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team_penetrator

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The perfect gloves - Do they exist?

Hi,

After searching online for ages, I thought Id ask for some advice..

Im after some gloves with a budget of around 50 sheets.

Surely my list of requirements isnt that crazy?

Something to wear from Spring to Autumn (i.e. not winter gloves!)

Waterproof

Not too heavy

Reasonably protective.

Any tips or recommendations?

P

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Robertbgearhead

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perfict gloves

Go to a shop that has the largest slection of gloves and try on every brand.  You will notice that one brand will fit you best.  Then take that knowledge and find a glove that meets your requirements form that brand.  Dont feel the need to buy from that shop due to the fact that they will most likely have the highest prices.  Good luck.

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jeansonline

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jeansonline says:

jeans-classic

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gizmorun

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gizmorun says:

perfect gloves

Frank Thomas storm aqua 


waterproof, warm, 1 zip, 2 Velcro bands, knuckle protectors, soft section on outer hand (i use it to wipe my visor in rain) thermal lining that dosent get loose and end up bunching up making the glove uncomfortable . :roll eyes:

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triumphrider600

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Try these

Triumph do a waterproof textile glove for exactly £50. They are the Garret Glove. I have ridden in them for about 2000 miles since last autumn. Totally waterproof, all day comfortable and feel like my summer leather gloves when on.

http://www.triumph.co.uk/uk/clothingAccessoriesPopup.aspx?GID=1

 

Good luck,

Tom

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v1nn1e

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v1nn1e says:

Buffalo

Waterprroof, snug and have armour too.

Not warm enough for winter though

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