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Product Review: Weise Wave gloves

Andy Downes, 15 October 2014 12:00

Weise Wave gloves, £55 Time tested: Three months/1100 miles What’s good? These fabric shorty gloves pack a wealth of features into an adaptable glove and for summer commuting duties and around-town errands they have quickly become my default choice thanks to the combination of the breathable and waterproof lining, comfort and style. One really useful addition is the material on ...

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Product Review: Richa Savage WP gloves

Simon Brown, 24 September 2014 08:30

Richa Savage WP gloves, £99.99 Time tested: Four months/2750 miles What’s good? After over 2000 miles these are shaping up to be a quality pair of gloves. A few years ago if you wanted waterproof gloves they were like wellies for the hand – but not any more. The Richas offer summer glove feel but without your hands getting soaked ...

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Product Review: Ixon RS Moto HP Gloves

Richard Newland, 24 September 2014 08:30

Ixon RS Moto HP, £99.99 Time tested: 4200 miles/six months What’s good? Glove fit is a very personal thing, and a pair will either leave you feeling uncomfortable and distracted, or they’ll fit you like a, well, glove. Fixing systems, protection, styles and gizmos aside, the fit has to be right, and these Ixons fit me perfectly. The finger length ...

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Product Review: Knox Orsa Gloves

Andy Davidson, 17 September 2014 17:00

Knox Orsa leather gloves, £79.99 Time tested: 10 months/4000 miles What’s good? These shorty gloves are fantastic for summer. The perforated goat skin gloves use a ‘Boa’ fastening system instead of Velcro. It takes a couple of seconds longer to secure, but saves you from fraying and scratchy Velcro and provides a tighter, more secure fit. It also comes with ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars GPX gloves

Tony Hoare, 10 September 2014 17:00

Alpinestars GPX gloves, £99.99 Time used: Three months/3000 miles What’s good? It has all of the hand protection of a full-on race glove, including a bridge between the two smallest fingers and a hard knuckle guard, but doesn’t demand the faff of fitting a lengthy cuff either over or under a textile jacket, which is what I wear for the ...

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Product Review: Knox Handroid CE 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: Oxford Voyager gloves

Tony Hoare, 18 June 2014 08:30

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 ...

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Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

Simon Patterson, 04 June 2014 11:00

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 ...

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Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

Simon Patterson, 04 June 2014 11:00

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 ...

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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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