STINK as waterproof gloves! Don’t buy if you want dry hands. Just got them & rode 2 hours in the pouring rain to work - my hands were SOAKED. They cannot handle heavy rain for 2 hours at speed (55 - 65 MPH). They look great & feel great, but the membrane isn’t designed to handle real riding condition. Also, the design prevents turning inside out to dry, so water stays in - it will take days to dry these out. Sending them back, they absolutely do not do what is claimed.

Marko - September 26, 2011

(Silver Lake, OH)

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Mr.

Bought these gloves for colder riding weather. They do keep your hands fairly warm, but they're pretty stiff and make it hard to use the controls. After some breaking in, they should work fine.

Stephen - November 8, 2010

(Loveland, CO)

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Warm and comfy!

I have strange hands, apparently. Thick palms, stubby fingers. Smalls tend to run tight enough around the knuckles that it cuts off circulation to the fingers, Mediums are too long in that they leave enough space for an extra "segment" on my fingers. It's hard to find gloves that fit right. These do. Not only that, but they're very warm, break in quick, and transmit more feedback than other "winter" gloves I've used (which tend to transmit very little road feel, if at all) to my hands. I've not taken them below 40degF yet, but I'm sure they'd be able to hold up. Well worth the money, seem like they'd last quite a while.

Kevin - November 2, 2010

(Grayslake, IL)