Gloves

  • Product Review: Held Phantom II gloves

    26 June 2015 by Liam Marsden

    Product Review: Held Phantom II gloves

    Held Phantom II gloves, £199.99 Tested by: Liam Marsden Time tested: Two years/2000 miles What’s good? I’m more than confident in the protective abilities of these Phantom II gloves, which are made...

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  • Product Review: Richa X Pro gloves

    17 June 2015 by Rupert Paul

    Product Review: Richa X Pro gloves

    Richa X Pro gloves £130 Tester: Rupert Paul Time tested: One year/7000 miles What’s good? For me, getting a good fit with gloves is always tricky. These are almost perfect, and the kind of thing you...

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  • Product Review: Knox Orsa gloves

    12 May 2015 by Andy Davidson

    Product Review: Knox Orsa gloves

    Knox Orsa gloves, £79.99 Tester: Andy Davidson Time used: one year, 12,000 miles What’s good? These are my go-to gloves when it gets a bit warmer. They’re lightweight, breathable, peppered with...

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  • Product Review: Held Talin GTX gloves

    07 May 2015 by Adam Child

    Product Review: Held Talin GTX gloves

    Held Talin GTX gloves, £154.99 Tester: Adam Child Time tested: One year/10,000 miles What’s good? These are without doubt the best winter gloves I’ve tried in nearly 20 years of biking. I’ve ridden...

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  • Product Review: Held Arctic winter gloves

    23 April 2015 by Michael Guy

    Product Review: Held Arctic winter gloves

    Held Arctic winter gloves £124.99 Tester: Michael Guy Time tested: Five years/24000 miles What’s good? They’re good looking, well-tailored and well-fitting gloves that have lasted very well and feel...

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  • Product Review: Spada Eighty2 Claw gloves

    07 April 2015 by Adam Child

    Product Review: Spada Eighty2 Claw gloves

    Spada Eighty2 Claw Gloves, £39.99 Tester: Adam Child Time tested: One year/13,000 miles What’s good? Sometime you just want sausage and mash. It’s sufficient, simple and you know what you are getting.

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  • Product Review: Macna Proton heated gloves

    06 April 2015 by Andy Davidson

    Product Review: Macna Proton heated gloves

    Macna Proton heated gloves, Time tested: One month, 1000 miles What’s good? Heated gloves are always my first choice in the winter months because my fingers get very cold very quickly. The Protons...

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  • Product Review: Spidi Carbo 3 gloves

    02 April 2015 by Alison Silcox

    Product Review: Spidi Carbo 3 gloves

    Spidi Carbo 3 gloves, £169.99 Time tested: Six months/3000 miles What's good? I wouldn't normally choose this style of glove as they are designed more with a MotoGP racer in mind than a Honda CB650F...

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  • Product Review: Ixon Pro Blizzard gloves

    20 March 2015 by Richard Newland

    Product Review: Ixon Pro Blizzard gloves

    Ixon Pro Blizzard Gloves, £79.99 Time tested: One year/4000 miles What’s good? What a good glove this is from French bike clothing specialists Ixon. I’ve worn these through some pretty harsh weather,...

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  • Product Review: Halvarssons Supreme gloves

    13 March 2015 by Liam Marsden

    Product Review: Halvarssons Supreme gloves

    Halvarssons Supreme gloves, £59 Time tested: Three months/400 miles What’s good? From the moment I tried these gloves on they felt comfortable, with soft supple leather on the outer and an almost...

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  • Product Review: Alpinestars Apex Drystar gloves

    27 January 2015 by Emma Franklin

    Product Review: Alpinestars Apex Drystar gloves

    Alpinestars Apex Drystar gloves £80 Tester: Emma Franklin Time tested: Four years/9000 miles What’s good? These leather and textile gloves are like heaven for hands – the inner lining is made from...

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  • Product Review: Alpinestars Spartan gloves

    26 November 2014 by Andy Davidson

    Product Review: Alpinestars Spartan gloves

    Alpinestars Spartan gloves, £34.99 Time used: Two months/2000 miles What’s good? The Spartans are street gloves that are also perfect for a long off-road rally because they are super lightweight and...

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  • Product Review: Lindstrands Comet gloves

    12 November 2014 by Tony Hoare

    Product Review: Lindstrands Comet gloves

    Lindstrands Comet gloves, £59 Time tested: Four months/1500 miles What’s good? They’re short gloves that are very comfortable and work well with all types of textile jackets, making it much easier to...

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  • Product Review: Knox Covert gloves

    05 November 2014 by Liam Marsden

    Product Review: Knox Covert gloves

    Knox Covert gloves, £99.99 Time tested: 1000 miles/three months What’s good? These are my first pair of waterproof gloves that aren’t insulated for winter,  and I’m pretty pleased. They’re thick...

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  • Product Review: Weise Wave gloves

    15 October 2014 by Andy Downes

    Product Review: Weise Wave gloves

    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...

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  • Product Review: Ixon RS Moto HP Gloves

    24 September 2014 by Richard Newland

    Product Review: Ixon RS Moto HP Gloves

    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...

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  • Product Review: Richa Savage WP gloves

    24 September 2014 by Simon Brown

    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 in the rain. The only off I’ve had in them was when my ER-6f was...

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  • Product Review: Knox Orsa Gloves

    17 September 2014 by Andy Davidson

    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 knuckle, finger and palm protectors.

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  • Product Review: Alpinestars GPX gloves

    10 September 2014 by Tony Hoare

    Product Review: Alpinestars GPX gloves

    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...

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  • Product Review: Knox Handroid CE gloves

    30 July 2014 by Adam Child

    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...

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  • Product Review: Oxford Voyager gloves

    18 June 2014 by Tony Hoare

    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 suspect I’m not the only sufferer of...

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  • Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

    04 June 2014 by Simon Patterson

    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...

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  • Product Review: RST Pro Series CPX-C gloves

    04 June 2014 by Simon Patterson

    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...

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  • Product Review: Rev’It Oceanus gloves

    07 May 2014 by Liam Marsden

    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...

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  • Product Review: Bering RX19 gloves

    30 April 2014 by Steve Hunt

    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...

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  • Product Review: Arc-on Competizione gloves

    23 April 2014 by Tim Thompson

    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,...

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  • Product Review: Held Cold Champ gloves

    11 March 2014 by Richard Newland

    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...

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  • Product Review: Kushitani K-5162 GPR-6 gloves

    04 February 2014 by Adam Child

    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...

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  • Product Review: Hein Gericke Pathan gloves

    28 January 2014 by Adam Child

    Product Review: Hein Gericke Pathan gloves

    Hein Gericke Pathan gloves (superseded by Pathan Evo, £59.99) Time tested: 80,000 miles plus/6-7 years What’s good? I’ve called these gloves ‘old faithful’, as I always come back to my ‘Penguin’...

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  • Product Review: Knox Recon touring gloves

    09 December 2013 by Simon Patterson

    Product Review: Knox Recon touring gloves

    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...

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  • Glove Review: Knox Biomech gloves

    11 November 2013 by Liam Marsden

    Glove Review: Knox Biomech gloves

    Knox Biomech gloves, £129.99 Time 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...

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  • Gloves Review: Held Sensato gloves

    28 October 2013 by Andy Calton

    Gloves Review: Held Sensato gloves

    Held Sensato gloves Price: £74.99 Time tested: 2000 miles, six months What’s good? These are great summer gloves. The kangaroo hide leather palms are supple and comfortable while the hard plastic...

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  • Gloves Review: Racer High Racer gloves

    21 October 2013 by Tony Hoare

    Gloves Review: Racer High Racer gloves

    Racer High Racer gloves, £139.99 Time tested: 2000 miles/three months What’s good? The comfort, which makes these the most sumptuous motorcycling gloves I’ve ever had the pleasure to wear. The...

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  • Gloves Review: Furygan Must IV Evo gloves

    19 August 2013 by Andy Calton

    Gloves Review: Furygan Must IV Evo gloves

    Furygan Must IV Evo gloves, £79.99 Time tested: 2500 miles/nine months What’s good? These gloves are a good year-round option. In the coldest of the cold days the tips of my fingers get a little...

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