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Olympia Black Cold Throttle Gloves

J&P Cycles Part Number: 114-692

Manufacturer Part Number: 437015

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Description

Description for Olympia Black Cold Throttle Gloves

• Deluxe supple drum-dyed cowhide leather palm and fingers

• Durable, textured nylon gauntlet

• Aquatex waterproof, windproof, breathable insert

• 40g thinsulate on palm and 100g thinsulate on the back of hand

• Lightweight palm insulation and lining keep your hands warm, but allow warmth from heated handlebars to pass through easily!

• Integrated flexible protective knuckles offer discreet protection

• Reflective piping for safety

• Toughtek reinforced palm and thumb patch for superior grip

• Pleated finger knuckles for added dexterity

• Thumb goggle wiper

Product Specs

Product Specs for Olympia Black Cold Throttle Gloves

Gender:
Men's
Manufacturer Part Number:
437015
Material:
Cowhide Leather/Nylon
Product Color:
Black
Seasonal Wear:
Cold Weather
Sold in Units:
Pair
Style:
Cold Throttle
Warehouse Part Number:
1002780
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 Olympia Black Cold Throttle Gloves

Overall Rating

4 out of 5 stars (based on 12 reviews)

5 stars (5)

4 stars (3)

3 stars (3)

2 stars (1)

1 star (0)

0 stars (0)

lstayner

Decent gloves. The problem is getting them on and over a jacket. the cuff is a bit tight

saslee

gloves seem to be well made, A lot of air leaks in the seems when traveling a hi-way speeds allowing the hands to get quite chilled on a 50 degree day.

robhardy

Awsome pair of gloves, rode in 30 degree weather at 60 mph and hands were not cold. I am redy for cold weather.

harley68_tn

Nice gloves, kept hands warm at 35 deg. Only problem I had was getting them on over my jacket. The cuff could be larger.

scotty211212

she's a cold type of person...she loves them!

Rick8400

Excellent value. Comfortable and warm. Gloves don't restrict dexterity excessively. I find them useful down to about 32 degrees for medium length rides w/ no windshield or fairing. Gauntlet does a good job of keeping wind out of jacket cuff.

jstratton55

you will love them

scotty211212

so far so good...cold hasn't set in yet, will update as riding continues

djwest47

Excellent product and the Thinsulate lining provides great warmth with little bulk.

gtcoup01

Keeps your hands very warm in the cold air.

Bill Clouthier

Fit is good if you follow the sizing guidlines. High Quality, can't wait to try them in a driving rainstorm.

kayak15

Not as warm as I thought they would be. Actually made a blister on my palm from the material or the seams.

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