If you prefer wearing raincovers under your sleeves, these work better and are easier to use. These are exactly the same design as the Triple Digit Raincovers (#442), without the extended gauntlet. For glove sizes S or 7-8, use a size M. For glove sizes M/L or 9-10, use a size L. For size XL or 11+, use size XL. Orange or Black. M–XL.
Availability Notice: Most sizes are currently available but some sizes may not be available until March, 2017 for production and supply chain scheduling reasons. If your size is not available from stock, you will not be charged until your order is shipped.
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Customer Reviews (2)
- Nicely made!Review by Gary
- The short gauntlet covers arrived in good shape. They seem very nicely made. I bought them for my son whose favorite gloves are not waterproof. He's always showing up with soaked hands. I'm hoping these covers will help him ride more comfortably in the winter. (Posted on 12/2/16)
- These really fit the bill...Review by Bob1811
For years I’ve looked at these rain covers as a viable alternative to the, (not so waterproof) “fully waterproof, motorcycle rain gloves.” My initial concern was that I considered it to be counter intuitive, that the long gauntlet design would keep the rain out, even with the sleeves tightly cinched. With this concern in mind, I decided to purchase a triple digit short gauntlet type of rain cover from another company. It turned out that not only was the gauntlet length too short to tuck sufficiently under my jacket, but the quality was poor; so much that, they were actually better at retaining water inside my gloves than keeping it out.
I was very happy to see that Aerostich came out with this alternative to the long gauntlet, so I purchased a pair. I had a chance to really test these out this summer while on a 16-day, 7,500-mile trip, where it rained to some degree almost every day. I experienced monsoon-like downpours, steady all-day drizzle, combined with high winds, low temps and even some hail. In short, the rain covers remained bone dry through the trip and performed superbly.
It took a little time to get used to the feel of the rain covers while operating the throttle, clutch and other controls. It’s not a serious control issue, just a different feel from the glove-only hand; it becomes normal with some practice.
For quick access in response to pop-up rainstorms, I stored them in the long left side pocket of my Darien jacket. I know this is a bit dangerous, but out on the open roads, when weather threatened and with the assistance of cruise control, I became skilled at putting on the gauntlets while riding and tucking the gauntlet into my jacket sleeves. As an added benefit, I put them on chilly mornings. The rain covers provide a good amount of wind protection, extending the effect range of my summer gloves. This really helped while riding in the mountains. The covers worked on both my summer and mid-season gloves without issue.
I would highly recommend these for anyone who travels extensively and needs a well made and effective, “all-day dry,” glove alternative.
(Posted on 10/12/15)
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Tuck-in or Wear-Over?
You are riding along down the highway in the rain, wearing Triple Digit Raincovers. The drawcord around the end of the gauntlet is drawn up tight. Everything is working perfectly, your hands and gloves are dry even though it’s coming down in buckets. Then you must come to a stop at the end of an off ramp, and there’s a stoplight. Red. You take your hands off the bars and let them fall to your sides while you wait.
All good things must come to an end. Rainwater runs down your sleeves right into the tiny opening at the end of the gauntlet where the drawcord exits. And trickles into your wrist. A few more stoplights ahead and your gloves and hands are now wet inside the raincovers.
There are two solutions: 1) Remember not to lower your arms at stoplights. Learn to fold your arms across your chest or lay them on a tank bag. 2) Wear the Short Gauntlet raincovers #492 which are designed to be more easily tucked inside of your jacket sleeves.