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    http://www.jaminleather.com/Premium-...love-P470.aspx

    I use these cheapos in the winter, keeps the cool air from going up the jacket sleeves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madav8tr View Post
    The first lesson Ed Bargy taught us in race school was about the importance of wearing good gloves........you can't feed yourself or wipe your ass without your hands so wear good gloves. I typically wear gloves from the roadrace world and for the past 3 years I have been very happy with my Alpinestars Supermoto Octane gloves. In black they are fairly subdued style wise but still offer tons of protection and they fit so well that I don't need to remove them to work on the bike, put my lid on or even fire a handgun.
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    I use the same set of A-stars....they've lasted me 2 + years and several bikes....

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    Yeah, all these gloves look awesome, I think I will just go with generic leather ones you can pick uP at the local hardware store! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajones View Post
    Yeah, all these gloves look awesome, I think I will just go with generic leather ones you can pick uP at the local hardware store! Thanks!

    when I was more cold than worried about fashion () I wore the long welder's gloves too

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    Quote Originally Posted by cros36 View Post
    did your boyfriend help you put them on?




    Anyways I dig my Tillmans, six bucks at the local welding shop.

    http://jtillman.com/products/gloves/winter/1450/

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingDutchMan View Post



    Anyways I dig my Tillmans, six bucks at the local welding shop.

    http://jtillman.com/products/gloves/winter/1450/
    stepping out swinging, i like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by aephilli View Post
    when I was more cold than worried about fashion () I wore the long welder's gloves too
    Actually thinking about going back to the welders gauntlets, cause they are warmer than the purty 'uns.

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    i bought a pair of insulated gloves from leatherup.com. they were like 13 bucks shipped (i had a 10% coupon, and i've got another one if you want it...pm me). they're okay. i think they're deerskin leather with the zipper pouch that contains the cover for rain. i wanted something warmer than mechanics gloves. if there's no snow, i'll ride. not everyday, but maybe once a week. it's usually in the upper 20's when i leave in the morning. the gloves are decent. i don't hit the interstate. just city streets kinda stuff. mine have a tear on one of the fingers, but i stitched it up. they'll do for now. they'll be strictly for winter days.

    i'd love to have the alpine star gloves mentioned earlier. i love 'em. i just have a hard time spending that much on gloves. i know, i know, the wiping your ass statement is true, but i figure if i get that messed up, maybe they'll just give me a colostomy bag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madav8tr View Post
    The first lesson Ed Bargy taught us in race school was about the importance of wearing good gloves........you can't feed yourself or wipe your ass without your hands so wear good gloves. I typically wear gloves from the roadrace world and for the past 3 years I have been very happy with my Alpinestars Supermoto Octane gloves. In black they are fairly subdued style wise but still offer tons of protection and they fit so well that I don't need to remove them to work on the bike, put my lid on or even fire a handgun.
    I agree with these.

    They don't follow the trend of the "working man's brown leather glove look at me I change my own oil with my gloves so I can get a more ratty look going" but they perform way better.

    I've owned and raced sportbikes in the past and when it comes to gear, those brands are second to none.

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    I bought a pair of these on clearance and they rock. I spent like $15.00 on mine. Nice heavy duty gloves and since they make em for the fire dept, thay are pretty comfy too.

    Some of em even have reflective stuff on em so that the people behing you can see your "turn signal"


    http://www.ringersgloves.com

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    I just use Mechanix gloves. They seem to work just fine. Although, there's something to be said about a gauntlet that goes over your jacket.

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    I wear the yellow deerskin gloves,$10 does the trick,although I have just ordered the loser machine death grip gloves,im guessing the same deerskin but black and a bit more flash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badmojo View Post
    I wear the yellow deerskin gloves,$10 does the trick,although I have just ordered the loser machine death grip gloves,im guessing the same deerskin but black and a bit more flash!
    I've noticed a lot of the guys at bike night every week wear the deerskin, thanks for the info I'm in need of some gloves but would rather not sport yellow.

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    I wear these when I want to feel like a fucking hipster-bitch-boy:


    And I wear these when I want to feel like a man:



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    11.99 at tractor supply. Nice gloves and feel great!

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    I rock Fox Polarpaw. Keeps your hands warm in 40 degree weather. Which is the worst weather we get here.

    I have some crazy kangaroo skin gloves I bought from a Cabelas just to have something with kangaroo skin on it. They're way too thick though. I don't know how you guys rock thick leather gloves.

    I need something more tactile.


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    I wear Tillman 864L.

    For $15.00 you cannot get a better glove. My local Welding supply store has them.

    http://jtillman.com/products/gloves/drivers/864/


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    They got these back in stock, but I cant justify 40.00+8.00 shipping for them. They look good but I'll just keep the worn out HD ones i have had for a years. I would rather function over fashion.



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    Once I got a pair of gloves with external seams I never went back. These deerskin Tour Masters are great, the deerskin is way more comfortable and gives better control than cowhide, and the external seams don't cut into your hand under your grip.
    http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...in-Gloves.aspx

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    The Biltwell gloves are nice...............
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