Tour Master Cold-Tex 2.0 Gloves
Good value for the price
I haven't tested these on a long ride but for commuting these have worked. I've rode with these in temperatures as low as 25 for about 30 minutes and they are fine.
January 26, 2016
good for cold weather
work quite well down into the 40's but much below that and you might want to invest in liners
December 6, 2015
great bang for the buck
ive used these gloves for 45 minute commutes at 70 mph in 39 degree weather. the gloves are thin enough to operate my controls, and my hands never got cold. these gloves are a life saver. i ride a 2012 honda cbr1000rr
November 9, 2015
Rode with it this weekend in Utah through the canyons where the temperature really dips. These gloves are perfect for 40-50 degree weather IMO. I typically ride with Scorpion Guardian full Gauntlets and you know what happens with a leather ventilated glove in cold temps.
This glove will make you sweat in warmer temperature though. Does not come with a removable lining. The size although perfect for most parts of my hand is a little roomy. I assume that's because of the insulation that's built in. Better roomy that freezing.
Does great without any wind protection on my CBR. Not much in the armor department but it does come with knuckle guards which the equivalent cold weather scorpion glove did not come with. All and all it's perfect for extending your season. With some military polypropylene thermals the wind is kept out. It is not actively keeping you warm so the colder it gets the harder it's going to be to ride but between 40-50 degrees on a superbike is the coldest temp I'd be willing to ride.
October 26, 2015
Great for what they're meant to do
Gloves are for cold-weather riding. They are perfect for that. Very comfortable and warm, riding in 40 degree weather.
They're nothing special in terms of features or style. There are no bells or whistles and they don't do anything special. They are strictly practical, low costing, functional gloves.
My one warning is that these gloves are NOT for inexperienced riders. They are significantly bulky and clunky, so handling skills are challenged when using these. If you're not completely comfortable with your controls, don't get these, but it might be dangerous for you.
October 24, 2015
Great Bang for the Buck
I bought these gloves to help my hands out on my morning commutes as we are getting into fall. I wear leather gloves from about 55*F on up but with the temps quickly dropping into the 40's, I needed something a bit warmer. The waterproof feature was a nice addition.
The best part of these gloves is the bang for the buck. I have been happy with my Tourmaster products in the past and these gloves are no exception to that.
Style wise, they look like gloves, winter gloves. Not much to say here for me.
The protection is a bit lacking in the glove but for the price, I am not complaining. There is really no armor in any part of the glove. The knuckle area has some added material for additional protection but that is extent. The protection these would provide would really be abrasion resistance.
I don't have enough time with these gloves to comment on the durability of them.
These gloves are comfortable down into the low 40*F. With no wind protection on my hands, my fingers began to feel the cold after about 25-30 minutes. I think once you begin to drop below that temperature, heated gear is the way to go for longer rides. Around town would not be an issue at all.
October 5, 2015
good for the price
name brand for 60 bucks , how can you go wrong with the price!
August 31, 2015
40 is warm again.
Good gloves overall, They fit well and are quite warm. Ive been using them for a few weeks and got caught in a downpour they did just fine not even a hint of wetness, wish I could say the same for my rain pants.
My only complaint is that they are on the bulky side but riding in 40 degree weather and being warm is much more important than a little bulk.
I took a notch off of Protection and durability because It does not seem like they would hold up well in a fairly high speed crash id imagine anything around 60mph would be fine.
Air flow is low, but they are waterproof winter gloves... kinda expected.
Features are average. They are a gauntlet type which works well I wish they had a closer for just around the wrist to make sure they stay on during a crash but they do feel snug with the Velcro around the gauntlet and there is no wiper. I rain-x my wind screen so i don't deem that a necessity.
I've spent more and gotten less id 100% buy these again every year even if they only hold up for a year. I have a feeling due to the quality though they will last a lot longer than that.
April 13, 2015