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Verified Customer Reviews for Thermal Motorcycle Gloves
Really impressed with these so far, it's got a furry lining making it warm and so soft on the inside. The gloves are nice and supple and fit my hand really well, the straps are secure too - especially given I've got quite slender wrists. Like the design a lot - well made. Haven't tried them in poor weather yet but feel they'd see me well
Good quality, great price. Not worn in cold weather yet but they feel like they will be up to the job
I've had these before and they are great at keeping your hands warm. Just go up a size I usually wear large but I XL fits me better with these.
Quality gloves and nice fit. Plenty of room for thumb movement (some gloves pull on your thumb and skin between forefinger) Gloves are warm but not tested in the really cold weather yet. Kept hands dry in showers but again not tested in really bad weather which is the reason why i can only give them 4 stars at present but no reason to think they are not 5 star.
First time putting my hands in these I thought they were going to be too hot and too tight but after wearing them twice they fit perfectly and aren't too hot.
8°C in a Scottish autumn run and I started to feel a wee bit cold but not as cold as I would be in my leather gloves. I was able to operate the controls and my fingers weren't numb when I stopped.
Overall the gloves are really good and will serve their purpose for what I need them for.
I gave 4 stars as they are really good but the liner inside wants to come out when you remove your hand from the glove when it's a wee bit warmer. Not sure if all of the all season gloves do this.