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Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar Gloves

The DRYSTAR waterproof and breathable membrane in this versatile adventure touring glove, together with an insulating membrane, ensures excellent levels of performance whatever the weather. Protective features such as the knuckle protection and Alpinestars’ patented finger-bridge add to the Valparaiso’s robustness while a VELCRO® brand closures wrist closure affords a highly customizable fit.

Features:

  • Leather, suede and advanced poly-fabric textile construction incorporating the innovative MCFit material technology to offer optimized grip, waterproofing and breathability thanks to a DRYSTAR membrane
  • MCFit’s sealed triple layer construction affords a highly reduced material construction to promote dexterity and sensitivity of bike controls
  • Insulated membrane for excellent heat retention performance in colder climates
  • Alpinestars patented third and fourth finger-bridge prevents contortion and separation of the fingers in the event of impact slide
  • Over molded, advanced PU knuckle protection covered by leather for styling and durability
  • Reflective detailing improves rider visibility at night or in poor conditions
  • Flexible accordion poly-fabric panels on fingers, thumb and back of hand for increased maneuverability and fit
  • Leather palm with suede reinforcements on palm, fingers, thumb and heel of hand
  • Dual VELCRO® brand closures wrist closure system ensures fully adjustable, weather-tight closure
  • EVA foam padding on fingers, thumb and wrist
  • Reflective detailing on fingers for improved visibility
  • Convenient soft TPU visor wipe on left hand
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Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar Gloves 3.9 5 10 10
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED... GLOVE ARE PERFECT FOR A COOL DAY BETWEEN 65F-45F. THEY CAN HANDLE A LIGHT TO MODERN RAIN WITH OUT GETTING YOUR HANDS WET. THEY DONT BREATHE WELL SO THIS MAKE IT A WARM GLOVE. IS WORTH IT FOR THE MONEY YOU ARE PAYING. July 15, 2015
Spring/fall glove This is a good for spring and fall temperature (50, 60deg). I wore them in the 70deg range it was too warm. Material bunched at the finger/palm area bunch a little when gripping the handlebars. I would like a little more precurved fingers. Other than that the comfort is good. Nice, thin insulation layer for cooler temps. Soft lining. May 9, 2015
Cruiser Gloves For Almost All Weather These gloves are great for a cruiser motorcycle. They come with great padding and are extremely comfy in cold weather. Never had a problem with my hands being cold. They do tend to soak thru and become mildly damp (I ride in Washington). Last week I fell while riding at around 30 MPH and these things took a beating. After the crash, I realized how bad they were for actually falling in. Will have to dispose because the thread ripped on the palms as well as the thumbs. Finger tips ripped open like no tomorrow. No one ever intends to fall when they buy these gloves, but bear in mind that if you do, there is a high chance that you will need to dispose of them after. If they were cheaper, I wouldn't mind. Shelling out 109 bucks plus tax for gloves that you will have to throw away if you fall doesn't sound too good on the wallet. April 29, 2015
Nice fit, not real warm. Look great! I have only worn these on one morning ride to try out my new helmet and riding gear. It was in the upper 30° temp range and dry, within about 10 miles I started to feel the cold creeping in. So I would have to say these aren't for real cold rides. They fit nicely, if you buy up one size. I normally wear a large, I purchased XL and they fit nice and snug. I love the look, and I'm fine with the fact they aren't that warm, I have my full on winter gear when it gets really cold. They fit very much like my AStar GP-PLUS roadrace gloves, but like I said they run a size small. I am happy with them ;) April 20, 2015
Not Very Waterproof Wore these gloves to a track day yesterday thankful that I had a pair of waterproof gloves. They ended up soaking through, and it wasn't even raining that hard. So merely from spray and some drizzle, by the end of the day you could feel the wet inside. Even today they are still wet (admittedly I left them out in the garage). If it weren't for that, I'd say they were pretty good, but they aren't as warm as I was hoping, and they don't keep the wet out very effectively. Sadface. December 1, 2014
Now my favorite gloves I have three sets of gloves. For warm weather, I use Spidi Jab-R leather/textile gloves. In really cold weather, I switch to my Gerbing's T5 Microwire heated gloves. And for wet weather, I used some cheap (not so) waterproof gloves - and I have no recollection what they are, or from where they came. I decided I needed an in-between glove. Something that was warm enough to use in cooler temperatures, but not in bitter cold. And it would be great if they served double-duty as waterproof gloves. I spent almost a year trying out various gloves. At motorcycle shows, bike shops, online retailers, I tried glove after glove. None of them really fit the bill...until I found the Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar Gloves. That's quite a name for a glove! I've now been wearing these gloves for about a month and a half, in weather from 40 degrees to 85 degrees, bright sunshine and pouring rain, over about 2,000 miles or so. I have always worn a large size in gloves, and my first impression upon putting on these gloves was that they were too small. In fact, I almost sent them back - they were tight, and the fingers seemed to be a bit too short. However, that was when I stretched my fingers out straight. When I curved them into a natural riding position, the finger length seemed adequate, so I figured I would give them a go. Over the course of the last month or so, they have broken in, and what felt a bit too stiff now feels just about right. The palms of the gloves are one of the most important parts, as this is all that is in between your hand and your bike's grips. Any kind of seam or bumps in this area will soon become painfully sore after extended riding. No such issue here - the leather on the palms is very soft and supple, with no apparent seams inside. There are reinforced areas on the palm and outside the pinky finger to protect against road abrasion, and the palm area has extra padding. There is a grippy patch on the thumb and inside grip of the first finger to give you a solid, nonslip grip on your bike's handgrips, even in the wet. The tough abrasion-resistant layer continues onto the top of the pinky and ring finger, along with a unique feature: webbing between the last two fingers. This prevents your pinky finger from being wrenched away from your hand during a crash, so that it isn't sprained or broken. There are two excellent velcro fasteners: the larger cuff, which fits over the end of your jacket sleeve, and the smaller wrist strap, which snugs the glove around your wrist and prevents the glove from being pulled off your hand during a crash. Both have easily grabbed tabs to allow quick donning and removal. The knuckles of both gloves have a hard plastic insert to protect against impact injury. Unlike a lot of gloves, this is actually comfortable on the inside, and is well formed to my hand. The inside of the glove is a soft fabric layer, and does not pull away from the inside of the fingers when your hands are damp and sweaty like a lot of gloves. My overall thoughts on these gloves: I definitely like them. They are waterproof, even in an absolute downpour. The left thumb has a small rubber wiper which can be used to clear your helmet face shield. They are extremely comfortable and allow sufficient movement without effort once they are broken in. They are insulated and provide decent warmth down to about 40F or so (4C). Above 75 degrees, they are uncomfortably warm, causing your hands to sweat a lot. That said, when you do sweat, the liner absorbs the moisture, and because the glove upper is fabric and breathes, the glove dries out - unlike my old waterproof gloves, which were like putting on a pair of plastic bags, and quickly became cold, wet and clammy inside. Pros: - Comfortable - Waterproof - Very good impact and abrasion protection - Wearable in wide range of temperatures - Excellent quality and workmanship Cons: - Sizing runs small - Stiff at first until broken in - Cuff could be slightly larger in order to accommodate bulkier jacket sleeves Overall, I'm a fan of these gloves, and would definitely recommend them. Pictures of my gloves: http://goldwingdocs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=24208 November 17, 2014
Not really a Winter glove... Bought this glove for fall-through-spring riding in the Seattle area. My experience with them has been mixed. The Good: -Very comfortable, and true-to-size. Feels like you don't really sacrifice any dexterity with this glove. -Quite stylish and well-made for the price (I got the grey color and the look is spot-on) -Reinforcements on the palm and the 3rd-4th finger bridge seem to provide good protection (though i haven't crashed in them). The Bad: -They aren't all *that* waterproof. When I ride in the rain, my hands generally stay dry while I am riding. However, after I take the gloves off and hang them to dry, they seem to soak through... so I either wait several hours for them to fully dry, or I ride back with cold, damp gloves. Hugely disappointing. -The cuffs are too short, which makes it kind of a hassle to pull them over my jacket sleeves. Also, the shortness of the cuffs allows water to easily run underneath them and get my wrist wet in heavy rain. -They breathe a little too well for cold temps. Anything below 50 degrees F, and my hands get too cold after 15 mins or so. Please note that I am not using heated grips so far (though I just ordered some). Overall: These are nice spring/autumn gloves - for light rain and moderately cold temps they are wonderful - but I bought them for warmth and water resistance, and they fall short on both counts. November 12, 2014
Comfortable.. Order size up! Very comfortable gloves! Too warm for summer, but not a bulky winter glove... Perfect three season for us Nor-Cal folks, but will not make the cut for winter in places that actually have a real winter.. Good feel of controls... Useless (for me) wrist strap (promptly removed) and decent velcro cuff... Cuff does not fit over my jackets, but I prefer that... Sizing- Order larger than chart... I wear about forty pairs of gloves every day... US glove size 10 / Large... On the chart provided, I would be a size Large in these gloves... Thankfully I found a warning elsewhere and I ordered XL... A tiny bit tight, but will stretch/break in... Large would never have fit... Anywho, perfect cool weather glove for my world... November 11, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Byron Y: Excellent glove that keeps my hands moderately warm and dry. Don't think it will replace real winter gloves tho. May 17, 2015
Lynn H: I was looking for gloves that would work for me year round. Being that the winter here in FL doesn't usually dip much below 40 degrees I didn't need a heaver glove and I'm hoping that these won't be to warm for mid summer riding. Mar 4, 2015
Eri c O: Lightweight but with the necessary padding and bomb-proof construction you expect from A-stars. Jan 24, 2015
Luka Z: All riders need Waterproof gloves. Dec 29, 2014
Jeff Trevor D: Low cost glove that offers decent coverage for a variety of weather conditions--and I think I could swing it for a dual sport transition on occasion. Dec 12, 2014
David L: Cold weather warmth, Gore Tex water protection and breathability. Aug 2, 2014
Alan H: Versatile weather glove with high viz and decent protection. May 30, 2014
Robert R: I have always had a good shopping experience with Revzilla.... great products at a reasonable price. Mar 24, 2014
Guillaume M asked: Will these gloves stretch or are they considered textiles and will stretch minimally? Dec 28, 2014
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A S: I haven't felt much stretch. I'd go a size above your normal, or in-line with other Alpinestars gloves sizing. Dec 28, 2014
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Theodore G: buy your regular alpinestars size. the "stretching" you might feel will be from the packing of the insulation Jan 31, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these gloves stretch or are they considered textile, hence will stretch minimally? Dec 28, 2014
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Antonio C: Will stretch minimally. Jan 1, 2015
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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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 946964 3526014-10-S/3521014-10-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 946965 3526014-10-M/3521014-10-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 946966 3526014-10-L/3521014-10-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 946967 3526014-10-XL/3521014-10-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 946968 3526014-10-2X/3521014-10-2X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 946969 3526014-10-3X/3521014-10-3X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Yellow / SM 946970 3526014-155-S/3521014-155-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Yellow / MD 946971 3526014-155-M/3521014-155-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Yellow / LG 946972 3526014-155-L/3521014-155-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Yellow / XL 946973 3526014-155-XL/3521014-155-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Yellow / 2XL 946974 3526014-155-2X/3521014-155-2X Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black/Yellow / 3XL 946975 3526014-155-3X/3521014-155-3X Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Cool Grey/Black / SM 946976 3526014-901-S/3521014-901-S Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Cool Grey/Black / MD 946977 3526014-901-M/3521014-901-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Cool Grey/Black / LG 946978 3526014-901-L/3521014-901-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Cool Grey/Black / XL 946979 3526014-901-XL/3521014-901-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Cool Grey/Black / 2XL 946980 3526014-901-2X/3521014-901-2X Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Cool Grey/Black / 3XL 946981 3526014-901-3X/3521014-901-3X Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment