AGV Sport Telluride Touring Gloves
Decent glove for the money
No frills, cool (not cold) weather gloves.
Not the warmest, but they'll do you better than summer gloves on those unexpected chilly mornings/evenings.
February 9, 2016
Okay buy for the money
I ride year round in Northern Virginia and I thought these gloves would help keep the cold out. Most of the time they do but when the temperature drops below 40 degrees my fingertips get cold. I don't know how well they keep out the water since I haven't used them in the rain yet. I bought the XL but they are a little too big and I didn't want to return them and get something too small. They still work okay for how I ride. Be aware they are really only for moderately cold weather.
January 19, 2016
Great WP gloves
I use these as commuter gloves when it rains and they work great. They are a little bulky, which is why I don't use them when it's not raining. They are nice and warm, so you could use as cold weather gloves if you don't mind the bulk. (note: the bulk isn't THAT bad. It's my personal preference for a slimmer glove when possible.
The gauntlet is an easy one strip connection and stays well. Will have to see how long it lasts, but so far, no sign of wear.
Protection seems adequate for what you would use them for. I gave a 5 on "air flow", but that's because it does what it's supposed to with the air flow; stop it.
They do get heavy when they've been in the rain for awhile and takes time to dry out, but they are still useable because they are #drum roll)..... dry inside.
January 19, 2016
Bulky but probably good for the long haul
I have not toured with these gloves yet. I have been able to ride around town in these for 30+ minutes at a time in dry as well as rain in temperatures 19F to 60F and 85%+ humidity (no heated grips, no hand guards, windshield or fairing) at 30-40 MPH.
The leather on the outside did get soaking wet (it's leather), but hands were dry the whole time. My hands get cold very easily. These gloves worked between 30F - 55F. Over that, hands were sweaty but the wicking seems to work well so I wasn't uncomfortable. Below that they were cold due to the windchill while riding. At 19F, I thought my fingers were going to fall off but still I am quite sure that with some hand guards and/or an additional thin glove liner (like thermasilk) I'd be able to ride in almost any weather.
I got the medium. The fit is good, slightly large on the fingers, which is ok by me. I needed to break them in and get used to them because they are really quite bulky. I can't even unzip my jacket or handle keys from my pocket with these on. In stop-go traffic I found them to be cumbersome. So basically, you put these on and you ride and do nothing else.
I am not sure if these can be used in summer, but the fact that windchill did make my hands colder means there is some air flow. Despite all the downsides, I really like them, I think they work well for the intended purpose and I am keeping them!
November 30, 2015
Warm on a chilly day!
When these glove first arrived i thought they maybe a little bulky. They look like armored snowboard gloves. Today was a little chilly so my usual light summer glove wasn't going to cut it, so i broke these out... Pleasantly supprised, they handled well. No issues with the clutch, brake or throttle.
They fit over my jacket which is what i wanted... This was my first ride in a few weeks that my hands where nice and toasty... Good fit, comfort and protection... Think once they break in they'll be perfect...
November 8, 2015
Extremely comfortable and warm
I love these gloves. I am a new Ducati rider and these worked nice in the early spring months.
June 29, 2015
Great windproof gloves
I haven't used these during extended periods of heavy rain, or in summer; but so far they have held up to the task. They fit snugly (I still need to wear them in) and I can't feel the negative effects of cold air at night or on those ultra early-morning winter rides. Will provide more info when I have used them during summer
June 12, 2015
Good cool weather glove
My hands were warm above 45 degrees (Fahrenheit), anything less than that and you will get cold; but there is not a non-heated glove out there that will keep your hands warm in those temps. if you want to ride in that weather you have to get heated grips and/or those big things that go over your hands and the ends of the handlebars. The gloves do a good job of keeping the wind out of you jacket and are comfortable. Good for the price.
April 29, 2015