Alpinestars Arctic Drystar Gloves
Este producto tiene buenas caracteristicas
Muy buen guante aunque a bajas temperaturas no tienen tan buen aislamiento
September 14, 2015
Great for cool weather.
Best gloves so far for the cool, damp mornings (around 50 degrees Fahrenheit). Good value for the price.
August 31, 2015
I bought these gloves, and the left glove fit fine. I had no problem putting it on, and it fit nice. I went to put on the right glove, and it seemed like a size too small. I could barely get my hand into it, and it reduced my dexterity. I looked to see if it was labeled improperly, but it was a large. At a quick glance they looked the same, but after closer inspection they were made just a little differently. Possibly poor quality control from the factory. I'm planning on buying another pair just to see if I can get the right fit.
March 18, 2015
Don't Buy em!
They are Impossible to get on your hand, they are too tight around the Cuff. Also, when you take the glove off, the entire lining wants to come out with your hand! I recommend the Klim glove for a little more money.
February 9, 2015
Great glove that's a little tough to put on.
I always wear Alpinestars Large gloves, they're always snug but comfortable. These gloves are no exception.The usual extraordinary Alpinestars quality. My only gripe is getting the cuff over my hand when putting it on is pretty challenging but once I get it on I can feel the controls and my hands stay warm and dry. I have worn these in rain before and as long as you keep the knitted cuff dry the glove stays dry. Once you get that knitted cuff wet, the water migrates to the rest of the inside of the glove. I find it hard to fault it for that though since it's really not a wet weather glove. If you are looking for something for wet weather, this is not your glove. Go with something that has a gauntlet style cuff.
January 26, 2015
PROS: short cuff nice because when temp gets warmer i could open zipper on sleeve to cool down not the same with gauntlet winter glove ive had before. covers sleeve zipper. .
CONS: dont like the strap across wrist on gloves. no need for them. slip on and go. when not strapped, strap flap around if not secured.guess in accident situation helpful to keep gloves from slipping off
OVERALL: no big issues. sportbike rider. good fall/winter glove. mid 30s to low 50s. anyhting higher in temp glove to warm. not bulky, feels like a summer glove..
January 19, 2015
Size and Quality
My fist size is exactly the same as Anthony's and even though he wears Large on this particular glove i did buy the XL just to make sure it fits.
It's tight when you try to push your hand through the glove where the elastic strap is and the my fingers are a bit short inside the glove.
Other than that i really love the glove, its pretty thick and perfect for winter, the design is really nice and it offers good protection (7/10 ) .
If you buy this glove my opinion is to go one size over the size chart or even two sizes up for others.
December 1, 2014
Solid Glove for Fall/Spring Riding
This is a solid glove. Just came in from riding around for a couple of hours in 50 degree temperatures and my hands feel great. I have yet to ride them below 50 degrees.
These are definitely a spring/fall below-60 degree glove for me. My hands just get sweaty in them when the temp goes any higher. When that happens, you gotta grip the finger tips tight with the other hand as you pull off the glove or the lining starts to pull out. It's not a problem when the temps are lower.
I'm wearing a medium and they're a tad snug. I have one of those hands where there's space to spare in some of my fingers, while the other two just tap the top of the glove. I might try a large next time when I look for a more robust summer glove.
Love the features. Solid construction. Nice glove.
November 3, 2014