Tour Master Dri-Mesh Gloves
Lightweight and waterproof
Comfortable, slightly large in sizing. Waterproof in light rain(not tested yet in anything heavy). Just cool enough in 80 degree weather. Might be too warm for anything hotter.
June 4, 2015
Not waterproof - at all
We picked two pairs up because they were a real bargain at our local shop. I can see why! There is absolutely NO way they should advertise them as waterproof! My hands were totally soaked after a long downpour at high speeds. I continue the quest of waterproof and functional gloves...
September 8, 2014
Very good cost and benefits, product confortable and well ventilated
August 4, 2014
The quality is goo, but doesn't have enough protection. The WP is ok, the bad thing is when the hand gets a little dry and you take then off, the waterproof liner comes out and you have to use a pen to put it again in the correct position.
June 17, 2014
Great waterproof gloves
They are great, i which the have more protection. Super comfortable, its seems that they are not waterproof because they are mesh based, but the content water pretty well
September 9, 2013
Wasn't what I expected
The gloves seem to "hang-up" inside with the lining. It was difficult to put on and fingers couldn't fit all the way thru to the inside tip. Decided to cut out the inside lining and also cut out the second lining which was a plastic bag type material. Fits a lot more confortable now but there is no inside lining and also not water proof anymore.
June 18, 2012
Reasonably good all around gloves
This is my first motorcycling experience and naturally my first pair of true motorcycle gloves. I ride a Suzuki V-Strom 650 and given my total lack of riding experience it is pretty obvious I am not into setting speed records. My style of riding is restricted to simple short trips and more of a touring fashion. The Tour Master Dri-Mesh Glove seemed like a reasonable choice for my riding preference. I am 6'1", 200 and typically wear a size XL in regular gloves and therefore that is the size I bought. The 2 things I noticed are as follows: 1) The inner lining, which I assume acts as the waterproof feature tends to come partially come out when I take them off. This happens with any amount of perspiration on my hands. It makes it challenging to put them back on because the inner liner has to line up with the fingers. It isn't impossible but just a bit annoying. 2) The right hand glove seems to restrict my hand when I grip the throttle. I don't think I need a larger pair but for some reason it just seems to be a bit restrictive. Other than that I am pleased with the gloves.
May 27, 2011
These pair of gloves may be called water-resistant, but definitely not waterproof. The tag "waterproof+breathable" is misleading, there's not such combination. The Dri-Mesh Tourmaster gloves are breathable, but not waterproof. Tried them riding under rain and my hands were 100% soaked after 15-20min. Misleading advertising.
April 17, 2011