It is possible to enjoy warm, dry hands while being plastered and hammered and hosed. 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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Customer Reviews (97)
- Maybe I'm Missing SomethingReview by Scott
After 3 rainy rides with these I am disappointed. In each case within 20 minutes water was pooling in my palms. I poured several ounces of water from each cover.
Perhaps even with the cinch straps pulled tight water is entering between the covers and jacket sleeves. Design suggestion for Aerostich suits & jackets to mate with these covers: a waterproof zipper around the circumference of the forearms to secure the covers to sleeves. (Posted on 5/30/15)
- Sleet and hailReview by Henry
- Sleet and hail was collecting in the middle of my face shield on my commute today. The 'visor squeegee' worked as advertised! (Posted on 3/30/15)
- this is great stuffReview by John
- These are amazing - fully evolved. I use mine over summer gloves and they breathe fine, I use them over winter heated gloves even when it's dry out and they keep heat from the heated gloves from wicking away in the wind. They're always in my sidebags. (Posted on 11/20/14)
- SweetReview by HookedonHarley
- I just had a chance to use these in rain. Very nice!!! I use them over the Roper leather gloves. Waterproof, breathable (but still mostly windproof) and lightweight. Kept me dry and warm in a heavy downpour. The gauntlet slips easily over my Darien coat, preventing water from coming up the sleeves. I am planning to wear these over the Ropers and some microfiber insert gloves this fall in colder weather. (Posted on 7/16/14)
- Nothing else like themReview by COURT
- There is no other product out there like these. Perfect addition to your riding gear. They work in the rain, but also help insulate from the wind when temperatures drop. They fit over any glove and you still have access to all your controls. Great product! (Posted on 4/25/14)
- So You Wanna Have Dry Hands!Review by Raj
- I've owned these rain covers for several years and worn them in light rain to torrential down pours. My hands never got wet. Couple of nits. Pulling these on over my gloves (as intended) caused the wrist straps to come completely out of the buckles. Of course it's impossible to re-insert them with these gloves on so they're left dangling in the breeze unless you can manage to get them on without the straps pulling out. Second in my opinion these gloves are dangerous. They are slippery. They slip around the grips/throttle. Both the exterior surface slips and the interior surface slips on the surface of your gloves on the inside. The triple digits cause for some fumbling around until you get used to it as well. I was surprised to read so many reviewers got soaked hands. In my opinion the gauntlet should be worn under the sleeves of your rain jacket to keep rain from dripping down your arms into the glove. (Posted on 2/13/14)
- Aerostich Triple Digit CoversReview by Steve
- My bike is put away for the winter so I haven't tried them yet. I sprayed the living crap out of them with Tectron, let them dry, and tired them on over my riding gloves. Fit is fine and they look well-made. (Posted on 11/22/13)
- Were not waterproof afterall.Review by Michael W.
- I took these covers on my ride from Northern California to Alaska, and they soaked through on the second day of riding. My riding buddy also had his soak through. We were both greatly disappointed being that everything else from Aerostich has been great. I would not buy these again. (Posted on 8/16/13)
- it worksReview by Brian
- they work very well just have to remember to put them on (Posted on 8/13/13)
- Great glovesReview by Earl
- Gloves worked great in light rain, riding out west for a month and hope they work in heavy rains. (Posted on 6/23/13)
- Worked great!Review by Robert
- Two weeks ago I rode from Boise, ID to my home in Salmon, ID. I donned the triple digit covers over my riding gloves as the first few drops of rain fell before I started up the Banks/Lohman road toward Stanley. As I proceeded up the road the rain became more intense, and then a downpour as I proceeded toward Stanley. On the summit just west of Stanley I experienced the added bonus of snow. It fortunately wasn't sticking to the road, but it was sticking to my face shield! Too much fun. The covers along with my electric vest, and Roadcrafter one piece suit kept me warm and dry. There were a couple of RV's on the road that day, and I'm sure they thought I was nuts for riding in that weather! (Posted on 6/12/13)
- Mixed ResultsReview by Tom
Did a 4 day trip from Texas to Missouri, had rain both ways. Wearing outside my 'Stitch on the way there my hands got absolutely soaked. And once they fill with water they don't drain! In Missouri I sprayed them down with waterproofing stuff. Got caught in rain on the way home and again the gloves filled with cold rain, and stayed full. Then I tried tucking the gauntlet inside my sleeves and finally the gloves quit filling with water. As my riding gloves were already wet I can't say if they would have stayed dry.
These worked great in light rain on a trip to the Yukon 2 years ago. However, I had heavy rain on the trip to Missouri.
(Posted on 6/5/13)
- Not Monsoon ProofReview by Mattb4rd
I rode to the great smoky mountains from Florida on Saturday, May 4. There was a cutoff low pressure right on top of me causing cold air to be drawn from the north and with it came rain - a lot of rain. I donned my Triple Digit Covers at Kingsland, Georgia and after a quick prayer merged onto 95 north into the dancing spray and hammering drops.
An hour later my hands were soaked and freezing ... as were my feet, which were covered by "waterproof" boots that also failed .. but that's another story.
Thankfully my core was dry and toasty thanks to my Roadcrafter 1 piece.
Apparently water was running down my arm and under the Triple Digit covers, which were sinched as tight as I could manage. At my next break my riding partner suggested I put the digits on before my suit, but zipping and snapping would have been impossible with gloves and the covers on.
Still, I'm not disappointed necessarily. Anyone with any sense would have trailered that weekend. I'm sure that the covers will do the trick in anything short of what I was in that day. (Posted on 5/17/13)
- Aerostich Triple Digit Gloves Review by gsarider1
- Just received my new Triple Digit Covers just in time for a very heavy spring rains. These gloves worked fantastic. Rain was falling at a rate of over 1" per hour and my regular gloves and hands stayed dry as a bone. I highly recommend these gloves. (Posted on 5/1/13)
- Three Digit GlovesReview by Mary
- These were a little funky the first time I used them. However, they worked GREAT! The only issue I had with them was trying to get the second wrist enclosure strap pulled. After a couple of times I had it figured out though. I would highly recommend these. (Posted on 1/26/13)
- Rain GlovesReview by Karn
- Love, the Rain Gloves. These are a gift for my daughter. (Posted on 1/25/13)
- XXL please!Review by Roadracer Al
I'm on my second set of Triple Digit rain covers. I like them: they work as advertised (which is saying something these days).
I have two minor complaints: first, the wrist enclosure strap needs a means of improving the grip and preventing the strap from escaping the D-ring. I stitched a nylon ring onto my first set. Or, perhaps a fold of grippy, textured naugahyde. The straps are hard to grasp once you have the glove covers on because the material is slippery.
The second, more important thing: I'd ***really*** like a larger size. The existing XL is a bit too small: they are uncomfortable on long rides with fall-weight gloves, and impossible to use with winter-weight gloves. (Posted on 1/25/13)
- Great InvestmentReview by Enduro Man
- I have owned a set of Triple Digit Covers for three years now. They have become my favorite and most used foul weather accessory I own. They perform as well as the article claims. Cold wet hands are a thing of the past. A must have for long distant riders. They pack small enough to fit in a pocket, I have with me every time I ride. A great investment for your foul weather gear. (Posted on 1/17/13)
- I am not an animal!Review by John
- No you may not be an animal, but you will sure look like a alien monster from some 1050s B-movie with these on. No worries, they do indeed work as designed, are easy to don and doff (once practiced). You can even give the cell phone talking soccer moms a "salute" and they will think you are giving V for Victory. It a win-win all while your digits are nice and dry! (Posted on 11/25/12)
- Triple Digit CoversReview by RAMrider
I've bought a number of different brand rain covers and they all leaked. So the first thing I did was to put the covers on and dunk them into a bucket of water, no leaks.
Then I put my MC jacket on, my MC gloves on, the Triple Digit covers over the MC gloves, then my rain jacket on top of everything. I had no problem zipping up the rain jacket for the ultimate in rain protection with the gauntlet under the rain jacket sleeve.
Once I had everything on I started to think " what do I need to do if I have to pay a bridge toll" (Posted on 10/16/12)
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.