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Aerostich Elkskin Gauntlets

51 Review(s)
SKU: 464-465-466

Availability: In stock

$85.00

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Elkskin Gauntlet GlovesReview by Joe in frosty NY
The gloves do everything as spoken in the catalog. The seam on a couple of the fingers are not in the best place, should be back farther (the cut) The seam on a couple fingers is right under my finger nail, so it pushes my finger nails up. Partly my fault I have "piano fingers" and my fingers are touching the top. Best pair of gloves I've found so far. I would like gloves that have thin material on the palm side and thicker on the back (wind side) even padded on the back would be fine. Maybe even offer a "tall" size. XL-tall with fingers 1/4" longer. Move the finger seams to the wind side also. Thank you. (Posted on 10/25/13)
Aerostich Customer ServiceReview by customerservice
Jonathan - Recently our shippers restructured our rates, especially for smaller and lighter weight packages like this. Most rates are now about half of what they were. (Posted on 8/18/13)
Come on guysReview by Jonathan
These gloves are cool and all, but c'mon - they are just leather gloves with a tiny bit of technology in them. They would be a good deal at $50, and there is no reason why they should cost $13.95 to ship and take 10 days to get here.
Love the whole Aerostich concept and am on my second RC after wearing the first one out (Combat Lites too!) - but am a bit non-plussed by this purchase. (Posted on 8/16/13)
Aerostich Customer ServiceReview by customerservice
The customer was contacted to return the gloves in exchange for another pair. (Posted on 5/23/13)
Elkskin GauntletReview by Rob
These gloves fit well, but mine showed really extraordinary wear after less than a year of use - about 5,000 miles. (I have been riding for nearly 30 years and have had many pair of gloves.) These gloves have never touched the ground and have only had normal wear.

Yesterday, (March 17, 2013) I spoke to the Aerostitch rep in San Francisco at the pop-up store and showed him the gloves. He seemed to agree that the wear was out of the ordinary and pointed out that the elkskin in my gloves may have been a little more than they typically see, and speculated that the elkskin in my gloves 'might have come from an area of the hide that had slightly softer leather (Collegens?, fibers ?...or whatever...but was essentially within the normal spec otherwise)'. He suggested that the skin is sometimes very slightly different when it comes from different parts of the animal and thus may wear slightly unevenly, but he did not offer me another pair of gloves or any type of discount on another. So, though I have a Roadcrafter suit and a pair of the insulated elkskin gloves that don't appear to have the same problem (though they are newer so who knows) , I certainly wouldn't order another pair of elkskin gloves nor recommend them. (Posted on 3/19/13)
Lovin da Elkskin Gauntlet GlovesReview by jpaw
Been riding with my elkskin gauntlet gloves for a couple of weeks now. I was quite surprised that they fit perfectly when I first put them on, and am also surprised that they kept my hands warm in moderately cold weather. I do have some bulky gloves for extremely cold weather but will probably buy the insulated gauntlet pair also.

Last weekend had a motorcycle accident that I am only now recovering from. Tore my leather pants, but I must say the gloves held up. Without that impact padding over the knuckles, which was marked up, it is fair to say I would have some hurt knuckles. So yes I am in love with my elkskin gauntlet gloves. (Posted on 3/1/13)
great gloveReview by molly
i've worn the elkskin ropers forever and bought these for the gauntlet. the black leather was not as soft right out of the box, but after i oiled them they were close enough. i love the gauntlet, especially on cold days. i had to take out the elastic. but most probably won't ( i mean, i wear my undershirts inside out because the seams bug me) . (Posted on 1/26/13)
Aerostich Customer ServiceReview by customerservice
Sorry to hear your gloves are having issues. One option is to send them back to us for a replacement pair. Another option that may fix the twisting is to turn the fingers on the glove inside out and trim excess leather close to the seams, which may allow the seams to relax enough to alleviate the twisting. –Customer Service. (Posted on 12/4/12)
50% greatReview by D
I've had these for just over a week and have to say first off that so many of the great qualities mentioned by everyone else are true: soft/strong/comfortable/easy to use/etc. But there's one issue that makes me think I may have to buy a different pair of gloves elsewhere: the right-hand glove fingers are twisting. Left hand fits fine, but the ring and pinky finger of the right hand glove have spun about 90 degrees clockwise so that even with the glove off and laying on the table, these two fingers lay on their side. This means that I'm grabbing the throttle straight down on a seam. It's as if the stitching is too tight between the middle/ring finger causing the rest of the finger to twist. Not sure if I just got a bad glove since the left hand is fine or if others have had similar issues... (Posted on 12/3/12)
Best Gloves I've Ever OwnedReview by Greg Ess
Ok... I've owned a few pairs of gloves.

I'm not a racer boy and will never be, but I expect my gloves to be functional, protective, comfortable, and long-lived. I like deerskin and elk because they allow reasonable dexterity and deal well with getting wet, which happens fairly frequently when one uses a bike for practical transport.

I've owned gloves from Thurlow, Zee Leathers, Bates and lots of lesser brands. Most of my deerskin gloves from other sources were either lacking in protective features, poorly sewn, or ready for the bin in about a year and a half of daily use.

The latest pair of the Aerostich elkskin gauntlets I recently purchased are the third pair I've owned. Each pair I've purchased has been better than the last.

These were perfect right out of the box. Hides were not too thick -- soft, and ready to go without break-in. I've never had a seam fail on one of these, and each has lasted at least 5 full years of daily use. Retention systems work with a variety of different jackets/suits, the extra protection on the knuckles and heel of the hand is great without being overkill. The shield wiper is nothing short of brilliant. I do ATM ride throughs and gas purchases without even taking my gloves off -- dexterity is great.

I have a full fairinged bike with grip heaters and I wear them year round. They are not too warm in stinking maryland summers and are warm enough with the heaters cranked.

Comfortable, long-lived, safe and reasonably priced. My preference are the ones in natural finish.

For street or adventure touring use, you can't go wrong with these. These gloves did for gloves what the Roadcrafter did for riding suits. (Posted on 11/18/12)

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