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Aerostich Triple Digit Covers

107 Review(s)
SKU: 442

Availability: In stock

$47.00

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They work, BUT....Review by Matt Z
These are the over-gloves you want. They are 3-fingered so you get enough dexterity but also get simplicity and warmth when needed. (5 fingers means more surface area and seams that can leak, less breathability, etc). They are unlined, so putting them on is quick. They have a one-handed drawstring cuff cinch, which also helps, and a convenient palm strap keeps the hand anchored inside. And the construction quality is superb. Keeps the rain out on wet days and the wind out on chilly mountain roads. These things allow me to use Summer gloves in Spring and Fall. I love all them!
BUT: if you don't have rubber handlebar grips, you will find them very slippery. You will simply need to spray some Plasti Dip or Aqua Seal on the over-gloves' palm surfaces, or you will kill at least your throttle hand trying to control your bike.
(Posted on 8/24/17)
nice glovesReview by Michael
just got them. hasn't rained yet but they're perfect. fit good. nice gauntlet. seem dry. (Posted on 4/23/17)
Kept my hands dry.Review by Elias
These kept my hands dry during some torrential rain. But....they are slippery, on levers and on grips that are a million years old (and should be changed, that's on me). I put some skateboard grip tape on strategic points on the gloves and it did wonders.

I wish that Aerostich would consider a "trigger finger" variant of these gloves. Until I wore these I never realized that I often use my three outer fingers on the levers while keeping my index finger on or near the bars. It felt a little sketchy trying to use the levers with my outer two fingers, they just ain't got the strength. Some sidecar turning techniques involve rolling on throttle and simultaneously applying front brake - I couldn't with these on.

Yes they kept my hands dry and warm, but with the way that I operate the controls (on all my bikes, not just sidecars) they feel a little unsettling. Might you fine folks consider a trigger finger variant? I will buy the first pair. (Posted on 11/28/16)
Delivered as PromisedReview by Mark
Wore these gloves in several driving rains. They kept my riding gloves nice and dry. Moshe slight leakage (I had the sleeves cinched tight), but understandable given the heavy rain (hey; you either ride through, or stop. Life is a choice.). Overall I am pleased with these covers, the three digits were no problem. (Posted on 7/18/16)
Sleestack Gloves!Review by Mark
Had to replace my Sleestack Gloves (Triple Digit) that I've had for many years as I somehow put a hole in them. I love the new ones, they put a squeegee into them! These gloves keep me mitts nice and dry and, as I bought the orange ones, add one more bit of visibility to my attire. Since these are rain gloves, more visibility is very good. Thanks Aerostich! (Posted on 6/22/16)
Dry gloves, YayReview by Doug
I picked these up the other day from my mail-drop and true to form, it started raining. I slipped these on and rode home and my leather gloves stayed completely dry underneath, wonderful. The "Spock" grip is a bit odd, but worked out OK. I did find the grip of these overgloves to be a little slippery, but it did not affect control of the bike. (Posted on 6/5/16)
The fit is perfectReview by David
Received these last week while preparing for a month long cross country ride (leave next week). Last year's ride was done in a lot of rain and I rode with soaked hands for days so I'm taking no chances this year. Since it hasn't rained a drop this week I can tell you that the fit is perfect (XL) over my 2XL cold weather gloves. Getting in and out is easy. I rode the scoot to see how they gripped and everything was terrific including a fairly natural feel on the controls. I'll let you know how they work in real rain. Until then............ (Posted on 5/12/16)
They work greatReview by YankeeDespot
I was reluctant to spend $50, but didn't want wet hands on long trips, or to ruin my expensive racing gloves. I recently rode 3000 miles through 4 states, and the last 600 miles it rained the whole way. I really came to appreciate the attention to detail in the design of these covers. They went on easy, and didn't hinder my riding. And my hands stayed dry. This was mostly highway, and I can imagine around town you'll need to keep your hands up during stops, but I can't imagine a better solution to this problem. (Posted on 5/2/16)
Didn't work for me.Review by John
Although these may very well be waterproof, I really have no way of knowing. I wear long gauntlet gloves, so tucking those and the rain gloves under my sleeves doesn't work. And with the rain gloves over my sleeves, they fill with water within 10 or 15 minutes of rain, even if I'm on the freeway and not stopping. I ride a sporty bike (VFR800) and even though the handlebars aren't very low, they're below my shoulders, so the rain just pours in. (Posted on 4/18/16)
Aerostich Triple Digit CoversReview by Dan
Great covers. Used them on 4 Corners in 2014 in which I had a whole day of rain and stayed dry and warm. Have also used them in cold weather, and they keep the wind from getting to your gloves, and keep your hands warm and toasty. (Posted on 2/11/16)

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