Tour Master Custom Midweight Gloves
Great Mid-Weight Glove for the price
I have Olympia Gel gloves that were the same price as these TourMaster's and have a lot less to them. The Tourmaster's are thick, a good bit of lining for warmth, and have a good size cuff to cover our wrist. Probably not great for summer, but would be perfect on the chillier days. I would say 40 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
June 22, 2015
Great Mid-Weight All Leather Glove for Slightly Cool Weather
Like many riders I have a variety of gloves because the weather changes quickly and gloves are inexpensive. These mid-weight gloves are less bulky than winter gloves making them ideal for temperatures between about 50-75 degrees. With heated grips you could ride into the forties obviously. Above 75/80 degrees I prefer perforated leather gloves (summer gloves). I like these so much I bought my GF a pair and I'm on my second pair in seven years.
Sizing: I wear XXL in most gloves including these. If they are a touch snug at first don't worry because the leather will stretch and feel terrific over time.
Likes: Nice premium full grain leather has a textured grippy feel, classy styling goes with any type of bike, lightly insulated for chilly mornings yet still can feel the grips well, easy to put on and have a short gauntlet to keep wind out of jacket sleeves. Price is quite fair.
Relative Weaknesses: No full armor, but there are extra layers of thick leather in the heel of the palm and other key contact points.
May 12, 2015
Nice gloves, good warmth above 50 degrees
I bought a pair of these gloves for winter riding here in the Southeast. I have found them to be satisfactorily warm when the temp is around 50 degrees or above. If you ride in temps below 50 you may want to consider something a little heavier, as my fingers have gotten pretty cold on rides with lower temps.
The gloves fit well, seem well constructed and look great. Very happy with this purchase.
February 3, 2015
Nice basic riding glove
No fancy unneeded stuff. A nice clean glove that doesn't look like a power ranger. No armor but certainly better than no protection.
February 1, 2015
Mid weight gloves.
Pro: I use this gloves to ride from 40-75 degrees NY weather.
Con: no protection
For the price its hard to go wrong with this mid weight gloves. Highly recommended.
January 5, 2015
Fine gloves for the price
The medium size was good on my long skinny hands. I used them this summer, and as I usually run cold, I did not find them to be too hot to wear on 90 degree days. My only complaint is that the picture shows them with a bit of a shine, the actual gloves have more of a flat finish. The construction of the gloves is quite smooth, no external seams. I use them almost every day.
October 5, 2014
Sturdy, great looks!
I love this pair of gloves. Simple, sturdy. Not too hot in the summer (I live in Austin), nice leather and style (they look like gauntlets) these are definitely my favorites!!!
July 7, 2014
Got these for the wife. She wanted "a simple, leather, middleweight" glove... These fit the bill perfectly. I mean, look at what they are called!
She is very pleased. Wore them in the rain with temps in the 40s(F) and she said her hands were not cold. Keep in mind that she is a passenger and so able to tuck her hands between us, thus keeping them out of the airflow. For a rider, they would probably be comfortable into the 60s though, depending of course on your tolerance to cold.
May 5, 2014