River Road Women's Laredo Gloves
These gloves are nearly minimalist by design, and for the price they are astounding. Comfortable, good looking, and with just enough padding to keep your hands happy. If you're looking for something classic and basic, these are a great choice.
March 2, 2015
Good value for casual riding.
I have a confession to make, I bought these gloves not for riding, but as a cheap pair of driving gloves.
That being said they are supple new and have virtually no break in, they fit well with only a slight space between the tips of my fingers and tip of the fingers of the glove.
However they're as about a basic a glove you can with the only thick leather under the palm, and no armor over the knuckles; not sure how well these would handle under a bad accident, and they're definitely not a warm pair at all, so obviously not something to wear during cold days.
Regardless of that they do look good and I imagine since they're about as basic a glove you can get they probably look good with any application, whether you ride cruisers or sportbikes
February 10, 2015
These gloves are exactly what your basic motorcycle glove should be. Nothing fancy just nice leather and nice fit. Easy to take off and to put on.
September 15, 2014
Gloves fit real nice. Fit well and I like that there's a gel inside the palm.
April 17, 2014
No more cold hands
I've seen gloves that come with the cupped shape; these do not.They take a little break-in time. The first few rides my hands went numb, not from cold, but from stiffness. Once broken in, they become comfortable and keep my hands warm on rides of temps around 45 deg. They run slightly large in length, but not enough to hinder you.
January 13, 2014
Nice basic glove
This is a great price for the type of gloves these are.
September 9, 2013
Comfy and relaxed
Leather gloves are a necessity for me. I actually wear driving gloves and enjoy the feel of leather gloves for winter, work and photography in cold weather.
The River Road Laredo gloves aren't too thick, so you can actually do a fair bit of fine work with them, feel quite a bit through them, but no so much that you will wonder if they'll actually offer any protection. The gel pad in the palm is great for riding if your hands tend to be vibration sensitive. They allow air flow and don't overheat or get too cold easily.
Not a cold weather glove, however. And the dye will bleed a little if you sweat a lot in them.
No real break in time required. The size is true to fit, for me. I'd recommend them to anyone looking for a stylish, functional glove for a good price!
September 23, 2013
Simplicity with Functionality
Very simple classic deisgn with extremely accurate sizing. Great ergonomics. Nothing high-tech just simple and sweet.
September 9, 2013