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Alpinestars Tech Road Gore-Tex Gloves

An all-weather sport touring leather glove, the Alpinestars Tech Road Gore-Tex is both waterproof and breathable and features race-derived protection and accordion flex panels for enhanced fit and feel.

Features:

  • Goatskin leather for abrasion and tear resistance
  • Suede reinforcements for added durability and grip
  • High abrasion resistant fabric
  • Technical twin-layer wrist Gore-Tex glove designed to enclose jacket sleeves for weather protection and comfort
  • New easy in/out lining with thermal back hand and reduced palm for improved grip and comfort
  • Alpinestars patented DFS knuckle protector for unmatched impact absorption
  • Advanced EVA inserts for increased impact absorption
  • Water drain eyelet in the outer cuff layer
  • Alpinestars patented finger-bridge prevents finger separation and stops twisting around the little finger in the event of an impact slide
  • TPR finger stylus for use with bike navigation systems (GPS)
  • Helmet visor wipe strip mounted on left thumb 
  • Accordion inserts on fingers for added flexibility
  • Double wrist closure
  • YKK semi auto-lock zipper
  • 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.

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Alpinestars Tech Road Gore-Tex Gloves 4.5 5 23 23
Good in Fall and the colder part of Spring, not great in the winter. The gloves fit very well and have a lot of protective elements. However, there are 2 points where they fall short: 1. They are not completely water-proof, and get wet on the inside after a little bit of riding in the rain. After this, it becomes very hard to get your hands in. Same happens if your hands sweat while riding. And 2. They don't block wind very well, which means that they are not very suited for freeway riding (anything above 40 mph actually) when it gets cold. March 25, 2014
Good cold weather glove I've rode in this glove for 2 hrs in mid 40's weather and my hands got cool but not cold. I also rode to work, which is an hour commute, in the high 20's and my hands got chilled but bareable. The only draw back would be the gaunlet is too small to pull over my winter insulated suit. I would buy this glove again because its the warmest non-heated glove i've worn. January 29, 2014
Great for around 20 degrees F I wanted a glove that I can wear for temperatures below freezing, and this glove does just that. January 27, 2014
They are not warm I just recieved these gloves last night, the fit and finish is typical of alpinestars. They are well made and fit perfectly, I love the styling, and the materials all feel up to standars. I was really looking foreword to trying them out this morning on my commute to work. unfortunitly after only 10 miles in 30 deg. temp. my fingers where stinging cold, I had to stop and put on some silk liners, but even that didnt help much. They are literally the coldest pair of winter gloves I have ever worn. I do not recommend them for any temp under 50 degrees. I'll be returning them today. January 23, 2014
Perfect Glove for Winter Riding Very happy with this purchase! I ride from Napa Ca. to Rohnert Park Ca about three time a week, it is an hour each way. The temp drops down to around 20 degrees with wind chill, my hands stay warm and toasty the entire time!! They are thick beefy gloves, so I went from an L to XL and they fit perfect. You will want for nothing with these bad-boys!! December 24, 2013
Amazing winter gloves They're a little stiff at first (took a few days of riding to break them in) - and they run a little big - but these are amazing gloves for winter riding. The wind protection is near perfect. The tabs on the wrist closure and gauntlet zippers are a nice touch. The gauntlets are a little narrow, so if you have thick cuffs on your jacket, you might have a tough time getting these over them even when the zippers are wide open. Well-built and comfortable. Really happy with these. November 25, 2013
Nice gloves, a bit snug fitting, reasonable for northern California's winters. I bought these for the harsh northern California winter - temperatures down in the mid-40s usually. On their own, they're fine for an hour or less at that temperature then my hands start getting a little chilly. Sizing is way off. The size chart said I was right on the line between a medium and a large, so i got a large. They're borderline. One or two of my fingers are right at the end of the glove, and the wrist closures (when not velcroed) are very snug, making it an effort to get the gloves on and off. November 18, 2013
I tried 5 gloves on, these were the best. I was looking to buy either these (ALpinestars Tech Road Gore-Tex), Rev'it! Alaska GTX, Rev'it! Phantom GTX, Dainese Scout EVO and the KLIM Element Long gloves. I live in northern California, so it doesn't get terribly cold up here, but it does rain a bunch in the winter months and the coast can get chilly even in summer. I have heated grips and brushguards on my BMW GSA. With that being said, I eliminated the Dainese Scout EVO right away. They looked, felt and reminded me of a ski glove with some armor protection in the knuckle and a little on the fingers. Nothing really special. Pretty slick looking for a ski glove, and I might have considered it more seriously if I lived in Michigan or Minnesota and was riding in the wintertime. They were simply too warm for Norcal. Next I eliminated the KLIMs. I had high-hopes for this glove, I wanted to like it, but the fit and finish didn't warrant the price. The Alpinestars were far better in terms of features, both safety and comfort, and the Alpinestars have more bonuses (the soft snot patch, the gps pointy things on the fingers, and the overall protection was better. And the Alpinestars were $10 cheaper than the KLims!) Next I eliminated the Rev'it! Alaska GTX. The Alaska GTX is the same thing as the Phantom GTX except more bulky/heavy/insulated. Like the Scout EVO, it was a little overkill for the climate I was riding in. The Rev'it! Phantom...I had a hard time sending those back. Beautiful glove, well made, felt great, looked great. Had great safety features, but when you compare it to the Alpinestars Tech-Road, it just wasn't quite enough to take the first place spot, even though the Rev'it!s were $20 cheaper. The Alpinestar Tech-Road shined above all the others, and I feel good about spending the extra $20 over the Phantoms for the fit, features, quality of workmanship and overall safety that this glove provides. Looks cool, fits great. I question whether or not this would be warm enough for me if I didn't have heated grips; it's not a downright cold weather riding glove like the Scout EVO or Alaska GTX. And might even be a little warm in summer depending on where you live, but for around here, with the equipment I have, they're perfect and I couldn't be happier with them. The only gripe I have is that I wish the zipper cuff was a velco cuff and it gave you more of an opening when undone. As it stands, the zipper opening gives you barely enough room to fit your jacket in the gauntlet to allow the glove to be worn over the sleeve. It's totally doable, but kind of a pain. Would be nice if they put a little extra material there and made a velcro opening to make it easier to put on. But I'll deal with that. Everything else is second to none with this glove. The best out of the bunch above, with the Phantoms second, the Alaska's third, the Klim's fourth and the Dainese fifth. November 5, 2013
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Alpinestars Tech Road Gore-Tex Gloves
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Kevin R: Reviews indicated that these would be the best bet sans heated grips for keeping my hands warm below 40 degree F temps. You know that scene in the movie 'Dune' where they're testing Paul by putting his hand in a box that activates the pain nerve endings? At the end he ends up crying out "THE PAIN!!!" before the sister turns the device off. Every day when I ride to work using an old pair of Icon "cool weather" gloves, all I can think of in my head is that scene... hope these do better. Feb 5, 2014
Petrina P: i wanted a winter glove with these safety features,mainly the finger bridge,as i work in an operating theatre and have seen the results of having a little finger torn off along with road rash and various broken bones. Feb 5, 2014
Eric W: I wanted waterproof wind proof gloves for winter and cool weather riding Dec 25, 2013
Harry W: Needed a good pair of cold weather gloves that were waterproof and had hard slider without having carbon fiber knuckles. Dec 25, 2013
Nelson Ariel L: Gore-tex, Alpinestars brand and look. These were the 3 reasons why I chose these. They are pricey though, but it's worth its value since the quality of them is above my expectations. The only problem I have now is that I feel my hands kind of clumsy when wearing them since all the covering layers they have. I think they need more break in. The only complain here is the pointer in the index finger. It only works on GPS. Dec 18, 2013
Tchon M: Need a warm winter glove Dec 17, 2013
Jim M: Warmer gloves for winter riding. Dec 14, 2013
Joann H: For my husband. I have the Srormriders and like them, but are discontinued. These look very similar. Nov 4, 2013
David Ryan S: This one Really works on WINTER!!! My hand's don't get cold. No need for heated grips. But i havent tried on 1 hour ride on the winter. But works well for me when going to work and on the twisties on weekend. And it has a wiper incase its foggy you can wipe your face shield and it works great!. Sep 12, 2013
W V: Initially purchased these in large because my SP-2 gloves in large fit. Go up TWO sizes to get these in your size. Aug 19, 2013
A shopper asked: As the Tech Road Gore-Tex is a cold weather glove why is the knuckle protector vented? This seems counter to having a warm glove. Sep 18, 2013
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David D: I use this glove in the Pacific NW during the colder months. It is very warm, I am able to ride in 20 degree weather. It is not vented, the leather / material behind the knuckle is not vented. I believe A* just decided to be economical and re-used the knuckle protector part they have for all their techy gloves. I came to this conclusion by looking at my summer A* GP Pro gloves and A* Tech Road gloves they are the exact same knuckle protector. P.S. the rain wiper on the left thumb is VERY useful for heavy rain riding... Oct 13, 2013
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Wilson L: Actually it is not vented. It just appears that way. It is a great glove that I wear when temps in the 70-45 degree range Sep 20, 2013
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W S: This glove makes my hands sweat. When you adjust your hand to receive the cooler air, most times it's welcome. You have to direct the glove to get the air, it's not necessarily easy. Sep 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hey, I have a few quick questions about this glove. The first one regards sizing. I wear a size 2xl in my alpinestars sp2s with a little bit of extra room in the pinkies and ring fingers and was wondering if I should go with a 2xl on these? My other question is about the insulation in the glove. I'm in the northwest and I'm suffering with my 40gram olympias at the moment, so I'm comparing this glove to the Spidi nk3 and don't know which is warmer. If you could help me out I'd appreciate it. Thanks. Nov 5, 2013
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David Ryan S: Im not sure how to compare this with your olympia gloves. But i bought one of these glove and it actually work for the cold and winter riding. I compare this gloves to the other winter gloves by reviews so far this is the best one they have for a non heated gloves. The only cons for me with these gloves are the price. But the quality are good. And it works too. Just order 1 size up. I wear xl gloves and order xl for these and still got a room for my fingers. I hope this review helps. But if you really like to make your hands warm order some heated gloves. But for an hour ride this gloves really work and it doesnt make my fingers freeze. And i use these glove below 30's Nov 6, 2013
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JOHN D Z: Hey buddy,

First things first. You gotta take into consideration that everyones different when it comes to circulation in the hands. Ive had them for a lil bit but havent gotten as much use from them as I'd like. I will say that the few times I did use them my hands still got cold at the finger tips. As far as fit, thier pretty snug at the xl level and on the beefy stiff side, made my hands fatigue quick. I havent tried the nk3's but would like to.

Let me know if you need anything else.
Jan 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I use my iPhone as my primary GPS and music device while on the bike - I mount it on my handle bars and have the sound routed through bluetooth. Will the stylus on this glove control a capacitance-based screen like found on most smart phones these days, or just with the "press" style GPS screens? Oct 11, 2012
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RevZilla: The nub that is found on the Alpinestars glove is designed to work with resistive touch screens (typically found on GPS units). A resistive screen is essentially a 2 layer screen with a small gap between the two electrically charged layers. When the users pushes on the screen, the two layers come in contact and the device will then interpret the change in the electrical signal to determine where the user is touching on the screen.

Capacitance based screens (commonly referred to as captive screens, which are found on most modern smart phones) interpret changes in the electrical field on the surface of the glass when a persons finger (a conductor of electricity) touches the screen. Because the nub on these gloves is rubber, it will not cause a change in the electrical field of a capacitance based screen. If you need a glove that will work with a capacitance based screen, be sure to check out the new REV'IT! Carver H20 Gloves. These gloves have a conductive material in the index finger, which will allow you to operate your smart phone without removing your glove.
Oct 12, 2012
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Greg B: Just the GPS. Nov 6, 2012
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Austin F asked: "New easy in/out lining with thermal back hand and reduced palm for improved grip and comfort" How do you get the thermal lining out?
Thanks.
Jan 6, 2014
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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.

Click here to see the full Alpinestars Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 843935 3523013-10-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 843936 3523013-10-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 843937 3523013-10-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 843938 3523013-10-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 843939 3523013-10-2XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 843940 3523013-10-3XL Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment