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Tour Master Polartex Gloves
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  • 1000 and 500 Denier DuPont Cordura nylon construction
  • Grade A Aniline dyed leather palm and thumb
  • Waterproof and breathable liner keeps hands dry without perspiration buildup
  • Thinsulate Flex insulation provides warmth
  • Large gauntlet with selfoperating drawstring closure to help seal out the elements
  • Velcro wrist adjustment with TPR pull for ease of operation
  • Articulated knuckle and finger flex panels for added mobility
  • Precurved palm and fingers for increased "ongrip" comfort
  • Closed cell foam padding for protection in the palm
  • Reflective TourMaster logo and piping for increased nighttime visibility
  • Aramid palm stitching
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Tour Master Polartex Gloves 4.3 5 10 10
Not bad at all Good glove for the price, I have worn this glove on my Buell XB12 which has no wind deflection for your hands. I think it was around 40 degrees F out and my hands were warm enough to safely use all controls, I think anything below that temp would have been too cold to tolerate. But from 40 degrees to about 55 degrees up to 100mph these gloves are great. On a bike with a fairing they would be good to lower temps I would imagine. But for the price, cant beat it. March 26, 2011
Tour Master Polartex Gloves Not as warm as I'd like. When temp is around 45, my hands feel a little cold while riding at 35 - 45 mph. January 19, 2011
Perfect for 45F-75F Great product. I'm very happy with these gloves. They are great for wide temperature range (45-75F) I used it down to 39F with inner gloves lining. For below 39F, heated gloves are way to go. No expensive gloves would work good below in my opinion. I normally wear M and I ordered M. Gloves are snug and comfortable. I put 1000+ miles in temperatures ranging from 40-70F, it held up very good. In fact it reduced hand fatigue due to vibration. As with any winter gloves you lose some dexterity but you will get use to it. November 28, 2010
Good fit. Excellent price. Looking forward to some cool weather riding this fall. Gloves fit very comfortably. November 9, 2010
Good and comfortable These gloves are good, comfortable, solid construction, feels good on the hands. They are warm only up to 45F. Anything below they don't work well even with glove liners so they are great fall glove but not for real winter. They are comfortable for a long ride, they reduce hand fatigue. I'm in between Medium and Large. I ordered M they fit OK but I should have ordered L. Initially it felt little bulky and hard to feel the controls but after a while you get used to it. They are really great value for the money because even some high end winter gloves don't perform well under 45F. November 8, 2010
Tour Master Polartex Gloves fits well. haven't had a chance to try this out in colder weather yet but feels good and fits well. June 15, 2010
Finally got real MC gloves Overall acceptable. I've been using ski gloves, which don't keep out the wind at 65 mph! I looked at this glove for a year on various online sites. Revzilla had the best price on clearance and I jumped on it. It rained the first day I used them, and my hands stayed dry. Keeps hands from getting intolerably cold at 40 degrees. The only complaint so far is that the lining is cut a tad too short for the left thumb. March 16, 2010
Warm dry hands Very good price and service from Revzilla. These gloves are warm (in our not too cold coastal California winter) and have kept my hands dry on quite a few rainy rides to work. Construction is good and the gauntlet is well designed to cover my jacket . I'll hold off on commenting on durability until I have more miles on them. If I were to nit pick, I.d say the face shield wiper on the forefinger isn't much help. At this point, I would buy them again and recommend them. February 6, 2010
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / XS 287443 82-601 Out of Stock
Black / SM 287444 82-602 Out of Stock
Black / MD 287445 82-603 Out of Stock
Black / LG 287446 82-604 Out of Stock
Black / XL 287447 82-605 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 287448 82-606 Out of Stock
Black/Red / XS 287449 82-607 Out of Stock
Black/Red / SM 287450 82-608 Out of Stock
Black/Red / MD 287451 82-609 Out of Stock
Black/Red / LG 287452 82-610 Out of Stock
Black/Red / XL 287453 82-611 Out of Stock
Black/Red / 2XL 287454 82-612 Out of Stock
Black/Blue / XS 287455 82-613 Out of Stock
Black/Blue / SM 287456 82-614 Out of Stock
Black/Blue / MD 287457 82-615 Out of Stock
Black/Blue / LG 287458 82-616 Out of Stock
Black/Blue / XL 287459 82-617 Out of Stock
Black/Blue / 2XL 287460 82-618 Out of Stock