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Not as advertised
I would NOT recommend these gloves. My main reason is that they do not protect from the elements as advertised. My old gloves which are 9 years old keep my hands warmer than these. Stay away from these gloves.
January 26, 2015
Warmest non-electirfied gloves available
I have had a pair of these gloves for a couple of years now. I just purchased another pair for my son to use. These warm gloves are very comfortable and can handle rain and snow without any problems. I have ridden many times in below freezing weather and my hands have stayed warm and dry. There is a little flap above the knuckles that I have wondered about its function. My only negative is the insulation at the fingertips makes pressing buttons or the GPS a little more difficult but the alternative would be colder fingers.
Highly recommended for a fall winter spring glove.
January 5, 2015
i just took a full set of tourmaster gear from revzilla on a 7 day, 6 day riding adventure that took us almost 2700 miles.. i left PA at 40 degrees went to ft lauderdale 85 degrees then came home up through the smokies, tail of the dragon, blue ridge mountain. everything served well.. good glove for the money.. wish i ponied up for the winter elite gloves. i always have cold hands. and at 40 degrees i was fine because i have heated grips. they are like ski gloves.. my hands felt sweaty, but not hot.. never having other winter gloves to compare to, i dont know if its common.. the winter elites cost 2x+ more.. so im not sure if they are worth it.. they are fast on and off for tolls.. but really if you never wore winter gloves on your bike take it easy on the first ride.. feels strange.. i gently laid my bike on its side pulling out of the driveway when i over pulled the front brake turning out. that was AWESOME! also ive noticed some cramping in my ring and pinkies on 3 hour clips.. but i get that from my mountain bike gloves too.. i think these gloves just need broken in.. only had about 4 hours in them before my trip. come soft from the get go though.
October 29, 2012
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Brian K: I chose these gloves for the warmth and insulation properties they provide.Jan 3, 2015
Larry H: I purchased a pair of these two years ago and they are wonderful at keeping my hands warm at highway speeds below 30 degrees. They also work great at keeping my hands dry when it rains. Easy on and off. Large cuffs keeps the wind from creeping up the sleeve of your coat. I purchased another pair for my son who is a new rider and is riding his motorcycle to college. The first time he borrowed mine he told me "those gloves are awesome!". This year he is getting a pair for his birthday.Oct 6, 2014
Harlan W: It was a gift for a friend. We like Tourmaster quality.......I bought my wife a Tourmaster Transition 3 winter riding jacket and it's been great.Dec 5, 2013
Wilson L: Going on a long ride next month. Could be COLD in places. Never had true waterproof winter MC gloves. I hope these will do the job well. Used through fall, winter, and early spring. Work well for a non-heated, insulated glove. Seem well made - should hold up over time. Would not count on them for impact or abrasion protection though - more like insulated ski gloves. Would be excellent for snow machining.Sep 24, 2013