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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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Aerostich Competition Elkskin Gloves

Simon Relph, 09 November 2011 11:12

Aerostich Competition Elkskin Gloves £42.45 (plus £8.49 import duty) Miles covered/time: 2500/three months What’s good: For the past three months these Aerostich Competition Elkskin gloves have been my number one choice, possibly due to the extreme comfort, due to such soft Elkskin leather. Based on a ranch worker’s glove they are designed to be strong enough to cope with the ...

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Glove review: Spada Elite

Simon Relph, 06 January 2011 10:30

Spada Elite Glove £79.99Miles covered/time: 1700/nine months What’s good? I first wore these on a hot day in the summer. They really did feel lovely – you can’t beat the feeling of new gloves – but the only problem was that, after about 20 minutes, my hands were positively wet with sweat. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves So these needed ...

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Glove review: RST Pro Series WP

Simon Relph, 26 November 2010 15:57

RST Pro Series WP Glove, £59.99Miles covered/time: 5500/11 month What’s good? These are a reasonably priced pair of waterproof summer gloves. I am a person who gets sweaty hands when they get too hot, and there’s nothing worse than trying to get your glove off in a petrol station and pulling out half the lining, then spending the next half ...

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Motorcycle glove review: Aerostich Triple Digit Rain Covers

Simon Relph, 06 October 2010 14:34

Aerostich Triple Digit Rain Covers, $47 (£30) Miles covered/time: Rain miles only/13 months What’s good? These over-gloves fold down to nothing so they can fit nicely into your pocket, ready for the odd down pour. The top of the glove has an elastic draw cord to create a snug fit around the top, with Velcro fasteners across the back of ...

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Glove review: Aerostich Elkskin Gauntlet Gloves

Simon Relph, 28 May 2010 14:24

Aerostich Elkskin Gauntlet Gloves, $77 (£51)Miles covered/time: 4500/three months What’s good? Possibly the softest leather gloves I have ever worn, extremely supple elkskin palms and a pad across the knuckles for protection, with deerskin making up the rest. Save cash on motorcycle gloves The feel of the bike controls through the gloves is really good, even down to pressing the ...

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Glove review: Victory Men’s Perforated Gloves

Simon Relph, 17 July 2009 14:56

What’s good? Extremely soft leather with good fit with fingers that are actually the right length. The palms have a small amount of padding giving you a good level of comfort, without losing any feel. The back of the glove is perforated allowing heat to escape while giving a nice cooling sensation as you ride along. Velcro fastenings at the ...

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