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Alpinestars Overland Drystar Gloves
  • Alpinestars Overland Drystar Gloves - Black
  • Alpinestars Overland Drystar Gloves - Black/Florescent Yellow
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Alpinestars Overland Drystar Gloves

An all-weather touring glove, featuring Alpinestars exclusive Drystar waterproof and breathable technology, the Alpinestars Overland Glove features advanced TPR molded knuckle protection and Alpinestars patented finger bridge technology, improving safety performance and strength. Accordion flex inserts enhance fit and feel while reducing hand fatigue on long journeys.


  • Goatskin leather and high abrasion resistant fabric construction
  • Suede reinforcements for added durability and grip
  • Technical, 100% waterproof Drystar® glove, offering breathability and comfort
  • Designed to be worn over or under jacket sleeves
  • Built-in molded knuckle protectors
  • Advanced EVA inserts for increased impact absorption
  • Alpinestars patented finger-bridge prevents finger separation and stops twisting around the little finger in the event of a slide
  • TPR finger stylus for use with bike navigation systems (GPS)
  • Accordion inserts on fingers and top of hand for maximum flexibility
  • Double wrist closure firmly secures the glove
  • Reflective details

Note: TPR finger stylus works with pressure-sensitive touch screens and will not work with heat-sensitive touch screens, such as those on iPhone and Android phones.

Alpinestars Glove Sizing

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.

MeasurementAlpha Size Numeric Size 
2 1/8" - 2 5/8" XS7
2 5/8" - 3 1/8" SM8
3 1/8" - 3 5/8" MD9
3 5/8" - 4 1/8" LG10
4 1/8" - 4 5/8"  XL11
4 5/8" - 5 1/8" 2XL12

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 844341 3525513-10-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 844342 3525513-10-M Out of Stock
Black / LG 844343 3525513-10-L Out of Stock
Black / XL 844344 3525513-10-XL/3525513-10XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 844345 3525513-10-XXL/3525513-10-2XL Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 844346 3525513-10-3XL Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Black/Florescent Yellow / SM 844347 3525513-1015-S Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
Black/Florescent Yellow / MD 844348 3525513-1015-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Florescent Yellow / LG 844349 3525513-1015-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Florescent Yellow / XL 844350 3525513-1015-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Florescent Yellow / 2XL 844351 3525513-1015-XXL/3525513-1015-2X Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Black/Florescent Yellow / 3XL 844352 3525513-1015-3XL/3525513-1015-3X Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment


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Alpinestars Overland Drystar Gloves 3.6 5 7 7
I like them I've had the hi-viz ones for a few weeks now, and have had the opportunity to use them in temps ranging from about 40F to about 65F. I find them to be very comfortable in that temperature range. Haven't had a chance to try them in freezing temps yet, but I have heated grips, and will use that plus glove liners to give these a shot when it's freezing. The gloves fit just a little on the snug side, but very comfortably so - I would still call them true to size. When I first used them, they felt a little rough on the knuckles of my right hand, but seemed to break in and feel comfortable very quickly. The hi-viz 'pops' visually, which helps get attention quickly when using hand signals on group rides. These are currently my 'go-to' gloves. I think these are an outstanding value, especially at the current sale price of about $90. They were a few bucks more expensive when I bought mine. November 9, 2015
My search for a cool (not cold) weather glove has ended. Initial impressions with taking them out yet. Pros: comfortable, ease on, easy off, good dexterity, looks sharp, no fingernail splitting seam on the finger tips (like my Spidi glove), light insulation for the cool temp ride Cons: The cuff could be a little larger (not a deal breaker as it can ((with a little effort)) go over the sleeve of my Tour Masters Rincon jacket, fingers are a little long (I'd rather have them long and loose than short and cramped) and the fit is a little sloppy (again, not a deal breaker) I just returned the AStars Dri-star Apex because of the weird wrist strap position. The only reason why I gave this AStar glove a try was because the former was so comfortable. Although not perfect it is as close as I think I'll get. I may cut off the leather cover for the wrist strap. Other than a nuisance I don't see it's purpose. I may also split the fourth (pinky) and the third finger bridge for greater dexterity. October 1, 2015
Not all-weather at all I bought the gloves in Paris, France a couple of years ago but I started using it just a year later. While they look nice and they are easier to use than other bulky all-weather gloves I have, I found the waterproofness to be almost zero; on any serious rain over 15 minutes they start to get wet and a few hours of riding in the rain are a pain for every second. The temperature range for these gloves is about 8-15 degrees Celsius, they are too warm for more and not warm enough for less; they are definitely not winter gloves as I was told in the store when I bought it. To complete the protection part: I had one accident wearing these gloves that left me with a broken finger from sliding on the asphalt. There is some knuckle protection, but the rest of the protection is just for abrasion - there is no abrasion mark on the gloves, but the finger was broken and never recovered to 100% . November 3, 2014
Amazing gloves super comfortable gloves. leather is very soft and resistance color is perfect hi viz with black September 23, 2014
Fit is good features are good These gloves fit fine and were comfortable however my hands were freezing. Temperatures were 35 to 40 degrees i bought winter gloves these did not do the job. Nick December 17, 2013
Not very warm, super stiff. Expected Better. I bought these to be my gloves as a winter alternative to my "alpinestars sp-1"(which they are still warmer than), but am a little disappointed with the level of wind protection from them, I'm located in Sydney riding at a minimum usually of 10-12 degrees celsius, and my hands were still freezing by the end of a half hour ride. They fit me well, but are the STIFFEST gloves I have ever put on in ten years of riding, and the first couple few times I wore them it would fatigue my arm to keep a grip on the bars for more than a few minutes, I'd have to try and open my hands intermittently whenever I could, but as I wear them more they are flexing slightly more easily, hopefully eventually they'll be at a tolerable level for some longer distance rides, and I wonder if this would also be affecting the poor temperature comfort of the gloves by limiting blood flow to my hands as I have to grip so tight. I did notice in the video review Anthony selling the good flexibility, I imagine his must've been pre-worn extensively for this to be true. July 26, 2013
Odd proportions To start off, I have square hands: My palms are 4"x4" and my middle finger is 4" long. A MD fits me very well except in volume. The hard knuckle across the top is actually a little wider than my hand, so the hard knuckle pulls at the sides when I close my hand in these gloves. For that reason, I might want to size up to a LG, except I wouldn't want the fingers any longer. In a MD, my index, middle, and ring fingers all fit comfortably with a little room (good for cold-weather insulation), but the pinky is right up at the end, and hence, has compresses the insulation there and gets cold. Furthermore, the thumb is very long on the gloves. When holding my hand up flat (like I'm going to Judo-chop Random Task) my thumb comes up just past my big knuckle on my index finger. The tip of the glove's thumb extends past the second knuckle, leaving almost a full 1" flopping about. I have embarrassing honked my horn accidentally more than once because of this. When holding the controls, the thumb isn't as crazy-long, but it still leaves you wondering who A-stars' hand-model was for the gloves... Those are the only concerns though. The gloves are solid without being restricting and keep me warm up to freeway speeds in near freezing temperatures. (I have a strong cold-tolerance though. I'm still riding today with weather in the single-digits, so maybe they are more like 40+ gloves on average.) Decent reflectivity also helps in the short daylight months. All-in-all, a good glove, despite slightly odd finger lengths. January 4, 2013
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Gregory M: first cold weather glove - looked to be good benchmark product Nov 21, 2015
Miguel F: Good price point. Although with mixed reviews, it is worth the risk. More to come after trying them on. Nov 3, 2015
chris s: Cool weather glove Oct 21, 2015
Heather T: I was really tired of cold wet hands when riding in the rain and lower temps Sep 1, 2014
Hamish M: I needed a good winter glove, these were on clearance. I like the look & the features also most of the reviews were good. Aug 18, 2014
Kalen G: Gloves look decent and they are supposed to be water proof which is important for the sporadic weather here. Jun 18, 2014