Olympia Sports 4102 WeatherKing Extra Touch Gloves

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Olympia Sports 4102 WeatherKing Extra Touch Gloves

  • Premium drum dyed leather, for a supple feel and durability
  • Gore-Tex® glove liner, for waterproof, breathable, and windproof weather protection
  • Full-wrap Primaloft® insulation, for extra warmth
  • Touch enabled fingertips on thumb and index finger, for precise swiping and conductivity
  • Digital embossed palm and thumb patches for advanced grip and durability
  • Reflective knuckle trim, for extra safety
  • 3-blade shield wiper, for better vision
  • Silicone gel anti-shock skid pad to absorb "vibration", with a high abrasion resistant surface to add extra protection
  • Brushed tricot lining, for comfort and moisture management
  • Precurved box construction fingers for comfort
  • Double Velcro® straps for secure closure
  • Item # 75690
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More than expected!

I read others complaint about the fit, but the extra large were perfect for me. I always hate shopping for gloves because there is no consistency in sizes from manufacturer to manufacturer. I've only ridden in temperatures down to about 40 degrees, but my hands stayed warm and dry. The cuffs are longer than expected,but that's a good thing as far as I'm concerned. All things considered, I'm very happy with the gloves except they are a bit pricey but not outrageously so.

James Endress - January 13, 2017

(Blountville, TN)

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nice gloves, good fit and look great too!

Living in south Louisiana affords me the opportunity to ride year round. These gloves are awesome in that they keep my hands warm in the lowest of temperatures. They are somewhat thick but I can deal with that as long as my hands are warm and they are! I gave durability one star because I have not had these long but by the looks and workmanship I believe they will last.

Ernest Eusea - January 13, 2017

(Paradis, LA)

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OK Gloves

Chose to buy these over heated gloves, as I didn't want to deal with wires all over the place. Rode to Madawaska in October...temps in the 40s and rain along the way. Hands freeze below 50 degrees...add glove liners and you're in business to about 45 degrees. Definitely not as warm as expected. However, my windshield doesn't protect hands from wind. Definitely waterproof (can't beat GorTex). Shell was soaked but inside nice and dry. Placed on hotel room heater grate and was ready for next morning. Are they worth $100? NO...too big and not warm enough! Check out EBay and grab yourself some Gerbings for about $10 more...

Kevin - November 4, 2016

(Rochester, MA)

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Way too big

I am a woman who normally wears size 7 or 7.5 gloves. I have long, thin fingers and my knuckles are 2.75 to 3" across. Per the size chart a small should have fit. The small is comically large on me--the fingers are way too long on me (even though I have relatively long fingers) and I have too much room in the palms. Because of the fit issues, and because the glove is so thick and firm and inflexible, I can barely get my hands around my handlebars firmly anymore, let alone confidently manipulate my brakes. Turn signals are out of the question. Predictability, stopping fast, and fine movements are essential for city riding, so these have to go back. They do feel super warm. I ride a scooter in stop and go in the city and these would probably keep my hands fine to 20 degrees.

LS - October 17, 2016

(Washington, DC)

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Pretty much all I hoped for

I rode my Road King 41000 miles last year through 10 states and in most weather except snow. The bike has a windshield, not a fairing, so air is forced over my hands at riding speed. With other gloves I got creeping cold that starts on the fingertips and spreads as time passes. Even using glove liners below 50 degrees my hands would be too cold before an hour at highway speed. These gloves keep out the cold altogether down to the mid-40's. Even at 40 or a little below I can ride about an hour before it gets uncomfortable but since I don't use heated gear the rest of me is usually pretty cool by then. I suspect if I chose to use a fairing the low end of long term comfort for these gloves would drop well into the thirties. Have used them in mild rain. My hands stayed dry. The gloves themselves are soft, suprisingly pliable and the lining feels soothing on my hands. I ordered 2X and the fit is just right, not too tight. The gauntlet has velcro tabs that seal well so air does not travel up my arms under my riding jacket. I chose these over the Harley leather gloves (same price) and have no complaint.

Wyatt - March 30, 2016

(Wichita Falls, TX)

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Great glove but runs way too big

The construction on these gloves is awesome. However as I've seen others mention on other Olympia gloves, the fingers are too long. My size on gloves is between a small and medium. Usually I get a small and get them to stretch out. I had an old pair of Olympia gloves that I loved, and didn't hesitate to get these. They're great, and the small fits my palm fine, but the fingers are 1/2"-9/16" too long. My hands are "normal" proportion; I've never had this problem before. I didn't notice how bad this effect was until I tried riding with them; the gloves are not usable for me. It's a shame because they look like great gloves, if they fit your hand.

Matt - March 7, 2016

(Michigan, MI)

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Best Gloves Ever

When i first tried them on i considered returning them because the fingers are a bit too long. that is my only complaint... i ordered a different pair from a different manufacturer and the fingers were also a bit too long, but after trying them first, and having my fingers painfully cold, i went back out to try these Olympia gloves in the same 25 degree temps (windchill, although somewhat irrelevant on a motorcycle that can go 190 m.p.h., made it feel like 17 degrees..when not moving) Much to my surprise these gloves did the trick ! i wasn't even wearing liners and my hands felt warm.. for the first time ever !! i have a large bag full of motorcycle and ski gloves that just don't perform, at all, when it's really cold .. to finally find a pair that work so well.. i can't even tell ya how happy i am... i like to ride year round, but i hate the cold...and i didn't want to have to spend twice as much on heated gloves and be tethered to the bike, or have batteries that may or may not work... these gloves are a bargain for how good they are !! i could read someone's lips who was sitting on a bench outside when i pulled into a supermarket yesterday.. he said "he must be really COLD !!!" with a helmet liner, wool blend socks, snowmobile suit and the crappy first pair of gloves i tried on, only my hands were cold... i went back out after 10 min. warming them up at home and did the same 15 mile ride and was totally warm.. can't wait to get back out. with liners who knows how cold they'll go, but i think they'll be able to keep me comfortable at any temp N.J. throws at me !!! needless to say, i HIGHLY recommend these gloves !!!

bruce - February 13, 2016

(fair haven, NJ)

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Great looking gloves

My expectation after reading MANY MANY posts all over the net is that I will be able to feel my finger tips at temperatures below 40 degrees. I have a pair of good quality Harley Davidson gloves (winter gloves) and anything below 40, my finger tips will freeze. I bought several brands of gloves, until I decide to install a heated grips in my ZX14R and unfortunatelly the grips do not help the most important element of your hands...the finger tips, so it was a waste of money with all previous brnads and HEATED GRIPS. Now, with heated grips plus these new pair of gloves, I expect to have a more confortable ride from temps between 40 and 30 degress (OAT). ********CON: My glove size are always MEDIUM, however I was not yet able to use my newly delivered Olympia as I am returning without use and going for a SMALL size, as these gloves are a bit BIGGER than expected and than my other HD, ALPINE STAR,GIRO, etc brand gloves. In my opinion, you should go for a smaller size than usual for best fit.

Luiz - January 20, 2016

(Bayside, NY)

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Really nice, especially for the price!

I needed a new pair of gloves for riding in 50 degree weather down to the lower 40's. I have heated grips and stock hand guards (F800GSA), but the back of the hands still get chilly. Did a fair amount of research and a friend had just ordered these in the same size I was looking at. Tried his on, liked them, and decided to pull the trigger. The gloves fit well, though I feel like I'm at the top end before going to the next larger size. I didn't want a loose fit and feel that they will break in enough to give me that extra bit of room to make them perfect. I like that I can still feel all the controls through them as advertised. I really have no problem with them getting in the way. After an hour, the tops of my hands (temp around 52F) were a little chilly, but it was definitely bearable. I'm also likely going to get a set of Barkbuster Storms to replace the stock guards and believe that will help out as well. I haven't tried them in the rain though my friend road in fairly steady rain for an hour last month and said his hands stayed completely dry. These were less than half the price of models by Held and others I was looking at. If they last a few seasons, I will feel like I got my money's worth. Olympia seems to have a pretty good reputation for their gloves so I'm hopeful. Overall, very happy with and would definitely recommend.

Trevor - December 26, 2015

(Fuquay-Varina, NC)

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Nice

Gloves fit nice and comfortable. Do not interfere with controls. Warmth has been good so far as low as 40 degrees. Cuffs fit nicely over jacket sleeves.

John - November 4, 2015

(Chapel Hill, NC)