Fly Aurora Gloves
Good Gloves - Great Value
Very pleased with the gloves for the prices. Probably could have better protection but for the price seems good. No air flow is a plus in a winter glove. Only nit is the cuffs could be a little larger to fit over the jacket sleeve - pretty minor as they do fit just have to work at it a little.
June 28, 2016
Great winter gloves
These gloves are great, I have terrible circulation in my hand and with my naked fz-07 they have no wind protection. With heated grips I've ridden to work with a 30 min commute in 34° and while my finger tips were still cold by the time I got to work they didn't hurt, and my palms were still warm. I can still feel the controls pretty good, I like the liner these have its very soft and comfortable.
March 22, 2016
My earlier review " They look warm ". is incorrect. Their not. Anything under 50 Deg. ( without faring ) Your fingers will be cold. Their cheap though.
March 19, 2016
Good cold weather glove
Spring is right around the corner but its still cold here in IL. These gloves are awesome for the money, and definitely keep the wind out. Only downside is that they're a little bulky, but its to be expected.
March 8, 2016
Best winter gloves for the money
These gloves are extremely comfortable and warm. They keep my hands warm in 30-40 degree weather for around 30 minutes, anything colder than that my fingers get cold within ten minutes. They fit very snug so wearing glove liners with them make it very uncomfortable.
February 23, 2016
They are a little bulky when you try to reach for the brake and clutch lever but really that's my only complaint. They keep the wind out better than some heated gloves I have but I notice that riding in 20 degree weather my hands will get chilly after a while, that is usually when the s1000's heated grips come in handy. So far though, they are my go to gloves when it gets cold outside.
February 23, 2016
Good glove for a good price
I'll start by saying that I am a wimp in the cold. Winters are short lived in Florida, but I can't tolerate sub 40 temperatures without some protection. These gloves fit the bill; not too expensive, but providing enough protection to get me through our mild winters.
In sub 40 weather, I can go 25-30 minutes before my hands start getting uncomfortable. Above 40 degrees, and I can ride all day. I was a little leery of the bulk on these and how they would affect my dexterity with my hand controls, but I found them to be no problem. Overall I am very happy with my purchase.
Bang for the buck - These were much cheaper than offerings from other major manufacturers, but still appeared to be well made. When I purchased it also had several good reviews, which it has earned in my opinion.
Style - I like black gear with simple touches. The reflective piping and lettering on the side/fingers are nice.
Comfort - Definitely comfortable for me
Protection and durability - Only docked a point here, simply because there is no hardened areas for protection in case of flying debris/fall. There are thicker padded leather areas over the knuckles and side of the wrist that offer protection, so it is still good. I doubt if a rock thrown at your knuckles would hurt in these since they are thick as well. They also seem well made. I tend to baby my gear anyways though.
Air flow - I rated this as excellent, meaning none to very little, which is good for its intended purpose.
Features - The glove is simple, but that doesn't mean lack of features is poor features. The velcro straps are easy to open/close with the other gloved hand. I like the inner sleeve that slips under your jacket while the outer glove sleeve goes over it. The drawingstring is a good idea, but I don't use it as it is tight enough over my jacket without it.
February 12, 2016
Good for most.
These gloves have been great so far. Good down to about 40 degrees, past that the cold permeates after about twenty minutes. Good flexibility, have not had any issues operating controls with them on. Look like they are going to hold up fine, wear them daily for about 120 miles.
February 10, 2016