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Comments about Cortech DX 2 Motorcycle Gloves:
I use the product for riding my can-am. The gloves are very comfortable . I really like them. I have not problems with the item.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Motorcycle Monkey
from Hickory, NC
I bought these gloves on a whim one summer when my leather gloves were getting to hot for me. The fit is great for me so the sizing chart is a good measure. The thin material is great for riding in the heat and gives you great dexterity for feeling your controls but offers little protection from rogue rocks or the occasional suicidal bug. The palms are also thin which adds to the breathability but takes away from the palm comfort when riding for more than 30 minutes or so. Overall, I'd say these gloves are worth the money if you are just looking for something to give your hands a little protection during the quick trip to the grocery store and back. However, I would not recommend these for long distance or competitive riders.
GOOD QUALITY . BARGAIN
from san pedro ca.
I use mine on my street bike they work great
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By billy the kid
from Boston, MA
I use these gloves whenever I ride whether it is in the summer, winter, spring, or fall. Not really meant for the winter or when its colder but I still use them. They are lightweight and pretty comfortable when you grip your bars. They are meant for adventure riding and to be sporty type gloves. They stretch and you can get a good range of motion with them. They breathe really well and if its hot outside you will be glad you picked them since they will keep your hands cool and you will get some airflow through. Not the best glove but you get what you pay for. If you are going to buy these make sure you get a size larger because they are undersized somewhat.