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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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Gloves Review: Rukka Apollo gloves

Simon Brown, 19 July 2013 11:39

Rukka Apollo gloves, £169.99 Time used: Two years/8000 miles What’s good? Decent gloves can make-or-break a ride… and these are very good indeed. Comfortable from the word go, they are armoured with hard protection over the knuckles and a carbon section on the heal of your hand – the point that is likely to grind the Tarmac first  (happily, I’ve ...

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Gloves Review: Furygan AFS8 Evo

Tony Hoare, 17 June 2013 11:31

Furygan AFS8 Evo, £99.99 (discontinued, now AFS10 Evo - £119.99)   Tester: Tony Hoare   Time tested: 6000 miles/two years What’s good? Feel through the palms is great, especially once they’ve broken in, and the protection stood up well to my crash. The plastic slider on the heel of the palm has done its job, though is now thinner than ...

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Gloves Review: Halvarssons Dino Gloves

Alison Silcox, 03 June 2013 08:17

Halvarssons Dino Gloves, £99 Tester: Alison Silcox Time tested: Over 5000 miles/six years What’s good? With summer hinting at its arrival I’ve dug out my leather gloves. I have quite large hands for a lady and wear a size eight men’s rather than a pair of women’s gloves, but this has never been a problem. After an initial breaking-in period ...

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Gloves Review: Alpinestars Tech Road GTX gloves

Andy Downes, 07 May 2013 17:09

Alpinestars Tech Road GTX gloves £149.99 Time tested: 1500 miles/6 weeks What’s good: These have barely been off my hands over the past six weeks as my daily commuting winter gloves. They have seen temperatures as low as -8°C, lashing rain, snow, sleet, and more rain. So far they have been impregnable which comes as a massive relief, having had ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars GP Pro

Richard Newland, 24 October 2012 10:31

Alpinestars GP Pro gloves, £229.95
Miles covered/time: 5500/three months What's good? I absolutely love these gloves. This is my second set, and the previous ones lasted me for the best part of 40,000 miles. They didn’t look too pretty by then, and had a slightly dubious whiff about them, but they were still going strong, with just one unraveling seam in ...

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Glove review: Revit Tarmac

Liam Marsden, 05 October 2012 16:18

Revit Tarmac gloves, £134.99Miles covered/time: 3000/five months What's good? These have become my go-to pair of gloves; they took a couple of hundred miles to properly bed in, but since then they’ve been amazingly comfy. The leather is soft and supple and none of the armour digs in anywhere on long rides as it does with some gloves. The hard ...

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Glove review: Held 2-in-1 Gortex air and dry

Simon Relph, 16 August 2012 10:00

Held 2-in-1 Gortex air and dry Gloves £134.99Miles covered/time: 2200/four months What’s good: With the unpredictable weather at the moment, these gloves seemed to be the perfect option. Somewhat quirky in their design, they are something I have never come across before. How they differ to the conventional gloves we are all used to is the fact there are two ...

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Glove review: Weise Custom

Marc Abbott, 08 August 2012 14:25

Weise Custom glove, £34.99Miles covered/time: 5500/three years What’s good: Since I last reviewed these gloves, just over a year ago, they’ve become my regular mitt of choice, what with the unpredictable temperate climate we contend with on a daily basis. At the end of last year I crashed in them. Quickly. They have no hard protection, but it seems the ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars Techstar off-road

Liam Marsden, 25 July 2012 14:07

Alpinestars Techstar off-road gloves, £29.99Time used: Five months What's good: They’re exceptionally thin, offering a level of feel you can only dream of when wearing road gloves. The venting works extremely well at keeping your hands cool when you’re hanging on for dear life as you career down yet another hill completely out of control. Since they’re so thin they’re ...


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