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Using your right hand, place a tape measure under your palm and measure from the knuckle of your forefinger to the knuckle of your pinkie finger. Note the measurement and compare it to the chart below.
|2 1/8 - 2 5/8"||X-Small||7|
|2 5/8 - 3"||Small||8|
|3 - 3 1/2"||Medium||9|
|3 1/2 - 4 "||Large||10|
|4 - 4 1/2"||X-Large||11|
|4 1/2 - 5 "||XXL||12|
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. Please use this chart as a general guide only.
Good quality, very good gloves, very warm. Have not been in rain yet, but expect excellent results in rain as well.
Size is larger than "small", do not fit.
gloves very comfortable I just ordered the wrong size. still waiting for return confirmation
Good to keep your saddle bag items dry. Fits a 14" by 10" tall bag well.
I use these gloves for weather below 45 deg F. Keeps fingers warm down to about 35 deg F. Wind will still can be a problem it colder than 35 deg. Gloves are a bit thick for my taste but until I find a better glove for cold weather I will wear them.
works well in cold weather
Gloves fit nicely, keep my hands warm in temperatures of 25 degrees and up. I don't plan to ride in temps lower than this. I am planning to order a pair for my wife as she gets cold at 50-55 degrees. We rode in rain at 55- 60 degrees in September and she got to wear mine!
Good gloves but are sized a little small.
Advertised with inserts, which you might think are removable - they are not. Moderate warmth.
Nice Insulation, great fit!
The gloves are very comfortable and wear nicely, however they do not keep my hands as warm as I had hoped. They are more of an autumn or spring glove than winter.
Very good gloves for riding from 45 and above weather..
Avg. The innner liner kinda bunches up when you put your hands in. Warmth is ok around 40 degrees, anything colder and you're in trouble.
The next best thing if you can't afford heated gloves! Not to bulky, and they keep your hands warm.
One of the best pair of gloves I purchase for riding in cold weather.
Comfortable glove. Good fit. A lot less expensive than similar glove @ HD. Haven't tried the wiper yet, but it appears to that it will be quite functional.
EXECLENT fit.! supple leather.everything you expect from a thinsulate product. OH! and the fingure wiper is an unexpected bonus,,,2 thumbs up!!!
Great gloves. Have ridden in 35 degree weather and my hands were warm. Only fingertips a little cold. My Harley riding group says my River Roads are better that the $100 Harley equivalents.
Warm & toasty!
great wrmth without much lose of dexterity
Don't know about Taos but these are good for a rainy autumn in Chicago.
I bought these to replace a pair of bulky gloves for some of the colder weather, 20 - 30 F, that I ride in. These gloves are more comfortable and thinner than the ones I had hoped to replace, but they cannot keep out the cold at those temperatures. My daily commute is approx. 30-40 minutes one way and in temperatures below freezing, these gloves just can't hang. I am back to my heavier weight gloves and will wear these when the mercury rises to around 40F.
GREAT COOL WEATHER GLOVES,GOOD DOWN TO ABOUT 40.COULD USE A BIT LONGER CUFF TO KEEP YOUR JACKET TUCKED IN
My fingers still get a little cold but the gloves are decent quality.
These gloves work well.
Good quality gloves,excellent stitching . Very warm exactly gloves.
I flat out love these gloves and would not trade them for anything.
Best mid range gloves I've ever had. These are replacement ones since the first pair lasted 8 years and over 90k miles of riding in all weather conditions. Not so good when temps get below 20.
Great as a cold weather riding glove. Excellent value. Glove has a pleather look about it, but the performance and value out weigh that. Definetly will reccomend this product.
Great fit and warm!
Awesome, extreme cold weather gloves. I don't get to use them much in the South but I've NEVER had chilly digits since I bought them 2 years ago.
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