Drum dyed leather outer. Double leather riveted palm. Molded knuckle protector. High-density finger pads. Hook and loop wrist strap.
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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Feels too small
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from Vancouver, BC
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Comments about Power Trip Grand National Gloves:
I've used these gloves for a few years and I think that I will buy a second pair soon. They are well made and made with quality materials. The only problems I have had with them so far is that I wore a hole in the thumb on my signla light switch and the cuff on one glove tore a little afer a couple of years while pulling them on. Both minor fixes at home. On longer rides you will notice the rivets make your palms a bit sore, but not enough to not buy the gloves. Plus those rivets will help when you need them!Order one size larger than based on the fitment guidelines.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great Glove....will buy again and again
By Jimmy C
I have had these gloves for at least 3 Seasons and they are still holding up....At this point I am going to buy another pair..The palms are a little worn, rivets missing some paint but these gloves otherwise have held up great.I find for the protection they offer and for the price you can't beat it. These gloves have broken in to my hands really well and they are very comfortable...I wouldn't ride without them. They have worked out well for the cold riding mid to upper 40's to 80 deg days.....excellent product keep up the good work!!!
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great gloves 10 out of 10
from kissimmee, florida
i was deciding weather to get some expensive alpinestars but then i decided to try these instead, i liked how they looked, not expensive either. so i tried them. when i got the i wore them the first day. the first day you wear them theyll feel wierd and like their too big but after the first ride or second theyll start to gain form to your hand and feel like theyve been broken in for you. they have real good grip and keep your hands decently cool in the florida heat where in from. overall it is a great glove.
I'm picky with gloves and i likes these
So I went all over trying gloves on and didn't find any worth the $50 and up they were asking that I felt would be good for day to day riding. I think these were the best combo of protection and comfort, and the price destroys anything else I looked at.Between the cowhide leather (not goat or sheepskin) and the metal riveted palm I feel pretty well covered. In addition I ran for 6hrs yesterday, in full sun(got my first in helmet sunburn), and high humidity(>90%), and my hands were comfortable the whole time. They did take a lil to break in but are now awesome.The only irritation I had was extra material at the seam at the end of the fingers, as with most gloves, but if you get in the habit of tucking it down when you first put the gloves on, they will stay down after the first few wears.
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