Supple, all-leather construction. Waterproof, breathable and windproof Hipora glove insert. River Road motorcycle street glove has Thinsulate insulation for warmth. Rubber shield wiper on left glove. Zippered gauntlet closure.
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Feels too small
Feels true to size
89% (8 reviews)
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Comments about River Road Taos Cold Weather Leather Motorcycle Gloves:
perfect for cool to cold weather. very supple, excellent simple style, good side zipper, equally functional velcro cinch on back, fit is true to size, inner lining does shift a bit but not too bad, not bulky - just what you'd expect for a cool weather glove. nice flaired cuff that goes over sleeve at wrist, this is a great pair of gloves for the $$ - have ridden highway and mountain roads in the low 40's to mid 30's with only slightly feeling the cold - about the best you could expect unless you had thick, bulky gloves.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Warm in the cold
from Northeastern Kansas
I have been using these on a 15-minute commute to work. At 14 degrees, my fingertips only are cold. At about 45 degrees, my hands sweat. In the low 30s, my hands feel fine. Size seems to be true. Luckily I haven't had to use the squeegee yet.
Nice Gloves - I like 'em
from Cincinnati, OH
Gloves are softer, more supple than I expected. Warm enough, at least in the 40's & 50's that I normally ride in during the spring & fall. Haven't tried them below 40 yet, nor in the rain.Inside liner does move around a bit inside the leather shell - at first I was thinking that was going to cause me an issue (like blistering, it hasn't) but now I've gotten used to that. Good value for the price. They look nice, too.
good for the price
from Washington, DC
I don't think these are the best made gloves, but they do keep my hands reasonably warm. I wear them on my daily commute, which is often in below-freezing weather and/or rain. My fingertips do get cold, but not as cold as they got before, when they would lose all feeling and color -- so the gloves are clearly doing their job! The little helmet screen rain wiper thing is useless, but not particularly in the way. And the gloves keep my hands dry in the rain.
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