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Don't Spend $100+ for summer gloves
I do not understand why the price of gear (i.e. pants, jackets, gloves, etc.) if marketed to motorcycle riders automatically becomes inflated 5 to 10 times that of other sports.
I am a skier, if I were to spend $100 for ski gloves, I would be getting top quality. Spend $100 on bike gloves and they are considered "budget!"
These River Road glove are nice. They are not cowhide as represented in the video, but rather goat skin. I disagree with another reviewer that suggests buying a smaller size. I generally wear large gloves. I bought these as a large, and they were a bit tight out of the box. After several hours on the hands, and they have loosened up a bit and feel good. Air flow is great, and I like the style.
These are a great buy in bike gloves for under $30.
April 15, 2015
These gloves are affordable and look awesome! I'd deff recommend them and I'd say order them a size smaller so you they fit nice and tight!
August 25, 2014
Classic look with minor quibbles
I bought these as warm weather set in. The price is nice, and airflow is great with all the little perforations. Style is individual; these have a sort of classic motorist look to them--definitely for the street cruiser. I have other River Road gloves that are sized very well, but these were a size too large on first try. I would say that if you have very long fingers, then stick with the size chart; otherwise, go for a smaller size and expect that the leather will break in and stretch as you wear it.
There are two areas where I'm somewhat dissatisfied. The Velcro wrist tab seems to be fitted for a much larger wrist, and is a bit too narrow and flimsy for my liking. It tends to get caught around my jacket sleeves. If I could enhance the design a little, I'd also like to see a little extra padding in the top, knuckle area--just a little extra leather that perhaps raises the knuckle vents and angles them forward slightly, resulting in slightly better protection and slightly more aggressive ventilation. These are small quibbles for such inexpensive gloves, though, and others may not even see them as issues.
To sum up, if you're looking for light, warm-weather gloves, these are worth trying on.
July 8, 2014
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