J&P Cycles® Thinsulate and Enprotex Waterproof Gloves
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J&P Cycles® Thinsulate and Enprotex Waterproof Gloves• These ballistic nylon gloves feature Thinsulate and Enprotex lining• Neoprene grip patches• Inside Velcro straps to seal in heat Rain wiper on the thumb• Gloves also feature lycra in between fingers to provide additional strength
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email@example.com Posted :
good gloves but they were too big.It is hard to try to purchase womens gloves on line.
firstname.lastname@example.org Posted :
Great value. Not best glove I've had but by far best $20 glove I've had.
saslee Posted :
keep hands dry and warm at 35 degrees and up
firefighter2007 Posted :
I bought these rain gloves for a 2000 mi. trip. The first day, it rained so I took out my new gloves. Suprise, no thumb on the inside. I was not too happy as it was pouring and I had 200 mi. to go that day. So I took a knife and cut the glove open so I could get it on. It was kind of funny at the time, so I finished my 2000 mi. trip with only a day and a half of rain and returned home. I called J&P Cycles and explained to the very nice sales rep. She was able to send me a replacement with all the thumb slots intact. By the way, the gloves were great and kept my hands warm and dry even with the inside lining cut. It's a good product for the price and J&P Cycles was great.
GYPSYRD Posted :
COULD USE MORE GRIP IN THE PALM.
hetsekr Posted :
These are like snow boarding gloves. Insulation seems to be about right for mild weather in California winter. Not too much bulk. Worn only in light rain and worked fine, but might soak through in prolonged or heavy rain. No real impact or abrasion protection in case of fall. Ok for the price.
csgilmore98 Posted :
I assumed these were going to be snowmobile gloves (thick and hard to manage). But they are made thinner and not bulky which is great for riding, and they do still have some insulation. Excellent product.
ringwraith1 Posted :
Works very well in rain. Also very warm.
Bulldodge Posted :
Wow Warm and easy to use. Can hold on and still have dexterity.
Wolfraven5 Posted :
Good gloves for wet weather.
berbj003 Posted :
Great gloves, extra wrist inners to give additional water proofing.
kennonwhaley Posted :
MARC ANDERSON Posted :
Not waterproof! Kept my hands nice and warm but in the rain hands got wet which made it difficult to remove and put back on.
jukebox1118 Posted :
Good gloves, at a great price! Haven't been in the rain yet, but good for the cold, good fit, and I love the neoprene wrist under the bell!
palmgouge56 Posted :
Used frequently over the past year and a half. Just starting to show wear. I ride in nearly all weather but try to dry everything after wet rides. These are a good value. I may replace them after 2013 season. (I'm not easy on equipment).
bburke Posted :
These are not for warm weather rain riding ...more for a snowmobile or ATV. They will work well in the cooler months but they are too much for the warmer months.
eharris5128 Posted :
The gloves are comfortable and water proof and easy to slide on. I recommend these gloves for cool, but not cold, weather and rain.
kevinem49 Posted :
very comfy and warm.
chewy59fl Posted :
Poor stitching on Velcro and edging. Had to re-sew only after a few times worn.
cdorlandi Posted :
Excellent protection, but difficult to hold anything that doesn't require a full fist.
josephwb Posted :
Not waterproof in the Florida rain, but does help.
longriderx Posted :
These are good gloves for the price. They do have some drawbacks as the material in the palms is not "grippy" and they are pretty tight in the wrist to put on. Comfortable for me in the 40s-70 temp range and they kept me dry.
gee23yankee Posted :
nanarex3 Posted :
These gloves are really great.
rochansen Posted :
raskal Posted :
good fit and they are water proof
Justinkelley@verizon.net Posted :
Gloves were labeled as XXL but were no where near that size. More like large. Liner was poorly attached to outer shell.
cds97370 Posted :
The Goretex shell is well designed, but sizes are way small, my XXL has very short fingers. Also, liner is not removable, I had to significantly modify these gloves to be able to dry them overnight.
labrat1950 Posted :
Size was a bit tight but will break in.
tedmoreillon Posted :
needs a soft tacky rubber grip for slick wet days
tslats54 Posted :
Haven't really had the chance to use them but the gloves are very comfortable, they fit well and seem to be made very well. Definitely worth the price.
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