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First, rain gear is bought with the idea of staying dry. That said these gloves were ok for the mist. Not so much for the rain. Come monsoon you better be under cover. Oh, and try not to look at these things, they'll make your eyes hurt they're so busy.
August 18, 2015
They ll keep you dry but almost dangerous in how they are made. you can t comfortable hold both brake and throttle at the same time . They keep your gloves dry but in the rain etc you need to be able to brake etc faster then in the dry. Cheap but you get what you pay for.
January 5, 2014
Really too big
These may be "overgloves", but they are still just too big. They will keep your glove dry, but they affect my abiilty to use the controls on the bike. Nuff Said.
September 23, 2013
do their job
the gloves do what they were designed for but I only used them once so far. Personally the two fingers sections are something to get used to, but better than wet gloves.
September 9, 2013
After buying a couple of different "waterproof" rain gloves that (1) were very difficult to put on if my hands were wet and (2) eventually soaked through in a long downpout, I decided to try these overgloves. They're kind of bulky, and a little difficult to put on (but go on ok with practice), but they've worked very well at keeping my hands dry in even long, heavy rains, and they're much less expensive than regular rain gloves as well. So I'm happy with them.
October 7, 2011
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