Waterproof, breathable liner. Velcro gauntlet closure. 3M Scotchlite reflective piping and TourMaster logo. Heavy-duty nylon construction. Waterproof leather palm and thumb. Elasticized wrist band. Fully insulated for optimum warmth.Don't know your size? Click here to see our glove sizing chart.
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Comments about Tour Master Cold-Tex Motorcycle Gloves 2006:
these work great in the rain, but if it is cold out, my finger tips are freezing in 45 degree weather.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
These gloves rock hard
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I bought these gloves about 2 weeks ago. These things are hand savers. I needed cold weather gloves because my hands were getting frozen on morning commutes to college and I didn't exactly have alot of money. I saw these and decided to give them a try. After they came in they were worth every dollar, in fact i would say they are suspiciously cheap for the quality your getting. The sizing chart is spot on & the insulation is magnificently soft.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great gloves for the price
from Torrance, CA
Gloves are incredibly warm. Almost too warm :) Wonderfull for any cold weather riding; 4 wheeler, snowmobile, dirtbike, etc. The only downside to these gloves are that the inner lining starts to come out with your fingers a bit when removing them. This can be overcome by creating a firm grip at the fingertips making sure to pinch some of the inner lining so it doesn't stay with the fingers and thumb. All in all for the great price that bike bandit offers you cant beat these gloves for a cold ride. Never a need to waste money on heated gloves when you have these.I have used them in a light rain and the repel the water very well. Buy these if you ever plan on long rides in temps around 50 or below. I have short fingers for a guy but are somewhat thick. A medium fits me good and snug. If your inbetween sizes usually definitely go the size up.
great deal and quality
By leprecaun jon
i use these for my winter gear in Virginia at temps below 40 degrees you start to feel the chill a little while on the move and the lining is weird until you get used to them but overall they are a great buy if you cant get heated gear..yet.
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