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Michael Neeves  says:

Glove review: Alpinestars 365 Gore-Tex

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 when you...

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mickipaq

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mickipaq says:

gloves

mine are pissed through in half an hour and only a year old

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mickipaq says:

and freezing cold don't buy for winter you'll regret it big time

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aquarius says:

Totally agree, Neevesy ...

Have had a pair of these myself and in the same Red & White for the past 12 months. They do exactly what it says on the tin. Feel on the bike is great - safe, secure and - as you say - waterproof. For South-East Queensland with it's sudden Spring & Summer storms & showers they are pretty much perfect and I always take mine under the seat to change out of a pair of Spidi Race Vents or high-flow Teknics when it gets cooler and wet.  If it is really cold ( and you have to go a long way South or inland for that ) I change to a pair of Spidi Sports Comp H2 Outs also waterproof that are a tad warmer. Although I haven't tried it yet as it has never been that cold, I took RIDE's advice and also bought a pair of Knox Cold Killer inner gloves to wear inside the A-Star 365's. Apparently that works a treat, even in your Brit Winter. Love these gloves. Cheers

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randomcommenter

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stick with what you know

Got a pair of these last year off the back of a review I read in MCN. I was bitterly dissapointed on the first cold and wet morning I rode to work, barely 8 miles and my fingers were numb and hands were damp. They'll do for the odd, passing shower but don't expect them to help in the depths of winter.

I'll stick with my old Oxford winter gloves (£30) until the weather brightens up and warrents a "cooler" pair.

 

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