RST Titanium Outlast Waterproof gloves review
These gloves are out of this world. Their temperature-regulating Outlast lining which helps keep things warm or cool depending on conditions was originally developed for NASA space suits.
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Meanwhile, a hybrid outer of leather and stretch fabric with carbon knuckles offers plenty of protection. There’s grippy material on the palm and a zipped touring cuff with Velcro adjustment.
The glove is aimed at year-round riding although on those really hot days you might want to opt for a shorty or thin leather glove as the lining can become damp. The Hipora waterproof membrane does its job brilliantly and I’ve ridden hundreds of miles with no water seeping through.
They’re only slightly thicker than regular sports gloves and yet offer the weather and temperature protection without the high price.
- Tested for 7000 miles over eight months
- Price - £79.99
- Quality – 4 stars
- Value – 4stars