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Held Sereena Women’s Gloves

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Held’s new Sereena women’s glove offers premium comfort, tactility and protection to female riders. Its goatskin construction is flexible and abrasion-resistant, and the leather is doubled up and underlaid with Schoeller Keprotec, a high-tech fabric engineered for racing, in key abrasion zones. SAS-TEC knuckle reinforcements round out the protection package. A comfortable Outlast liner and stretch fabric panels offer a ...

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Racer Dynamic II Motorcycle Gloves Review

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Even though crashing when it’s cold is probably going to hurt just as much as when it’s hot, most cold-weather gloves go for bulk over protection. You get a leather palm here and there, maybe, but that’s not going to help a lot if you punch the pavement. For serious hand protection you need more sporty gloves, but few of ...

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Fly Racing Ignitor Gloves Review

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Winter is just another riding season here in Oregon, thanks mainly to snow-free weather and heated riding gear. But although I love heated gear, I’m not so fond of all the wires, especially the ones I have to thread through the sleeves of my jacket to power heated gloves. Now there’s a way to go wireless with heated gloves—the Ignitors from Fly Racing. The ...

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Dual-Purpose Glove Liners

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Packing for a tour a couple years back, I tossed in my Elkskin Ropers from RiderWearhouse for normal temps and the warm, waterproof Macna Borax for the worst weather. An obvious comfort gap between the two pair gave me pause. I tried to ignore it, and almost threw in a pair of intermediate gloves to fill the breach. Trying to ...

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Held Air n Dry Gloves Review

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In many of the best riding areas, “summer” doesn’t always mean dry and sunny all of the time. In California, for example, it’s possible to ride from 90-plus F temperatures in the Central Valley into misty, 65-degree weather on the coast in less than an hour. The Southeast, Midwest and Alps in Europe can also experience very changeable weather in ...

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Racer Limes Gloves Review

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First things first. The name of these gloves, Limes, is pronounced lee-mas, not like the fruit. And second, yes, they also come in black only. Even though the white-black color scheme is a bit flashy for me, sliding the Racer Limes gloves onto my hands makes me forget all about such vanity. Racer Gloves USA’s website says the Limes run ...

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Qwi Nerve Protector Motorcycle Gloves Review

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Most motorcyclists have, at random times and for unexplained reasons, experienced periods of hand numbness while riding. We usually shake it out and carry on. This product is designed to alleviate the tingling that can disrupt and bring an early end to an otherwise enjoyable riding day. Having spent time in hundreds of manufacturing plants around the globe, I’ve seen ...

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Alpinestars Apex Drystar Gloves Review

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Winter is upon us, and if we all survive today’s Mayan-predicted apocalypse, we’ve got three long months of cold weather ahead of us. Some of you may think Southern California doesn’t get cold, but with lots of mountains in the area, even if the weather is mild near sea level it can get really nasty at higher elevations. On a ...

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Held Warm n Dry Gore-Tex Gloves

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Blame an unpredictable El Niño, an upsurge in solar sunspot activity or Mother Nature’s ingestion of too many trans fats, but weather around here has been anything but normal. Not so good for underequipped tailgaters or trail hikers, but great for an evaluation of a product called Warm n Dry. In America, gloves lagged other articles of riding gear in ...

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Qwi Nerve Protection Motorcycle Gloves

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Review by Reg Kittrelle [This Qwi Nerve Protection Motorcycle Gloves Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] If you’ve experienced a tingling sensation or numbness in your hands while riding, the odds are you have pinched either the median or ulnar nerve, both of which run through your wrists and into your hands. Briefly, the median nerve gives sensation ...

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