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Product Review: Bering RX19 gloves

Steve Hunt, 30 April 2014 11:30

Bering RX19 gloves, £109.99 Time tested: Four months What’s good? These gloves are made from supremely soft goat leather and when combined with the solid feel of the knuckle and finger protection this means that these have fast become my go-to gloves when I get the chance to make a foray onto the track. I've been lucky enough to avoid ...

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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 www.mcnshop.com) 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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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 365 Gore Tex

Michael Neeves, 24 April 2012 12:33

Alpinestars 365 Gore Tex gloves £169.99Time used: Three years What’s good: These are the best gloves I’ve ever had. They’re a cross between a lightweight, dextrous racing glove and a warm, fully-waterproof Gore-Tex winter glove – the very best of both worlds. I wear them all the time for commuting, biking holidays and even racing when it’s really cold and ...

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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: Spada Elite Race

Dan Aspel, 07 December 2010 16:32

Spada Elite Race gloves, £79.99Miles covered/time: 3000/three months What’s good? At half the price of most full-length racing gloves, these immediately grab your attention. Save cash on motorcycle gloves at the MCN Shop Spada aren’t held in the same esteem as other, more prestigious and expensive brands, but this glove may go some way to changing that. It’d be hard ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars 365 Gore-Tex

Michael Neeves, 10 November 2010 13:47

Alpinestars 365 Gore-Tex gloves, £159.95Miles covered/time: Well over 20,000-miles touring, road testing and racing/two years. What’s good? Along with my lid and earplugs, these gloves are my favourite bits of biking kit. The best thing about them is they’re warm and waterproof, but feel and look every inch like a racing glove. That makes them perfect for riding sports bikes ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars GP Plus

Adam Child, 28 October 2010 14:50

Alpinestars GP Plus Gloves, £120Miles covered/time: 10,000+/one yearWhat’s good? They have an excellent fit, and are not too tight across the hand (something which often blights my enjoyment of Alpinestars gloves). The palms are really soft, and allow for excellent feel. I’ve worn these gloves nearly every time I’ve been on track this year. Plenty of protection on the outside, ...

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Glove review: Alpinestars WR-3 GTX

Phil West, 23 July 2010 16:09

Alpinestars WR-3 GTX gloves, £94.99Miles covered/time: 2500/eight months What’s good? A ‘middle-warmth’, leather glove that achieves that tricky compromise of near-sports glove-style snugness and finesse but with enough Gore-tex and whatnot warmth to make them sufficient through most of November and February. Save £££s on motorcycle gloves They’re easy to get on, comfy and showerproof, made of full grain leather ...

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