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J&P Cycles® Thinsulate and Enprotex Waterproof Gloves

J&P Cycles Part Number: 114-349

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Description

Description for 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

Product Specs

Product Specs for J&P Cycles® Thinsulate and Enprotex Waterproof Gloves

Apparel Material:
Textile
Closure Type:
Elastic
Gender:
Men's, Women's
Graphic Name:
Gauntlet-Style
Heated:
Non-heated
Lining:
Enprotex
Material:
Thinsulate
Product Color:
Black
Seasonal Wear:
Cold Weather, Warm Weather
Sold in Units:
Pair
Warehouse Part Number:
1007864
Waterproof:
Waterproof
Sizing

General Glove Size Chart

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.

Palm Measurement Alpha Size Numeric Size
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
Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews for J&P Cycles® Thinsulate and Enprotex Waterproof Gloves

Overall Rating

4 out of 5 stars (based on 40 reviews)

5 stars (15)

4 stars (15)

3 stars (6)

2 stars (4)

1 star (0)

0 stars (0)

debbie.nunez

good gloves but they were too big.It is hard to try to purchase womens gloves on line.

emtbuck

Great value. Not best glove I've had but by far best $20 glove I've had.

saslee

keep hands dry and warm at 35 degrees and up

firefighter2007

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

COULD USE MORE GRIP IN THE PALM.

joker relentless

I wore these for 1,500 miles through Alaska, including up the Dalton HWY into the Arctic Circle, and they kept my hands warm and dry the entire time. If I ever have to purchase another gloves of this type, these will be what I buy again.

hetsekr

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

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

Works very well in rain. Also very warm.

Bulldodge

Wow Warm and easy to use. Can hold on and still have dexterity.

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