River Road Taos Cold Weather Gloves

Was $59.95 $29.98 You save $29.97 (50%)

Rating 4.30 of 5 (37 Reviews)

This Product Qualifies for Free Shipping

X-Small

In Stock
Unavailable

Qty:

Product Information

River Road Taos Cold Weather Gloves
  • The Taos Cold Weather Glove from River Road features supple, all-leather construction
  • Waterproof, breathable and windproof Hipora® glove insert
  • Thinsulate™ insulation for warmth
  • Rubber shield wiper on left glove
  • Zippered gauntlet closure
  • All River Road gloves include a 1-year manufacturer's warranty

 

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

  • Item # 751
  • SKU #
  • Mfr. Part #

Product Reviews 1 - 15 of 37

Overall Rating: 4.30 of 5

(37 Reviews)
5
11
4
17
3
9
2
0
1
0
What Other Riders Are Saying...

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Fair enough

They´re just good...

Alejandro - January 6, 2016

(San Antonio, TX)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Great value

These are just what I needed. They fit well, and are well made. I can't say how durable they are yet, I like the wiper on the finger. These gloves are a great value.

David - April 21, 2015

(Mobile, AL)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Mr.

Look nice and fit well, but not as warm as I was hoping for. Fingers started to get cold after 30 minutes or so on a 40 degree day.

Fishtown - December 30, 2014

(Bensalem, PA)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

River Road Taos gloves

Good gloves for moderately cold weather (I use mine when temps are no lower than upper 20's). Fit well. For me, the size fits well for the suggested measurement guide. The only thing I would suggest for improvement is that the length of the gauntlet could be increased an inch or so to provide better wrist coverage.

Paul - February 15, 2014

(Port Arthur, TX)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Nice gloves, but...

These gloves are warm, comfortable, and all in all, a decent purchase. The only downside is the rubber wiper scratched the hell out of my visor. I would have never expected that, but it did.

James M. - January 24, 2014

(Seattle, WA)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

good for me

Fit good and were warm when I have gone up in the mountain's.

patrick - December 17, 2013

(vegas, NV)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Good gloves for the price

Fit well, well constructed, love the squeegie on the left index finger. Only complaint, hands feel sweaty, but they stay warm even in mid to upper 30F degree temps!

Phil - May 7, 2013

(Toledo, OH)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Excellent gloves

I ride in temps as low as single digits and these gloves do the trick. You may not be warm but it will save you from frostbite. The cuff is a little narrow for my jacket but I can't complain too much. I was worried about the reviews mentioning the lining feeling loose or sticking, and it is a minor problem if your hands are sweating. But if my hands are that sweaty I'll probably use lighter gloves.

Samuel - February 19, 2013

(Westminster, CO)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Like A bug in the rug

Now I know what it feels like. First wearing today, and I was not use to this comfort zone. All aspects hit the mark. Buy them. Buy one for a friend and enemy. They will be an enemy no more. Takes some getting use to, but after a while, you get use to the bulk after wearing summer mesh. Thanks for letting me share

Elliott - September 24, 2012

(Silver Spring, MD)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Taos Glove

Comfortable, but the liner slides around inside the glove when you put them on. Wiper is nice, but you can't wipe your nose with your left hand. Seems pretty good for cooler weather. Cuff is a little narrow, hard to fit over jacket sleeve. Pretty good for sale price, but not more.

Paul - April 3, 2012

(Lockport, IL)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Good Overall

These gloves are pretty good in the 40-50 degree range, but any colder I haven't tested them, they fit well but are a bit bulky and there's very limited adjustability to the wrist cuffs. However that being said the leather is good and requires little break in, it also is wind proof and the inner lining is very warm.

Richard - February 13, 2012

(Los Angeles, CA)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Cold Weather Gloves

They are not perfect, but they are okay on my scooter in the 30's. The fingers could be a touch shorter for my hands, otherwise the fit is good. Durability seems fine.

Ernie - January 9, 2012

(Hyattsville, MD)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

Could be better

The gloves are alright. I have had better for the cold.

zx11blade - December 19, 2011

(Boston, MA)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

All-in-all, well worth it!

They insulate well and the wiper attachment works formidably. For short trips, they're quite warm and I've not noticed the liner wanting to come loose as others have suggested. After a 30 minute trip, my hands grew cold but were far warmer than they would've been in any other non-electric glove. I'm satisfied.

Robin D. - November 4, 2011

(Chicago, IL)

Fit

Finish

Durability

Features

Cost Benefit

crap

These gloves are nice but the insulation on them is a joke. You’re better off spending more on a pair of heated gloves because these will not do the job.

Ethan - January 11, 2011

(georgetown, KY)