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Cheap Asian Junk
Bought these maybe 5 months ago, seam stitching is tearing the leather on right glove, and the stitching that encircles the RSD logo on the left glove has also torn the leather exposing the cheap black foam rubber padding strip.
Pure junk for the price.
I was going to buy an RSD jacket, but I'll just purchase another Schott.
April 1, 2015
Excellent glove with understated but notable attention to detail
Just received these gloves recently so I haven't ridden extensively with them yet. Nevertheless the quality of workmanship and material looks excellent; they should hold up well over time. Additionally, the padding on the backs of the hands, fingers, and heel of the palm, as well as reinforcing strips of leather should provide decent protection, though I hope never to find out.
I think the design is excellent, many details that pop upon inspection of the glove but don't draw tons of attention, especially in the black leather I got. I love understated high quality, as well as a classic design, and these fit the bill perfectly. The way the ribbing stands out is top notch.
I have really small hands with short, stubby fingers, so I ordered a small and it fits very well. I always have to order a small in gloves, and even then what I get is often too big. My only gripe is that the thumbs are a little bit long for my short thumbs. Still, I can manipulate my controls without issue, so it's not a big deal.
Bizarrely enough I was reminded of lima beans when I first smelled them, but that'll fade with a few days in the saddle.
All around an excellent looking and feeling product. Looking forward to breaking them in.
May 22, 2014
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Alan H: Wanted a gauntlet to keep the air out when riding to work in cold weather. This glove works and feels great.Apr 26, 2015
Hugo H: Old school looks with comfort and added awesomeness. I have other RSD gear and know i can trust the quality.Apr 21, 2015
Brandon K: I picked these gauntlet gloves because they are long enough to cover my jacket sleeve. Shorter gloves leave a gap between the glove and jacket sleeve when in the riding position which is not fun in cold weather.Feb 12, 2015
John S: Seemed like a decently protective, excellent looking glove. I love the gauntlet look.Jun 30, 2014
A shopper asked:Do they work well as a winter glove?Dec 31, 2014
"" ":I've found that yes, they do work fairly well as a winter glove but I have only worn them when riding in temps around 50 degrees. So I can't say for sure how we'll they'll work in 30 degree weather or anything but the blocked the wind and kept my hands warm just fine when I had them on. Jan 1, 2015
John S:It would depend largely on the winter weather where you live. I've only had these since summer, so I can only speak to the last month or so of winter riding, and I ride mostly in Florida and Texas.
For the winter here, they work great. It's been as low as 40 degrees and windy, and my hands have been quite comfortable. If it gets colder, I have a pair of glove liners that will keep me toasty, but I haven't had to break them out yet.
That being said, in the fingers all you have is leather; there is no insulation. Additionally, if it is wet out, you're hands are going to get wet, and if it's cold too you can kiss feeling in your fingers good-bye.
All in all I would say if you live far south, this is a great fall-winter-spring glove, as long as you have some liners to back it up and it isn't wet. In the far north, this is better suited to spring-summer-fall. For northern winters, especially on longer rides, you might want a more dedicated poor-weather glove.Jan 5, 2015
Richard M:It's been a rough winter here on Long Island, an I've ridden all through it as long as the roads were clear. My tolerance point with these gloves is 38 to 40 degrees. You could use a liner glove as long as it is super thin. This is not a good winter glove if the temps are in the 30's.Apr 8, 2015
Randy W:They haven't been used yet in winter, but it's not likely. The leather layers appear ok for abrasion resistance, but the gloves are not insulated. They should be fine for cool weather riding. I bought them more for safety than for winter riding.Dec 31, 2014