Firstgear Fargo Gloves


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Firstgear Fargo Gloves

Three season sport touring is the name of the game with Firstgear’s Fargo gloves. Able to walk that fine line between full coverage and a slim profile, the Fargo feature a waterproof leather/textile construction, integrated hard knuckle armor and 40 grams of Thinsulate insulation. The gauntlets run well up to your jacket sleeves for no gaps in coverage and use a large wrist strap to keep them secure. And as a nice touch, Firstgear has added a shield wiper on the left thumb.
  • Waterproof/breathable leather exterior
  • Thinsulate 40g back-of-hand insulation
  • MC-Tex technology glove insert eliminates
  • Liner inversion
  • Leather covered hard-knuckle cap for additional impact protection
  • Shield wiper on left thumb
  • Reflective piping increases nighttime visibility
  • Adjustable wrist strap with hook-and-loop closure
  • Internal draw-cord gaiter with one-hand cinch cord seals out the elements
  • Brushed polyester fleece lining for comfort and effective moisture transfer
  • 2 year limited warranty
  • Item # 73199
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Overall Rating: 4.80 of 5

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Tested in a lot of rain

These are great gloves for those cold mornings or rain. The back is lightly insulated while the palm is soft leather. I use these with heated grips and have been comfortable with temperature down in the 40's and up to about 70. What I like the most about them is they aren't bulky like most insulated gloves. It is easy to work controls with the non insulated finger surface while the insulated back keeps your fingers warm. I've used them in a couple of heavy rains and they kept my hands warm and comfortable. They are easy to put on and take off with the inside Gortex layer bonded to the outside. I usually wear a large but these are a little loose. My hands are long but not big around so I don't know if a medium would fit better or the fingers would be too short.

Jim - July 20, 2016

(Juliaetta, ID)