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The Jet Road Gore-Tex is a full length touring glove featuring a dual layer storm gauntlet closure for 100% waterproof performance. A built-in, advanced TPU molded knuckle is discretely housed within the outer surface while the durable outer fabric chassis is reinforced with leather. Highly breathable and ergonomic with extensive accordion flex panels, the Jet Road Glove is supremely comfortable and designed for enhanced fit and feel.
High abrasion resistant fabric and goatskin leather construction
Suede reinforcements for added durability and grip
I bought these gloves for winter riding in Melbourne, Australia. The gloves are fine until the temperature falls below 6 or 7 degrees, at this point your fingers start going numb within 10 minutes, I purchased some wind proof glove liners and they have just made the glove more bulkier, I didn't notice whether the glove liner made any difference at all in the temperature. In my opinion they're not worth the price.
July 23, 2014
Great fitting and sporty!
I love my Alpinestars Jet Road Gore-Tex Gloves. They are comfortable, look great, are warm, and offer good protection. Word of warning.....
They are built a little small according to the way we size gloves around these parts. I usually wear medium to large gloves. My hand is right at 4 in. across the widest area and I had to have an extra large in this glove. The ex-large fits perfectly. The gang at Revzilla warned me of this and kept me from having to send back a glove that was too small.
December 2, 2013
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Wes J: I'm looking for a hardcore winter glove, and this sounds like the thing. I have inner liners, but my hands still get cold below 10F or so. This also looks like it has excellent waterproofing and great design for the gauntlet.Nov 10, 2014
Steve D: I ride in New York City. Very Very cold in the winters. Seems like it should be the best glove for the job with out moving into heated gloves. Revzilla video sold me. Will let you know in the spring how they worked out.Nov 18, 2013
German D asked:Would this gloves be warmer than the Rukka's R-Star?Mar 25, 2015
Robert B. W:I don't have experience with the Rukka glove. The Alpinestars glove, for me, is effective down to about 50 degrees Fareheight at 50 mph and above. I do not have hand guards, Below 50 degrees I wear battery-powered heated mittens from Gerbing.Mar 25, 2015
A shopper asked:I'm looking for a glove for cold weather down to maybe Zero. I ride a Vegas 8-Ball..no screen...no faring....need wind and cold protection. Would this glove fit that scenario? Video was choppy and not watchable. Thanks for your time.Nov 11, 2013
Mikel A:I rode with these gloves in snow and ice and I'll tell you that they aren't as warm as I would have hoped. They are great when it's 42+ deg F. out. I wouldn't use them in much colder weather. I had to stuff some hand warmers inside them to keep myself from shivering. They maintain good weatherproofing though and are my favorite glove for spring and fall.Nov 12, 2013
Robert B. W:Just got the gloves--it hasn't gotten that cold yet this year in San Diego County. I suspect these gloves, will be good to about 35-40 with my hand guards on the bike. I would be surprised if any non-heated glove could take care of the situation you describe. Get some Gerbing, or other brand, battery-heated gloves.Nov 12, 2013
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.