Aerostich Triple Digit Covers

SKU: 442

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$47.00

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It is possible to enjoy warm, dry hands while being plastered and hammered and hosed. Made from 3.5 oz/sq yd 40d 3 layer breathable-waterproof ripstop nylon. The thin ripstop nylon laminated fabric breathes enough during rain conditions so your skin won’t become clammy. The oversize gauntlets slide on easily and allow a secure grip when used over your regular (crash protective) gloves. An elastic drawcord with a tethered cordlock keeps them in place. Hook & loop wrist cinches are ergonomically reversed and easier to use.

They pack very small, so you’ll always have them ready. There’s Scotchlite reflective for nighttime hand signaling, and a left thumb visor squeegee. To work best, size to fit over regular crash protective gloves. 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. Specify color.

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As a moto-journalist, I h...Review by Adam Wade
As a moto-journalist, I have chances to test out a whole lot more gear than most people. And these are one of the most innovative pieces of raingear I've come across in 15 years of riding.

Simply put, they work. The strap system is a breeze to use, even with gloved hands; more thought was put into ease of use on these gloves than in any two other rain products I've dealth with in my time as a rider.

I'm not kind to my gear, and I've had a set of these glove covers for over 5 years, used for commuting and travel in San Diego, LA, and the SF Bay area (where we get a LOT of rain). It's hard to tell them from new, even with tens of thousands of rain riding miles on them. And I get all the protection of my quality gloves without having to sacrifice crash survivability to get durability, waterproofness, and lack of bulk. At $47, they're a tremendous bargain.

So what are you waiting for? Order a pair already! ;) (Posted on 4/5/08)
I've had these for years;...Review by Douglas Hyde
I've had these for years; they never leave my tank bag. Water will infiltrate on super-soakers or on day-long rides, but I've never sealed the seams, and I suspect some water runs down the jacket sleeve into the covers rather than thru the covers. Yes, they don't grip the levers like gloves do, but I don't find that to be a major problem. I ride more slowly and carefully in rain anyway. And the 2nd one is necessarily more difficult to don than the first, but I can't envision how that could ever be rectified. I find my Triple Digits work great as windbreakers on very cold days, too, including the 9F ride I did about a week ago. (Posted on 1/14/08)
Slippery finish, difficul...Review by Eric R Jensen
Slippery finish, difficult to use cuffs, and cut all wrong--short and fat. The XL isn't nearly long enough for my fingers, and the resulting pressure this puts on the fingertips is not what you want on a cold, wet day. On the other hand, they're so wide that hand, glove and all move inside of them. I never use them and feel more comfortable and safer with wet gloves. Save your money for one of the good things Aerostitch sells! (Posted on 10/6/07)
They do what they are sup...Review by Nick Bauman
They do what they are supposed to do, but they are too slippery for a motorcycle or bicycle application. Aerostich could remedy this by putting a rubberized pad over the entire palm area, preferably on the inside and outside surfaces of the mitts, and taping the seams. This would add 2-5% cost to the item, but well worth it. (Posted on 9/25/07)
They work very good keepi...Review by Robert Cyr
They work very good keeping you dry but they are very slippery on the controls. They need some kind of texturing on the inside of fingers and palm. (Posted on 9/15/07)
These are ugly, and diffi...Review by Randy Willoughby
These are ugly, and difficult to get on over your regular gloves, but they really work. I ride all year-round in the Seattle area and usually pull these babies out in the fall and winter. Not the most convenient for a short commute, but if you are doing any long stints in the saddle and expect to encounter any rain, these are the ticket. Super lightweight and packable. Ask someone to get these for you for a birthday or Christmas gift, or better yet, give these as a gift to your favorite motorcycle-riding pal. A really good value. (Posted on 8/6/07)
They work okay. It was h...Review by Bob Okada
They work okay. It was hard for me to get used to vulcan hand position. Sizing seems to be off, they run small. I wear a size 9 1/2 - 10 glove. I bought a size large rain cover and they are snug and the fingers are a bit short. I wish I would have bought an XL. The velcro strap is useless. The elastic top is a nice touch and does help keep the rain out.
Bob O.
Shelton, WA (Posted on 3/23/07)
These things are a major ...Review by Matt Perelli
These things are a major PIA. I added a button to the too short wrist strap, as suggested by others. This strap constricted the opening to the point where putting these things on over my knuckle protector gloves was difficult at best. The slippery material gave me no grip or caliper feel. And the too voluminous thumb made operating my turn signals or opening my visor nearly impossible. They actual made my regular commute a hazardous experience. (Posted on 3/1/07)

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