River Road Cheyenne Cold Weather Gloves

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River Road Cheyenne Cold Weather Gloves
  • The Cheyenne Cold Weather Glove from River Road features a reinforced leather palm combined with a durable textile back
  • Waterproof, breathable and windproof Hipora® glove insert
  • Thinsulate™ insulation for warmth
  • Reflective piping for safety
  • All River Road gloves include a 1-year manufacturer's warranty

 

 

Keep your hands warm and twisting the throttle with winter riding gloves.

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disappointed

Wore about 10 times and started to rip at the cuff. Will be returning.

John Bond - November 30, 2016

(Egg Harbor Twp, NJ)

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great fit. ok in the cold

Haven't had them long enough to know if they'll last. Rode for an hour in 35 degree. Fingers froze, even with my fairing. I put on my liners and it helped. Kept the cold out. Fit very well.

Jon - January 22, 2015

(SAVANNAH, GA)

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Not designed for real cold weather

I ordered a size large, and they are very tight even though I typically fit a size large. They aren't very warm I must say. I tried them in 35°F and without the heated grips my hands would have come off I think. I am saving these for spring and hopefully I'll get some miles out of them

Morten K - December 17, 2013

(Seattle, WA)

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That Dog Will Hunt

They are a little stiff but that's to be expected with thicker gloves. Thumbs are a little big, haven't ever had that problem before but besides that they fit really well. Over all a pretty good glove and I'm glad I have them.

Justin - December 17, 2013

(Tallahassee, FL)

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So far they are really nice

I don't have really harsh winter weather but do have cold mornings. I was having problems finding gloves that were heavy enough to keep the hands warm but yet didn't feel like I was wearing boxing gloves. These gloves are nice with size 3x fitting well, allowing dexterity for handling the bike controls. Seal well at wrist to keep out the cold. Only used them a few times, but appear to be constructed to stand up well.

Gene - February 23, 2013

(Ridgecrest, CA)

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Gloves Tore within two trips

Gloves tore within three uses. Used them three times. I did nothing excessive. Not pleased with Motorcycle Superstore's return policy. They want me to pay for shipping. I was told it would probably be four weeks to get them back to me. This is silliness. I was told Motorcycle Superstore was THE place to get motorcycle gear online. Policies like this don't win fans. Micah in NC.

Micah - February 20, 2012

(Pfafftown, NC)

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street commuter

DON'T BUY THESE GLOVES! Here are some cliches to consider: "Cheap is Cheap", "Too good of a deal to be true". The seams started coming undone near the thumbs and wrist straps within a week of purchase.

bn - December 28, 2011

(winslow, AZ)

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River Road Cheyenne Gloves

Durability was very low. I returned them when the strap ripped after the 4th use.

RMC - December 28, 2011

(Manassas, VA)

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Plenty warm, but a bit too small.

Listen to the guy who said order a larger size, not smaller. The gauntlet could be longer to cover my jacket sleeves better. Will find out about durability and waterproofing later, I'm sure !

Ross - December 19, 2011

(Birmingham, Al, AL)

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Waterproof thus far

I have had them for a month or so now. First thing I did when they arrived was put them on and hold them in the shower for 10 minutes. My hands stayed dry. I have since worn them in the rain multiple times and they have kept my hands dry. I tuck them into my jacket sleeves, not over them like gauntlets so water doesn't drip down into them. This has worked thus far. I can't comment on longevity, but so far I am pleased, especially for the price. Will update after owning them for longer.

Aaron - November 30, 2011

(Willamette Valley, OR)

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After wearing for a couple of week they are starting to part at the seams. Wore on a 34 mile ride at 35 degrees and my fingers were FREEZING. Gotta look for better gloves. :-(

Kenneth W. - November 18, 2011

(Murfreesboro, TN)

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Snowmobile gloves...not motorcycle gloves...

Large and clunky. No real road protection. Cheapish. Mostly warm. Glorified snow gloves.

Nick - November 16, 2011

(Paso Robles, CA)

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Fabric Failure

I bought these gloves and after one year, the fabric on the left thumb split open near the seam. I can count on my fingers the number of times I have worn these gloves, so needless to say I am not impressed with their durability. They are suitable for temps in the 50s. Getting the gloves on and off is difficult, because the opening is tight for their size even with the velcro straps open all the way.

David M. - October 24, 2011

(Palmyra, NJ)

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Poor to fair.

I have average sized hands. I ordered a large and the fingers were very tight. Almost uncomfortable. Dexterity is limited. Mouth of gloves are somewhat small. Difficult to pull over sleeves on leather jacket. Have ridden with them in the 40's. Seem to keep hands warm so far. Don't know if they will be effective through the winter. I believe I will have to invest in other winter gloves.

Wayne - October 19, 2011

(Baldwin, NY)

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River Road Cheyenne Cold Weather Gloves

I have only worn these twice, and only once(this am) commuted to work(50 minutes) I was a little disappointed that my fingers were freezing when I arrived. Outside temp was around 37-40 this am. I had hoped they would block out the cold…I ride a Nighthawk 700S, which of course doesn't provide any protection from the elements while riding. **I'm giving a 3 on durability only because I've not worn them for long.

Rich - April 15, 2011

(Auburn, ME)