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Aerostich Triple Digit Covers

115 Review(s)
SKU: 442

Availability: In stock

$47.00

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Perfect!Review by Jim
Ordered covers in blaze orange. Typical Aerosticth quality which means they will last forever! I purchased primarily for riding in colder weather to supplement my outer layer (currently Frogg Toggs). It can be colder in the early mornings on long days and I like to wear an easily removable layer over my mesh gear. Secondarily for rain showers that last for more that a few minutes. Nothing I would change.

Thank you Aerostich! (Posted on 5/13/18)
Good Piece of GearReview by NATHAN
I used these for the first time tonight in a good down pour, and I asked myself how I previously got along without them.

Answer is - poorly!

Good fit over both my regular and cold weather riding gloves, water sheets off.

Best part, riding gloves were perfectly dry underneath...no sitting out or on the heater to dry tonight. (Posted on 4/24/18)
Dry hands!Review by Joe P
These over gloves do a great job. I had a pair a few years ago and left them on the passenger seat and lost them somewhere down the road. I missed them. If you have anything more than a tiny hand, you'll probably need the XL.
Also, I wish they could accommodate a visor wipe on the thumb...that would be nice. (Posted on 4/9/18)
Cold ThumbsReview by Switchback the Road Pirate
On my Goldwing with the Triple Digits, my thumbs always ends up pointing forward. Eventually, the tip of my thumb gets a little cold, even with inner gloves on. I like using light weight inner gloves, so my heated grips work better. I just cut a piece of polishing cloth off and stuffed it in the thumb tips. End of problem. (Posted on 3/2/18)
Great for cold weatherReview by Mike
I purchased the Triple Digits for both wet weather and cold weather riding. I've not had a chance to try them out in wet weather but I have used them in the cold.

The January temperatures in Central Texas can easily swing 20 degrees during the day. You might start your riding day at 35 degrees and end it in the high 50s. Before I bought the Triple Digits I used electric gloves when the temperature dropped into the low to mid 30s. Electric gloves are fine, but can be a real pain when you stop, and, they are an overkill as the temperature moves into the mid 40s.

I tried using the Triple Digits with my winter gloves in lieu of wiring up the electric gloves. I found the combination to be effective during my rides in the mid-30s. They do a great job breaking the wind, and trap some of the heat you lose through winter riding gloves. My hands were cool, but comfortable. Plus when the temperatures moved into the mid-40s I simply took them off and stowed them in saddle bag.

Next test will come this summer/spring when I get caught in the rain. (Posted on 2/8/18)
Warm and DryReview by Africa Twin
I live next to one of the most rainy sections of the U.S., the Olympic Peninsula and I commute to work at least three times a week, all year long. These gloves fit perfectly over riding gloves and still provide dexterity enough to show your I.D. to the gate sentry. Nice addition to cold climate and rainy riding gear.

Thanks Aerostich!!! (Posted on 2/3/18)
New TriplesReview by Dan
Love the visor wipe on my new Triple Digit Covers. Very helpful. (Posted on 1/7/18)
So good that you'll need to keep an eye on 'em Review by Bob
Love these covers. This is my 3rd pair since the first 2 sets were both stolen. I can only think that someone else loves them more than I do! (Posted on 9/25/17)
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)

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