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Olympia Sports 4350 All Season I Gloves - Size XS only

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Rating 4.48 of 5 (29 Reviews)

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Olympia 4350 All Season I Gloves
  • Deluxe supple drum dyed cowhide
  • Wind-tex comfort liner from Olympia. (A thin, lightweight, water resistant, breathable membrane that stops the wind)
  • Lightweight Thermolite insulation
  • The perfect glove for all season wear
  • The glove blocks the wind but allows your hand to freely breathe and keep comfortable from perspiration
  • Extended length, Velcro® brand closure
  • Padded knuckles
  • Boxed fingers
  • Now with goggle wiper
  • Item # 691
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Good but...

These gloves have nice soft leather, they look great. Ordered XL following the sizing chart, but they are a little big. I would imagine that a smaller size would be too small. Sadly, they cannot handle 40 degree weather. My hands got cold. Now I'm glad they are oversized, I ordered liners.

Frank - December 17, 2013

(Blythewood, SC)

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Good gloves.... But.

I had some of these years ago. So long in fact that I think they were still made in the US. Then I lost one of them. &%$#. Got these in early fall. They are warm down to 20 degrees or so if you keep the ride under 30 miles. After that use a liner inside. Not very durable though. Mine tore in a couple days and I had to sew them up.

Mike K. - December 5, 2013

(Milwaukee, WI)

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4350 gloves

Olympia has gone down the tubes... I bought these gloves to replace a pair that I bought in 1981. The old gloves are still in good shape, but the palms were getting thin. The new gloves that I paid a princely sum for ($40.00 more than they are worth I find out), will not last three seasons I am thinking. They are very thin, feel light and are not a shadow of what I bought in 1981. I will not recommend Olympia after this purchase.

Howard G. - June 12, 2013

(abraksas, WV)

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Long lost Favorite

I have been wearing a pair of these gloves that I bought years ago and have ridden cross country numerous times and enjoyed the comfort and protection. My old gloves have now faded and stretched out a bit but are still serviceable. Searching for years to find a replacement pair I was overjoyed to find them again! These gloves rock!

Mike - April 9, 2013

(San Jose, CA)

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pretty good

Purchased these for my wife who rides as my passenger. We ride up here in the Adirondacks and are always looking for gloves that can handle 30 something temps. These did a pretty good job of keeping her hands warm on our last outing the 40 gram insulate can handle down into the 40s with ease anything colder and you really need a minimum of 100 gram or more thinsulate fill which are hard to find.

Kevin - November 19, 2012

(Saratoga , NY)

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Nice gloves

Switched to these as the weather gets colder. Very comfortable.

Jim C. - October 16, 2012

(Ballston Spa, NY)

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3 season gloves

I purchased these to replace my others that were 4 years old. The other ones were in good shape until I lost one. These are great spring fall winter gloves. A little warm in the summer but good if it’s raining.

Eric - June 29, 2012

(manassas, VA)

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Good, not great

I wore these all winter, commuting 15 minutes each way, range of temps 25-55 degrees F. I was nearly always warm enough, and the gloves are still in great shape. I expect to get a few more winters in the gloves. But they are a bit bulky. The insulation on the palm-side and fronts of the fingers could be reduced for better feel on the grips.

Jeff - June 14, 2012

(Eureka, CA)

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4350 all season review

Ordered 2nd pair after over 100,000 miles. 1st pair still great but wanted a backup.

Mike - February 16, 2012

(Tucson, AZ)

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nice glove but can't hold 40degre cold

Very nice glove, but it can't hold very cold weather(below 40).

Leonce - February 9, 2012

(Bronx, NY)

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Olympia Gloves

The fit is a little big for me (I wear a woman's "XL" glove and ordered a man's "L"). But better a little big than too small. Fingers got a little cold in 45 - 50 degree temp. Great glove for the cost.

Paula - January 19, 2012

(Arp, TX)

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olympia 4350

I like em a lot. Just a good quality glove for most of the season it get's me through winter here in central texas.

bernhard - January 16, 2012

(san marcos, TX)

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NIce, Solid Gloves - fairly warm

These are very well made gloves. Quite comfortable and seems substantial enough to provide good protection. Based on the reviews, I went a size up and the fingers are slightly long for me, but I'm between sizes. They are a bit bulky but don't prevent me from using controls. Recommended.

MIke - January 16, 2012

(Sunnyvale, CA)

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Nice and Soft

Just got back from a 3700 mile trip to Colorado. Used them in the rain in the Rockies down to 38F. My fingers only got numb once at 38F. I needed more clothes on my upper body and maybe my fingers would have stayed warmer, but they stayed dry. The longest they were on at one time was only about 2 hours. I used thinner Olympias for anything above 55F. The built-in wiper put fine scratches on my Arai shield the first day I tried them but it did work. They are a little bulky but better than most.

Jeff - September 26, 2011

(Edmonds, WA)

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Olympia-4350 All Season I Gloves

The fingers in these gloves are a little short, but that's to be expected; most glove manufacturers favor short and fat fingers over long and thin fingers. Other than that, they work well, the lining cools in the heat and warms in the cold, and dries pretty quickly by itself when you sweat into it. They will need a liner in the cooler weather, and the padding isn't as good as I had hoped for longer rides, but the gloves are still good.

Andrew - September 1, 2011

(Juneau, AK)
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