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    Biltwells are good, but no padding in the palm. I've had mine for a year now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chopshop View Post
    there's something to be said about a gauntlet that goes over your jacket.
    Yes, there is, when it gets in the 30's or 20's (I know, I'm a wimp) keeping the cool air from blowing up the sleeves is nice.

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    For below 40 I wear some old issue GoreTex flight gloves. Real cold I put brown jersey knit gloves from the gas station under those with my sleeves tucked inside. Works awesome and no drafts up the sleeves. In the summer I wear Mechanix impact gloves my work gave me.
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    icon pursuit stealth gloves. they are a bit pricey. but protective and from right out of the box two years ago till now probably at least 15k miles on them the feel like a new pair of socks. they even still look like new. i will not ride without them at any temp over freezing. if you can splurge, they will end up costing the same as all of the cheapies you buy over the years, except they will be comfortable and protect your hands.


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    I got mine from wal mart in the garden section, they hold up pretty well. I had some biltwell gloves, but i dropped em on my front header pipe without noticing, and they melted into a little black puddle in ten seconds. Goatskin leather gloves from walmart, 8 bucks.

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    I tend to get gloves with knuckle armor but that's my personal preference. I found some Mechanix gloves with knuckle armor that I wear during the summer months...but they don't offer any padding on the palm.
    During the spring and fall, I like these: http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...el-Gloves.aspx.

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    Been using Loser Machine gloves since sept, so far really happy.

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    I used to have the rancher gloves but felt they would be too thin if I went down. A friend of mine recommended these From B Bar B and I have to say they are the best fitting leather gloves I ever tried on. These were for summer and I wanted short on the cuff type gloves. These just were perfect.



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    I like the reviews for the pursuit gloves, my hands always get cold when i ride so im deffinetly getting those

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    What material protects the knuckles in the pursuit gloves?

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    Ive read plastic to some form of hard cardboard lol I like the simpler look of them I just wear Mechanics Mpact gloves.

    when I ride even when its cold and raining I never get cold just my hards are freezing

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    These will fuck people up.
    http://budk.com/Apparel/Leather-Sap-Gloves?

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    I buy the PBR(Professional Bull Riders) gloves at the local farm store....They last thru about anything..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aephilli View Post
    Yes, there is, when it gets in the 30's or 20's (I know, I'm a wimp) keeping the cool air from blowing up the sleeves is nice.
    Complaining about freezing temperatures is so incredibly wimpy

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    ordered a pair of Loser Machine Death Grip gloves in brown. review once i ride with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carman34L View Post
    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/

    Picked up a pair of these. Good call, real comfortable and good price.

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    Had a credit at the dealership and it turns out they sell Loser Machine gloves there. Picked up a pair and they seem decent. Would be nicer if they had a cushion for the palm but overall they are good. Leather feels nice and soft and the size is right on. They are comparable to any other 40.00 pair of decent leather gloves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cramerica View Post
    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.

    When you go down you will not always hit your head..but you'll almost always hit your hands on
    the ground. I say plan ahead with gloves that are built for it.[ SIZE="3"][/SIZE]

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    I use Army Surplus black leather gloves with wool liners for most of my riding. On warmer days you can ride without the liners. I rarely need more than that but if it's really nasty I wear my welding gloves with the surplus wool liners.

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