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Product Review: Hein Gericke Pathan gloves

Adam Child, 28 January 2014 11:30

Hein Gericke Pathan gloves (superseded by Pathan Evo, £59.99) Time tested: 80,000 miles plus/6-7 years What’s good? I’ve called these gloves ‘old faithful’, as I always come back to my ‘Penguin’ gloves. They’re not attractive, but are 100% waterproof and warm. I’ve ridden all day in the worst rain possible and they’ve not even let in a drop. No gloves ...

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Product Review: Knox Recon touring gloves

Simon Patterson, 09 December 2013 16:30

Knox Recon touring gloves, £89.99 (£64.99 on Time tested: Three months/2000 miles What’s good?  These are my go-to gloves for any longer distance riding. The Boa wrist closure system – a bit like that used on ski boots – might look complicated, but it means the gloves seal around your my perfectly – I’ve never got any moisture in ...

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Glove Review: Knox Biomech gloves

Liam Marsden, 11 November 2013 14:30

Knox Biomech gloves, £129.99Time tested: 1800 miles/two months What’s good? Gloves are like helmets – if they don’t fit your hand shape then they’re not going to be comfortable and they’ll irritate you. Thankfully these gloves fit like, er, gloves. There’s armour on the knuckles and back of the hand, as well as Knox scaphoid protectors on the palms and ...

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Gloves Review: Held Sensato gloves

Andy Calton, 28 October 2013 17:00

Held Sensato glovesPrice: £74.99Time tested: 2000 miles, six months What’s good? These are great summer gloves. The kangaroo hide leather palms are supple and comfortable while the hard plastic knuckle protection is beefy and reassuring. Although these are undoubtedly for fine weather use only, they are fairly thick and can be worn if it gets a little chilly. There’s a ...

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Gloves Review: Racer High Racer gloves

Tony Hoare, 21 October 2013 13:30

Racer High Racer gloves, £139.99Time tested: 2000 miles/three months What’s good? The comfort, which makes these the most sumptuous motorcycling gloves I’ve ever had the pleasure to wear. The kangaroo leather palms offer beautiful feel and are as supple as any I’ve worn in 13 years of riding, with very little breaking in required. There’s plenty of protection on offer ...

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Gloves Review: Furygan Must IV Evo gloves

Andy Calton, 19 August 2013 07:00

Furygan Must IV Evo gloves, £79.99Time tested: 2500 miles/nine months What’s good? These gloves are a good year-round option. In the coldest of the cold days the tips of my fingers get a little chilled and in the height of the summer hands can get a bit sweaty, but for the majority of the time they're spot-on. They offer good ...

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Gloves Review: Dainese X-ILE gloves

Simon Patterson, 16 August 2013 12:51

Dainese X-ILE gloves, £74.99Time tested: 1500 miles What’s good? I love these gloves. For warm(ish) weather riding in the dry, they’re perfect. Comfortable, well fitting, and stylish, they’re also well-protected, with thick leather palms and carbon on the knuckles. I’ve crashed in them, putting my hand on tarmac at 30mph, and there wasn’t a single mark on the gloves afterwards. ...

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Gloves Review: Alpinestars GP Plus gloves

Ian Jub, 16 August 2013 10:46

Alpinestars GP Plus gloves, £99.99 (2003 price, modern equivalent £89.99)Time tested: 35000+ miles What’s good? I’ve had these gloves since I did my CBT in 2003, they have seen use on pretty much every bike I have ever ridden and they haven’t disappointed. Back then, I had to save for ages to buy my first bike kit and these were ...

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Glove Review: Rev-It Chevron

Liam Marsden, 08 August 2013 11:55

Rev-It Chevron, £69.99Time tested: Two months What’s good? Rev’It gloves, for me, are a little tight fitting at first. But a few long rides will soon see them soften and from then on they’re extremely comfy. These gloves are vented really well, with venting on the back of the hand, fingers and thumbs. It might sound like overkill but you’ll ...

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Gloves Review: Weise Victory gloves

Steve Farrell, 29 July 2013 14:53

Weise Victory gloves, £44.99 Time tested: 7000 miles/three months What’s good? They’re gloves for people who don’t really want to wear gloves. You won’t find a pair that imposes less of a barrier between hand and twistgrip. There are no clumsy gauntlets to fit over or under cuffs, just a Velcro wrist strap on the back. A degree of protection ...


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