Gloves

  • Weise Outlast Sirius women's gloves review

    04 August 2017 by Alison Silcox

    Weise Outlast Sirius women's gloves review

    I've been using these £69.99 Weise Outlast Sirius gloves for four months now and have so far covered 700 miles in them. What’s good? I have piano player’s hands, with long, slim fingers, and I found...

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  • Product review: Five HG1 WP Heated gloves

    21 July 2017 by Michael Guy

    Product review: Five HG1 WP Heated gloves

    MCNs Sports Editor, Michael Guy has been testing these Five HG1 Waterproof Heated Gloves for 18 months now and has worn them for 7000 miles. Here’s what he thinks…  What’s good? When I first...

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  • Product review: Weise Summer gloves

    09 July 2017 by Simon Brown

    Product review: Weise Summer gloves

    I tested these Weise Summer gloves (£39.99) for three weeks over 500 miles. Here's how I got on... What's good? Basic gloves, for a basic price. The feel is ok, but not amazing, and they are...

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  • Review: RST Tractech Evo-R race glove

    04 July 2017 by Joe Dick

    Review: RST Tractech Evo-R race glove

    I tested these RST Tractech Evo-R race gloves (£99.99) over four months across 2000 miles. Here's how I got on... What’s good? RST Advertise their Tractech Evo-R as their ultimate race glove.

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  • MCN readers rate their summer gloves

    15 June 2017 by MCN News

    MCN readers rate their summer gloves

    High-mileage members of our #ride5000mile Facebook group rate the kit they rely on most Knox Handroid £199 Daniel Storey Rides Triumph Tiger Used for Six years “Knox Handroids are the best...

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  • RiDE review: Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar

    10 June 2017 by RiDE reviews

    RiDE review: Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar

    Textile glove is CE marked, with a hard knuckle, leather/suede fingers and palm, with pinky and ring fingers connected. Sealed well against draughts and was totally dry. Feel is excellent but could be...

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  • RiDE review: Richa Hurricane GTX

    09 June 2017 by RiDE Reviews

    RiDE review: Richa Hurricane GTX

    These CE-marked Gore-Tex textile gloves have hard knuckle protectors, squidgy scaphoid armour and leather palms and fingers. The thin lining means good feel, at the expense of a little warmth but...

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  • RiDE review: BMW 2-in1 gloves

    08 June 2017 by RiDE reviews

    RiDE review: BMW 2-in1 gloves

    Almost identical to the Held Air n Dry gloves, bar the BMW branding and a bit less ventilation – which just knocks hot-weather performance back a fraction. If you don’t mind the BMW branding, the £36...

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  • RiDE review: Held Air n Dry gloves

    07 June 2017 by RiDE reviews

    RiDE review: Held Air n Dry gloves

    Well-armoured two-chamber textile/leather gloves are fine on cool days and great on hot days, with vents on top and a perforated palm. Totally dry, with great feel and comfort. Not the warmest...

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  • RiDE review: Tuzo Blitz gloves

    06 June 2017 by RiDE reviews

    RiDE review: Tuzo Blitz gloves

    Chunky leather glove is CE marked, with hard knuckle armour and a soft scaphoid protector. Has separate cuff and wrist straps. Passed all our waterproof tests. The tester said the liner gets sweaty...

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  • RiDE review: Furygan Quartz gloves

    05 June 2017 by RiDE reviews

    RiDE review: Furygan Quartz gloves

    This CE-approved textile glove has a hard knuckle protector, with a wrist strap to secure it and a zip to adjust the fit of the cuff. It’s comfy and feel is good. It’s waterproof and has a plush...

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  • Product review: Icon DKR gloves

    17 May 2017 by Liam Marsden

    Product review: Icon DKR gloves

    MCN Web Producer, Liam Marsden, tested these Icon DKR gloves (£50.35) over seven months across 500 miles.  Here's how he got on... What’s good? Some winter gloves can be fiddly when it comes...

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  • How good are £20 Aldi gloves?

    03 April 2017 by Adam Child

    How good are £20 Aldi gloves?

    Time tested: 100 miles What’s good? How good can a £20 glove (£19.99 to be exact) from Aldi be? As it turns out, not as bad as I was expecting. The Aldi gloves are made from real leather, have some...

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  • Product review: Held Arctic Evo

    25 March 2017 by Bruce Dunn

    Product review: Held Arctic Evo

    We tested these Held Arctic Evo gloves (£157.99) over three months, but what did we make of them?  What’s good? I wanted a pair of seriously warm and waterproof winter gloves, and in the Arctic...

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  • Rev’It! Taurus GTX gloves do the business

    14 February 2017 by Jordan Gibbons

    Rev’It! Taurus GTX gloves do the business

    Rev’It! Taurus GTX £169.99 Time tested 2500 miles What’s good? When it comes to keeping your hands warm and dry, the Taurus gloves are virtually faultless. I commute around 180 miles per day, most of...

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  • What's good about the Knox Handroid?

    31 December 2016 by Dan Sutherland

    What's good about the Knox Handroid?

    Time tested: 1700 miles/two months What’s good? The Knox Handroid is certainly a glove that looks the part. The twist-action Boa lacing closure at the wrist and exo skeleton structure along the...

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  • Rated: BMW Rallye 3 gloves

    16 November 2016 by James Archibald

    Rated: BMW Rallye 3 gloves

    Tested by: James Archibald, Web Producer Time tested: four months/3000 miles What’s good? The Rallye are a light glove designed primarily for warm weather and off-road use, and they’ve been great over...

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  • Rated: Knox Handroid gloves

    02 November 2016 by Dan Sutherland

    Rated: Knox Handroid gloves

    Tester Dan Sutherland Time tested: 1700 miles What’s good? The Knox Handroid is certainly a glove that looks the part. The twist-action Boa lacing closure at the wrist and exo skeletal structure along...

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  • Weise Romulus gloves review (£74.99)

    19 September 2016 by Simon Brown

    Weise Romulus gloves review (£74.99)

    What’s good about the Weise Romulus gloves? Decent, understated protection that won’t leave you too much out of pocket. One aspect that drew me to the Romulus gloves was that they have passed CE...

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  • Roland Sand Dezel gloves review (£80)

    15 September 2016 by Adam Child

    Roland Sand Dezel gloves review (£80)

    What’s good about the Roland Sand Dezel gloves? These retro gloves are dripping in quality and style. They not only look authentic, but feel amazing; the palms are so soft it almost feels like you’re...

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  • Product Review: Racer Stratos 2 (£139.99)

    09 August 2016 by Simon Brown

    Product Review: Racer Stratos 2 (£139.99)

    What’s good about the Racer Stratos 2 gloves? Racer have thought everything through to come up with a pair of gloves that do the job without looking flash or being packed with extraneous features.

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  • Product Review: Weise Shark gloves (£109.99)

    23 June 2016 by Tony Hoare

    Product Review: Weise Shark gloves (£109.99)

    What’s good about the Weise Shark gloves? If I could only have one pair of gloves for riding in Britain they would be like these – sporty gloves with a waterproof membrane but no thermal wadding. They...

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  • Product Review: Oxford RP-2 gloves (£49.99)

    30 May 2016 by Andy Calton

    Product Review: Oxford RP-2 gloves (£49.99)

    What’s good about the Oxford RP-2 gloves? These are a good-looking, cheap pair of sporty summer gloves. And while the price may suggest a few corners have been cut it’s actually quite hard to find...

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  • Product Review: Ducati Scrambler gloves (£45)

    26 February 2016 by Simon Brown

    Product Review: Ducati Scrambler gloves (£45)

    What’s good about the Ducati Scrambler gloves? Products with desirable product names attached often cost more than they are really worth – so these shortie gloves bearing both the ‘Ducati’ and...

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  • Product Review: Oxford RP-5 gloves (£39.99)

    26 January 2016 by James Archibald

    Product Review: Oxford RP-5 gloves (£39.99)

    What’s good about the Oxford RP-5? These gloves give a fairly decent product for not very much money. It’s hard to point at stand out features, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing - they’re a...

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