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Quality, through and through.
Just took my first ride with these and I'm very pleased.
The gloves are comfortable, warm, dry, and sized right.
They feel sized very slightly larger than my Carbon Covers but I would recommend going with your "American" glove size here. I wear medium work gloves, and these fit great in medium.
The exude quality, the D-Dry layer is visible inside the glove. I feel the palms have enough material on them to keep from wearing through in an accident. They do however lack any sort of hard protection, on the knuckle and anywhere else.
Not too crazy about the wrist cinch and large wrist closure. But they aren't coming off either in any event. They are a 3/4 length glove.
The trick with these is that they are not very thick for a winter/cool weather glove. They have excellent dexterity for how warm they keep your hands, I'm assuming due to the 3M Micro Thinsulate. My only wish is that they Grey ones were in stock, I couldn't wait.
March 20, 2014
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Gustavo O: It seems that are a good dainese choice for a good Price. and i need them for Winter and the rainDec 1, 2013
Joshua B: Already own a suit of D-Dry material from Dainese, and this completes the look and are priced to match any other choice on the market. D-Dry works very well in the rain, and am tired of having soggy hands with a warm body.Nov 30, 2013
A S asked:what is the temperature range of this gloves?Feb 7, 2014
Joshua B:I start feeling the cold around 0*C / 32*F, but to aid that I just fit a silk glove liner on as well to give me another 10*F of range, and it also helps wick sweat away so your hands aren't trying to pull the truly excellently soft liner with them. Easily my favorite rain glove yet, but I recommend a basic silk liner to pair.Feb 7, 2014