A nylon outer shell, full cowhide palms and fingers, and a Gore-Tex® insert that is nicely lined with Primaloft premium insulation, so they’re waterproof, windproof, breathable and cozy right down to your fingertips. These gloves also feature an easy to use cuff gathering system and an adjustable wrist strap for a secure, comfortable fit. Pleated fingers and knuckles provide added flexibility. Suede wiper patches and a wiper blade built into the left index finger help maintain a clear view. S–XL.
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Customer Reviews (23)
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- Best winter glove I've ownedReview by Jason
As someone who rides year round, winter gloves are a must. I also didn't want to break the bank with some of the more pricey gloves so I chose these. So far, I have not been disappointed.
They have proven to be waterproof, and even come with a little rubber squeegee attached to the pointer finger of the left hand glove to aid with clearing your visor while riding. I didn't find it that helpful and continued to resort to the full hand wipe as it seems to work better in wet conditions. And although I don't make it a habit to ride in the rain, I do ride in sub freezing temperatures regularly. This is where these gloves shine. They have handled the temperatures very well and only on longer trips have I noticed my hands (fingertips) beginning to get that tingling cold feeling.
As for comfort. They did take a couple hundred miles worth of riding to break in, but once they did, I have't noticed their bulk and they continue fit great. I wear a medium in most other gloves and these are no different.
I would highly recommend these, although I do have one complaint. They have begun to rip at the seam on the left hand thumb. Which so far, hasn't compromised their functionality, but I'm afraid they're going to come apart more, now that a tear has appeared. Time will tell.
Still, I'd buy these again. (Posted on 1/18/16)
- Great Winter GlovesReview by John
- I got these in the fall for all round cold weather use. They are very warm for Maine winter riding (when the roads allow!) but are excellent for all other typical winter activities. I have used them in 0F blizzard conditions and they kept my hands warm. The cuffs seal up well and come way up the arm. I typically wear an XL and the size XL seems right on. There is room for a light liner as well though I have not needed to use those yet. These are as good as anything from Marmot, North Face, Patagonia, etc at half the price. (Posted on 2/3/15)
- Cold Weather Waterproof Glove Review by Jax9200
- The gloves are a great value...and they keep my hands and fingers warm. The gauntlet style also keeps the wind from coming up my jacket sleeves. (Posted on 4/9/14)
- Warm But BigReview by LL
- Warm, a big bulky at first, most likely better after breaking in. These are men's sized gloves, for fat palms. I used the sizing guide to order, and since I have women's thinner hands, the gloves are too big. I will definitely exchange for smaller size, they are comfy and keep the cold rain out well. (Posted on 2/6/14)
- Great gloves above 32FReview by Daryl
- I've rode with these gloves for two winters now. They are 100% waterproof. They will keep my hands warm down to 32. Colder than that and my thumbs and fingertips can get painfully cold on the Interstate. But they are a tough protective waterproof glove with a generous gauntlet. Great for non-freezing wet/dry weather for sure. (Posted on 12/19/13)
- Good glovesReview by emankciN
- So far, best winter gloves I've owned. My fingers still get cold and start to get numb in 30/40 degree weather, but they don't get painfully cold and numb! They are bulky, but the insulation/shell don't have a "sloppy" fit like other gloves I've had (where you loose throttle response when the shell doesn't move with the insulation). My only complaint is the wiper catches on my clutch lever housing often. Wish they would have put the wiper on the outside of the thumb where it wouldn't catch on anything. (Posted on 11/29/12)
- Ride up AlcanReview by William
- Just rode to Alaska from Montana with these gloves. Hands cramped at first but gradually got used to them. Very warm and kept my hands dry. Only had low in the forties and rain near Whitehorse, Yukon so don't know if good any colder. Well made! Would recommend. (Posted on 7/5/12)
- Agreed - warm but bulkyReview by throw2k
Took them out in drizzle today for 30 minutes. Waterproof? My hands were totally dry at the end of the ride. Warm? Yes. Finger squeegee is nice, build quality looks good. Gaunlets are long, but tucked easily inside my jacket.
Cons: bulky for sure, I felt a bit sketchy on the front brake as a result, just had to be extra careful. This may just be all heavily insulated cold weather gloves though.
Will they keep my hands warm & dry? Probably. But have to get used to the feel. (Posted on 4/1/12)
- Warm, but bulkyReview by Tim
- Warm but bulky. Or bulky but warm. Anyway, they keep my hands warm but make operating clutch/brake slightly more difficult. Run small. (Posted on 2/24/12)
- Best cold weather glove, but not quite as picturedReview by Martin
First, I have to say that this is the warmest motorcycle (or general purpose) glove I've ever owned. It's perfect for NYC winters, and it's half the price of an all-hide gauntlet. Leather is great but gore-tex is the way of the future for warm, weatherproof gear.
The glove fits a little snug... I am right between a S and an M and went with the small. Snug is warmer than loose, though, and a loose glove makes manipulating controls harder, so I made the right choice. As mentioned below, there is so much warm padding in this glove that it gets more flexible as you break it in. Nice curved fingers, abrasion reinforcement, and a squeegee make it clear that this is a motorcycle glove that happens to be very warm, not vice versa. (Posted on 1/20/12)
- warmishReview by Strapping Lad
- I bought these for "winters" in Las Vegas. Typically in the low 40s high 30s at night. It may be my tolerance (or lack of) to wind chill but I can still feel the cold air through the gloves and makes my hands pretty cold. I also went by the size chart and ordered a Large even though I ALWAYS wear an XL. Yep... the Large is a bit small for my fat palms, it restricts my hand movement, and they start to cramp up after a while. These issues are personal, but the glove itself is very well made and the inside liner is very cozy. (Posted on 1/18/12)
- Quality GloveReview by HobieDog
- The gloves are warm and high quality. (Posted on 1/7/12)
- Great GlovesReview by Great Gloves
- I bought these gloves for my husband for his birthday. He had a pair in the past and loved them. He settled for a pair of cold weather gloves from a Harley dealership and he immediately returned them because his hands were cold. He loves his new gloves - wouldn't stop raving about them. Even better, they were a lot less expensive than the Harley gloves. These keep his hands nice and warm. I'm thankful because my hubby can enjoy his ride and keep his focus on the crazy drivers instead of his cold hands and trying to work the gears. Regardless of the price, its worth every penny for a safe and happy rider. (Posted on 12/19/11)
- cold weather gloveReview by gb
- Since the gloves have been backordered for a month and I don't have them, I can hardly review them. (Posted on 10/11/11)
- I bet I would love these gloves if...Review by Rocket Bob
- I bet I would love these gloves if they were in my possession. I ordered these gloves 3 weeks ago and they are still not here, better give them plenty of lead time or buy from another manufacturer. (Posted on 9/30/11)
- Good GloveReview by Josh Greenhill
- I've owned the same pair of these for several years now. I wore them on cold West Texas mornings on my 30-40 minute ride to class (17 degrees was the lower bound, I'm not going to say that it was warm and toasty, but I could still work the controls with ease). I now use them on the "shoulders" of the riding season in Southcentral Alaska. In my experience, the glove is very durable and is showing very little sign of wear after many thousands of miles. $57 for warm hands over many years. (Posted on 9/19/11)
- Pros and consReview by Brian
Bought these after a brutal mid-May trip up north last year. On that trip, the AirVantage Heated vest kept my torso warm while my Wickers undergarments and Sidi boots made mid-30's temps no problem while riding my FJR. Hands froze in leather gloves. That small body area controls a lot and my cold hands focused the ride on something besides the gorgeous countryside. I have looked for battery-powered heated gloves, but that technology isn't mature yet. These gloves do what they claim, but can be tight enough to restrict bloodflow at the fingertips when new.
Overall - glad I bought them. If you don't ride much, you may not like the fit, but if you have ever been in pain over the course of a cold, rainy 700 mile mid-May "fun ride" with constant temps lower than you set the thermostat in your fridge for, these gloves are the next best thing to heated gloves. Actually better, if your heated gloves aren't waterproof and the wet stuff is about... I will have these gloves in a side bag when crossing from Milwaukee to Seattle this May... bet I use 'em too. (Posted on 3/18/11)
- I ride 12k/yr 365 in rainy Seattle and give these A+Review by Blaine
- Hands down (pun not intended) the best cold weather/rain gloves I've owned...out of NINE pair of other gloves from makers including HELD ("Narvik"...sucked horribly; they're summer gloves are great but not their winter stuff). For those of you complaining about them making it hard to "operate" your switches and stuff, you're not giving them enough time to break in. My current pair has two full winters of Seattle riding plus the last two months of fall riding and they're still leak-proof and warm...and BROKEN IN. Complainers: if you want super comfy out of the bag, get something with no waterproof membrane and no insulation, sure, that glove is going to be very flexible, but you best be sticking to riding in June and July. I ride when it's 35F and raining cats and dogs and these gloves are what you want on. If you ride a sportbike (where your arms are at a quite steep angle and sustained, intense rain can eventually work it's way inside your cuffs, as opposed to a cruiser or dual sport where your hands are approx perpendicular to the road surface, thus eliminating that problem almost completely), get TWO PAIR and cycle them when one pair starts getting damp around the cuffs. You will NOT be dissapointed with these gloves! (Posted on 12/3/09)
- I bought these for a frie...Review by Kimber Santorella
- I bought these for a friend for Christmas. She already had a pair of winter gloves and she lets me borrow them on occassion. She let me borrow these once and I really liked them. They are very soft and comfortable and kept my hands warm. Last time I asked to borrow her warm gloves she didn't give me these, but kept them for herself. So, I'm back to order a pair for myself and my husband. (Posted on 3/25/09)
- I've spent twice as much ...Review by Michael Zumstein
- I've spent twice as much for half as good. These are THE ONES both hands warm, dry and cozy. (Posted on 2/28/08)
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