20 degrees and warm hands
April 16, 2013(Oregon City, OR)
They really keep your hands warm. So far they have held up well but seem to have a soft construction.
Good Cool Weather Gloves
February 19, 2013(Fairfax, VA)
Gloves fit well and keep my hands reasonably warm down into the mid 30's. Any colder than that, and my fingers get cold within 10-15 minutes. So far, they have kept my hands dry, but the only time I really ride in the rain is to go to/from work, which is only a 15 minute ride. Durability has been good. I commute daily to work, and after 2 months they don't show any sign of wear to indicate that they won't last a long time.
February 05, 2013(Bethany, LA)
They fit well and appear to be well-constructed. Durability TBD. I have not operated in under 40 degrees yet, but they have proven quite comfortable so far, and plenty warm.
January 26, 2013(Grand Prairie, TX)
The gloves were purchased as a X-mas gift. Recipient loved them. Great fit and quality material.
Good glove for the price
January 17, 2013(Tigard, OR)
Bought these for my wife and they are a decent product and for the price it exceeded my expectation. Her hands stay warm and dry for the most part. We live in the Pacific Northwest so you can imagine we spend a great deal of time in the rain and inclement weather, and as long as my wife is not complaining we are both happier.
Pretty Nice Gloves
January 15, 2013(Temecula, CA)
They look & feel good, (would have preferred leather exterior). Not too bulky. They are warm down to about 45°, below that fingers start to get cold. I wonder how durable the inside liner is going to be. It seems a little thin. Like the long cuff. Overall I like.
Not punished just yet!
December 20, 2012(Seneca, SC)
I've not tested <55 degrees. 3 for Durability because I don't know yet but I have a ton of TM gear & they have not let me down yet. Use big names, Icon, that company that sounds like a snow ski place, Scorpion gloves if you want to spend $. These never got a 2nd ride! Features 3, no visor wipe blade.
Decent glove for the price
December 04, 2012(Gresham, OR)
They are reasonably warm and built okay for the price. They fit and look like a cheap glove. The length of the fingers are okay but the glove is overall too big, and I have folds on the palm. I wear them down to the low 40s and my finger tips start to get cold after about 20 minutes.
Nice cold weather golve
Brian H. -
November 26, 2012(Port Crane, NY, NY)
This is a nice cold weather glove. Cuts the wind, easy on and off, not too bulky. I wear an XL in most gloves, but ordered a 2XL in these. Fits well and Durability to be determined, but happy with the glove and the items I have purchased from motorcycle superstore in the past.
November 09, 2012(Sterling, VA)
I wanted to extend my riding season and these gloves are great. Fingers were free to move while keeping a good grip. Rode in 40f temperature and kept plenty warm. I also recommend Tour Master Polar Fleece Glove Liner.