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Product Review: Rev’It Oceanus gloves

Liam Marsden, 07 May 2014 11:00

Rev’It Oceanus gloves, £99.99 Time tested: Five months/2000 miles What’s good? The Gore-Tex certainly works on these gloves – they’ve kept every drop of water out in the five months I’ve been wearing them and they don’t hold water either, like some waterproof gloves, which means they don’t get heavy or become wet to the touch. The tri-fleece liner is ...

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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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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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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: 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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Weise Montana gloves

Liam Marsden, 03 January 2012 13:21

Weise Montana gloves, £64.99 Miles covered/time: 500/one month What's good: The leather and polyester construction of these gloves is pretty much spot on for this time of year. The leather on the palms means they don’t feel like bulky winter gloves, and give plenty of feel for the throttle, brakes and clutch, while the polyester on the rest of the ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars Vega Drystar

Liam Marsden, 15 November 2010 16:43

Alpinestars Vega Drystar, £74.99 from www.mcnshop.comMiles covered/time: One month (borrowed from Dad)/600 miles What’s good? They’re a little big, but extremely comfy with a nice soft lining. I’ve hardly worn them in the dry, and they’ve kept every single drop of water out so far. Exactly what you’d expect from Alpinestars’ DryStar range. What’s not? Despite the Thinsulate insulation they don’t ...

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Glove review: Teknic Lightning

Liam Marsden, 27 July 2010 16:17

Teknic Lightning, £49.99 at www.mcnshop.comMiles covered/time: 7000/2.5 years What’s good? The leather felt soft and supple from the first time I wore these and they were instantly comfortable – no bedding in required. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves The overlapping leather panels on the fingers mean they’re even more supple than the rest of the glove. Venting on the knuckles ...

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Kit reviews: Furygan FRG10 gloves

Liam Marsden, 11 May 2010 15:15

Furygan FRG10 gloves, £104.95 Miles covered: 5000/two years What’s good? These gloves are without a doubt the best I’ve worn to date. They fit my hand snugly, without being too tight or restrictive. The huge knuckle protector and protector on the cuff are rock solid and often leave me thinking the tarmac would come off worse in a collision with ...

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Glove review: Spidi Fjord H2OUT gloves

Liam Marsden, 08 April 2009 17:11

Cost: £89Still available? Yes. www.spidi.comMiles covered: 2000Time owned: 4 months Best thing about it: These are the first waterproof gloves I’ve owned which are actually waterproof. I’ve ridden through typhoon-force rain and come out the other side with bone dry hands. Despite only using them for 2000 miles so far I’ve found the build quality to be top notch. They ...


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