AGV Sport Telluride Touring Gloves
Excellent product for the money
These are under $60, well made, windproof and waterproof. Not much to go wrong there. They took a little breaking in - maybe two rides? They are comfortable. If I had one slight beef it would be that the thumbs are a little stiff and hard to bend. I assume they will get better over time as they break in more so I'm not going to complain too much.
As far as weather - I was out riding in 28F weather on the highway and there were no "cold-related" issues (using heated grips). My toes gave out long before my hands.
I followed the size chart exactly and they are on the snug side so if you plan to ride with a thin liner or have long fingers bump up one size.
December 15, 2014
I needed a pair of all weather gloves for winter riding as my hands were no longer willing to cooperate with my commute in 40º weather while wearing summer gloves. I wanted to stay warm but inexpensively. The gloves fit true to size, a little snug because of the liner, as I am a large in the majority of brands. They grip well, I still can feel my controls and all my digits stay warm. All together a great buy!
December 2, 2014
Decent Glove until Temps Drop Under 50 degrees
I bought the glove for cold morning commuting. I ride a Triumph Sprint ST1050 every day 45 miles one way. The late fall and early winter mornings average 45 to 50 degrees. The gloves are comfortable but you will notice an expected difference in grip due to the insulation. It felt a little bulky but something I would trade for warm hands. I don't have hand guards on my bike which may make a difference. My hands start out warm but after about 20 minutes on my hour commute at the lower end of 45-50 degree weather my finger tips get pretty cold. I'm usually traveling at about 60 to 65 so the wind makes a difference as well. I would say they are better than normal gloves but not much better. I wear a 2XL in Scorpion or Cortech gloves. I got the same size with these and they fit fine. If I had to do it all over, I would either try a bit higher end glove or go for a heated pair.
December 1, 2014
Good and inexpensive.
These gloves are great so far. They keep my hands warm during short range rides. They are pretty uncomfortable at first but after you break them in they feel pretty good. I would recommend these if you ride in 70- 40 degree weather. Any warmer and your hands start sweating and any colder your hands start going numb. Definitely worth the price.
December 1, 2014
great glove for the money
very warm glove, fit is good allows very good dexterity.
November 10, 2014
Good value for the price point
Bought these for the cool riding in fall and spring. I ride in the pacific northwest, so the weather is not terribly cold. However, the morning commute at around 10 - 15 degree Celsius (50-59 F) for the 45 minute ride at highway speeds can chill the fingers. Prior to these, I had pulled out some ski gloves that are very bulky and offer no protection. These sport touring gloves are very nice. Still bulkier than summer gloves obviously. However, the feel is good and the gloves keep my hands warm. Especially the fingers. They are not particularly breezy but then that's what I expected to keep the air flow from chilling the fingers. The protective features are good from what I saw at this price point. Have not tested the protective nature of the glove,and hope not to. So far, the experience has been good for this fair weather rider.
October 21, 2014
Great glove for the money.
Wore these on a 1700 mi ride in Sept in ID, MT, WY. Great fit and break in was short. Only complaint was on 20 degree mornings up to about 38 degrees they were a little cold. No heated grips. Overall a great buy.
September 22, 2014
Good inexpensive glove!
I bought these gloves because I keep getting caught in the rain and got tired of pruney hands. I have yet to wear them in the rain but on an unseasonably cold day they saved my hands from freezing. Hard to beat at the price!
September 15, 2014