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Product Review: Knox Handroid CE gloves

rating is 5 Gloves

Adam Child, 30 July 2014 10:30

Knox Handroid CE gloves, £169.99 Time tested:  North West 200 and TT fortnight (1000 miles) What’s good? This is the third time I’ve worn Knox gloves at the TT, and these are the second generation gloves that are now CE-approved. They have also changed the small venting spoiler on the back of the knuckles to make it sturdier. I actually ...

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Product Review: Knox Handroid CE gloves

Knox Handroid CE gloves, £169.99 Time tested:  North West 200 and TT fortnight (1000 miles) What’s good? This is the third time I’ve worn Knox gloves at the TT, and these are the second generation gloves that are now CE-approved. They have also changed the small venting spoiler on the back of the knuckles to make it sturdier. I actually ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 30 July 2014

Product Review: Oxford Voyager gloves

Oxford Voyager gloves, £59.99 Time tested: Three months/1500 miles What’s good? The comfort of these waterproof, three-season gloves has impressed me in the three months I’ve been wearing them. Gloves are often too short in the thumb for me, which means mild discomfort when reaching for the clutch lever, but these are absolutely perfect for my hand size and I ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 18 June 2014

Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves, £89.99 Time tested: Three miles/500 miles What’s good? RST’s top-of-the-range gloves are designed for track use, although I’ve been wearing them for my commute, because they’re ridiculously comfortable. Made from soft kangaroo leather, they give really good feel and finger dexterity. The closures are thick, reassuring strips of Velcro that I can easily close when ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 04 June 2014

Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves, £89.99 Time tested: Three miles/500 miles What’s good? RST’s top-of-the-range gloves are designed for track use, although I’ve been wearing them for my commute, because they’re ridiculously comfortable. Made from soft kangaroo leather, they give really good feel and finger dexterity. The closures are thick, reassuring strips of Velcro that I can easily close when ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 04 June 2014

Product Review: Rev’It Oceanus gloves

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 ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 07 May 2014

Product Review: Bering RX19 gloves

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 ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 30 April 2014

Product Review: Arc-on Competizione gloves

Arc-on Competizione gloves, £140 Time tested: 16 weeks What’s good? This is a substantial glove with intimate feel and sensible design. It has a mountain of catalogue-topping spec – kangaroo hide, bomb-proof stingray inserts on the cuffs and palm, titanium and carbon knuckle armour, grippy Kevlar matting on finger tips and other contact points – but, crucially, none of it ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 23 April 2014

Product Review: Racer Stratos Gore-Tex X-Trafit

Racer Stratos Gore-Tex X-Trafit, £139.99 Time tested: 4000 miles / eight months What’s good? Gloves are an essential piece of riding kit; dare I say that their comfort is even more crucial for me than it is with helmet. I’ve ridden with uncomfortable helmets before and they’re just that - uncomfortable - but if the fit and feel of gloves ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 01 April 2014

Product Review: Held Cold Champ gloves

Held Cold Champ gloves, £154.99 Time tested: Five months / 3500 miles What’s good? The Cold Champ is an exceptionally well-made leather and Gore-Tex winter glove from purveyors of fine and subtle bike kit, Held. The goatskin palm is so soft that you struggle to believe how strong it is, and the lining is equally duvet-like in its plush comfort. ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 11 March 2014

Product Review: Kushitani K-5162 GPR-6 gloves

Kushitani K-5162 GPR-6 gloves, £189.99 Time tested: 4000 miles/four months What’s good? The feel comfort and build quality is exceptional. The Kangaroo leather used on the palm is really soft, which gives excellent feel. These are some of the comfiest summer race gloves I’ve ever tried, ridden in. They’re very malleable and soft on the palm but are tough on ...

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Gloves
  • 04 February 2014

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