Joe Rocket Nitrogen Gloves

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    Joe Rocket Nitrogen Glove

    Perfect for extending the street motorcycle ride into fall and spring, the cool weather ready Nitrogen glove uses an insulation filled chassis and a waterproof mid-liner to conquer trying weather conditions. Protection and control are also highlighted with knuckle reinforcements, a gel palm and a fit that is lean enough for proper lever feel.

    Features:
    • Drum dyed leather top
    • 100% waterproof Dry Tech mid-liner
    • 80g. Thermolite insulation
    • Chamude reinforcements on palm
    • Gel palm
    • High density knuckle protector
    • Hook and loop wrist strap
    • Shield wiper on thumb
    • Item # 473

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    What Other Riders Are Saying...

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    Good Gloves

    The gloves are a good fit and I find them warm enough for down to 27 degrees. The size was right on with a very good grip. Wet or dry they grip well.

    Harold - January 27, 2014

    (Richmond, VA)

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    Good Glove

    I've worn them a few times in 40 ~ 50 degree weather and they've been great. Any temps higher than that and they are too warm.

    Steve C - October 22, 2012

    (Perrysburg, OH)

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    They look great and are warm enough for my needs. Very happy with them. Not the most comfortable pair. They are gloves. Imagine any other pair of winter or skiing gloves you bought

    Joe - October 11, 2012

    (Peoria, IL)

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    Good Glove

    Bought these for fall trip in CO/UT. Warm in 30-40 degree mountain passes. Stayed dry in short rain showers. Recommended.

    Mark - October 01, 2012

    (Newaygo, MI)

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    Nitrogen Gloves

    Pay for what you get. When I put them on it was a perfect fit! You can tell good quaility when its made well like these ones. When it's cold (below 40f)regular thicker gloves will have to do.

    les - May 14, 2012

    (grand portage, MN)

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    Joe Rocket Nitrogen Gloves

    This gloves fit great and look good too. Great for Florida winter, above 40.

    Eddie - January 26, 2012

    (Kissimmee, FL)

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    Good glove

    Didnt have a chance to ride wearing them. Sold them almost right away - the fit is too small. I buy Large everywhere, and these ones felt much smaller, more like a medium. Construction and quality felt top notch though.

    Redstar - January 26, 2012

    (Toronto, ON)

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    Love these Gloves

    I would call these Medium-Cold Gloves. They don't quite cut it at 32 degrees (Good enough for my short commute but I would not do extended highway riding in very cold weather in them) and they are too warm when the temps get above 60. I carry some lighter weight gloves with me for those rides that start out on a chilly morning and end up being a warm day.

    Animal - December 07, 2011

    (Raleigh, NC)

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    Joe Rocket Nitrogen Gloves tight velcro strap on wrist

    The gloves are very comfortable and are of good quality. I would purchase again, but I found the velcro straps on the wrist band very tight.

    Roger - November 18, 2011

    (Calgary, AB)

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    Needed Cold Gloves

    Bought these to wear when it gets cold around here, and these do the trick.

    Jones - February 08, 2011

    (Robertsdale, AL)

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    Joe Rocket Nitrogen Gloves-Good 2 1/2 season gloves

    I have these for about 3 years. I don't want to give them up. They run a little small as I have small, fat fingers. Outside of the gel palm on my left glove, they have held up well. They do not keep hands warm in sub 40's temps for more than 20-30 minutes. At these temps, I use liners which help. Great thing about these are their lack of bulk which I cannot say for countless other "winter" gloves I've had over the years. Been in heavy rain (who hasn't) and they keep hands dry. There are other winter gloves but for my money, I would buy these again.

    Lewis F. - December 30, 2010

    (Bethpage, NY)

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    Joe Rocket Nitrogen Gloves

    Not a summer glove! The liner makes your hands very warm. The liner does not stay in place when taking the gloves off, making them almost impossible to put back on. As a winter glove they would be great.

    Mark - July 16, 2010

    (Philadelphia, PA)

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    Decent 2 Season Glove

    I purchased a pair of these gloves in November, 2009. I find them a suitable "two season" glove. I would recommend them for Spring/Fall riding when temperatures are in the 50-65F range, colder if you are only doing short jaunts. Protection is adequate in the fingers and knuckles, not great. Mostly foam padding re-enforced. No real protection in the wrist. No carbon protectors around the knuckles, no kevlar re-enforcements. Water proofing is also adequate. I tried a home "sink test" soaking the glove for 3 minutes under water. The glove held up for about 1.5 minutes and then air bubbles began to appear in various places around the glove. At the end of 3 minutes my hand was completely soaked. I have since purchased a pair of BMG (British Motorcycle Gear) Thermosport Gloves. This is a *far* superior glove in every sense and only costs about $10 more. The Thermosport passed the 3 minute test with no problem and my hand was completely dry.

    Sean - February 08, 2010

    (Highlands Ranch, CO)

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    Great winter gloves

    These gloves are great. They keep my hands warm and look great. I just wish that the suede/microfiber stuff on the palm would extent all the way to the fingertips.

    Ali - January 06, 2010

    (Frisco, TX)

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    Okay, but not the greatest

    As others have said, these gloves are not sized properly. I am a large normally, and large fits like a medium. I had to send mine back for an extra large. The fit still isn't that great. The gloves cut into the base between my middle and ring fingers, so a little short on the palm. Other than that, they are warm and functional. the gel palm is nice and really cuts down on the vibration, and the numb palms over long distances. They are very wind proof, but I have not tested them in the rain.

    Tom - January 19, 2009

    (Bakersfield, CA)
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