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Snug as a bug
Best motorcycle gloves I own.
I own several pairs of gloves from AlpineStars and Cortech. These AlpineStars GTS-X gauntlet gloves were purchased with the AlpineStars Gt Pro R leather jacket. Match made in Heaven. I live and ride in freezing Minnesota USA and these gloves are toasty. I rode in 40 degree weather at pretty high speeds, didn't feel a thing. The only thing to be careful of is Alpinestars' products tend to be a little on the small size. I had to exchange out for a 2XL when I normally wear just XL. I would buy these again in a heart beat.
October 31, 2014
Great Tour Glove
Rode with these from southern Germany to western Norway. Most of our 3200 mile trip I was in these gloves. I found the gloves to be quite comfortable and not overly lacking on the tactile feel for my bike even in hairpin turns. My hands stayed an even temp even when we hit lows in the 30's and highs in the mid 80's. These gloves are not 100% waterproof. Now maybe I had some wiking going on but I think they absorb water through the palms. We got into heavy rain for 150 miles and I needed to change gloves after that. I was ringing them out. They did dry fast and I wore them the next day. Light rain they held up. They broke in around 200 miles. I have a another pair of A Stars I wear when it is hot or need more tactile feel. All in all I really like this glove.
July 25, 2014
The first textile glove I purchased and what a great way to start. The spring day I bought them was a perfect day to try them on. Fit and feel we're amazing. Sizing was as stated on Revzilla's chart.
The Goretex liner kept my hand just right even on an 80 degree day.
May 19, 2014
Excellet protection from rain without the bulk. See sizing notes
Note on size - Using my palm side of the right hand, I measured from the outsize of my index knuckle to the outsize of my pinkie knuckle - 3 5/8 inches. That put me right at the large end of Medium and small end of Large. I ordered the large first but it was too big and fingers were far too long (and I have relatively long fingers). The medium is absolutely spot-on perfect for me. So, if you're between sizes, go with the smaller one. I can't say enough just how perfect these gloves fit, for a waterproof glove it just doesn't get any better.
There is practically no airflow at all in these gloves. However, they are thin and not insulated so I don't get too hot in them. After a couple hours, my hands start to get slightly clammy and putting the gloves on and off gets a little harder. For my regular commute to and from work though, it's totally fine in Hawaii weather - high humidity and 70-85ish temps.
I recently rode in the rain and stayed absolutely dry in these. The Gore-tex liner is why I bought these gloves and they performed as expected. As these are not insulated, the gloves are nice an thin and they don't feel sloppy when twisting the throttle or reaching for the levers.
May 15, 2014
Exactly what I wanted
I bought these gloves to fill the gap between fully perforated summer gloves and a well insulated winter glove. I'm a baby about my hands getting cold or sweaty so these were perfect.
They keep my hands warm on the morning commute when it's about 55 out (I'm not going more than 40 mph though) and when it's warmer on the way home they don't get too hot. I rode in them over the weekend to a tailgate, they were perfect for the cold morning but it was just short of 80 when I went home and then they were a little too hot but I was impressed that I wasn't hating how warm they were.
I've also gone through some rather serious downpours in them and can report that they are totally waterproof. I was really impressed. They took a little while to dry out and by when I took them off the inside was just a tiny bit damp but I think that was just me sweating in them.
The little visor wipe is totally useless, it's just a flap of rubber that smears water around. I couldn't tell the difference between using the wipe and just the glove. A piece of rubber that was actually more triangle shaped would be far more effective since it would actually have an edge but really this is a very minor complaint, the gloves are excellent overall.
October 14, 2013
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Richard C: I chose this because I needed an all weather glove with good wrist protection for my daily commute of 40 miles a day. So far it has been pretty faithful.Dec 21, 2014
jean louis l: water proof and suit the tropical weatherSep 14, 2014
Zach P: Alpinestars is a really good company and I love their products and this was perfect for me because it goes up the wrist and it's waterproof and a lot of protection for crashes if you do go down and put your hands down. And the red white black looks so sickJun 7, 2014
austin l: wanted a late spring early fall season race glove that I can also tour withOct 23, 2013
Michael S: I wanted something between the hot-weather and cold-weather gloves I had, these seemed perfect.Oct 10, 2013
Jeffrey M asked:I am a medium in Dainese and Rev-it, (about 8.3 hand circumference) The video review says these tend to run more of a European fit. Do you think i should get a medium or a large?Jul 22, 2014
GLOVE SIZING INSTRUCTIONS: Using your right hand, place a tape measure under your palm and measure from the knuckle of your forefinger to the knuckle of your pinkie finger. Note the measurement and compare it to the chart below.
2 1/8" - 2 5/8"
2 5/8" - 3 1/8"
3 1/8" - 3 5/8"
3 5/8" - 4 1/8"
4 1/8" - 4 5/8"
4 5/8" - 5 1/8"
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.