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Work well but fit small. Would buy again.
I bought these almost a year ago and have put them through a rainy Pacific Northwest winter. I am normally a size L but I ordered XL and found that they fit very snug. I would order at least one size up. They are about as warm as non-electric gloves can get and they do work well in the rain. They have good breathability and I can even comfortably wear them in summer heat without my hands feeling damp and sweaty. (Thinner gloves offer better feel of handlebar controls, though, so when it is hot out I prefer my thin summer gloves, even though these actually work surprisingly well in the heat.) They say "100% waterproof" but when I rode 200 miles in heavy rain around the Olympic Peninsula my hands did get a bit damp on my naked Nighthawk with no hand protection. But I think any pair of gloves would have given me dampness under the conditions. My hands however were acceptably warm and were reasonably comfortable despite the dampness---and I don't have heated grips on the Nighthawk. In normal Seattle rain these gloves keep my hands dry and work great. Having the wiper blades on both hands is great: at a stop when you are holding the clutch you want to wipe with your right hand; while riding and holding the throttle you want to wipe with your left hand. So wipers on both hands work best. I also like having the wipers on the thumb, because index finger wipers rub against your thumb and other objects. The gloves' gel does a decent job of damping handlebar buzz.
For long rides in freezing temperatures, though, you are going to need either electric gloves or something like hippo hands. Heated grips and non-electric winter gloves still allow the backs of your hands and fingers to get cold on long rides. Despite the hassle and price of electric gloves I'm going to buy a pair at some point for my long and cold night rides home from some remote destination. These gloves are about as good as non-electrics get, though---unless you want to wear thick fingerless snowmobile mitts or something like that.
May 7, 2014
Oh Heck YES
They came with my bike so did not have to purchase them. Lowest temps I have used them in was a windchill of 27 degrees and I had nothing blocking the air from hitting My hands dead on. Hands stayed comfortable with no numbness or bad chill. I have electric gloves but they are a pain in the butt to deal with. These gloves work VERY VERY well for me.
November 6, 2011
I have very large hands,so I shop for xxxlg sizes. I've found a couple xxlg that I could get into but they were tight. These in a xxxlg fit ,but stillI wish they were bigger but I can wear them. So far they seem nicely made, ,hasn't been cold enough yet to really test them. I wore them in 50 degrees and they were fine but when it gets colder that will be the test.
September 12, 2011
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A shopper asked:My hand measures just about 7 3/4" - will these stretch at all? I tried them on at a local dealer and the mediums felt a bit tight at the base of the fingers and the large a bit too long in the fingers. Thanks!Oct 10, 2014