Bought a pair of Teknic super vent gloves ready for the summer last month. After a few wears they started to come apart at the seams, on the left hand at the cuff. So I took them back to the shop where I bought them with receipt and told that I should have bought mens gloves as they are a different shape (to suit a ladies smaller slender hands) and that the gloves coming apart was from me shoving my manly mitts into them which they are not designed for despite the fact that they fit near perfectly. I argued that the sales person had opened the packet and given the gloves (among others) for myself to try on before purchase. The shop said that their staff are trained not to sell ladies gear to guys and vice versa and the salesperson I dealt with was (guess what) no longer working there. The shop would not swap the gloves themselves and told me to go to the distributors who happily swapped the gloves for a mens size. The mens glove does fit differently, having more room around the cuff for bigger wrists and slightly longer fingers which makes them a poorer fit on my hands than the ladies version did. Afterwards I checked the other two pairs of gloves I own and lo and behold, my dririder nordics are also marked ladies and which I bought at another shop and again, given to myself by store staff to try on. I dunno what the truth is, whether there is a real warranty issue with men wearing ladies gear with the manufacturers or this shop just trying to dodge swapping the gloves which I hope is not the case given this is a well known Honda dealer! So has anybody else run into this scenario? Bought opposite gender gloves and had issues with warranty or salespeople telling you you should be buying same sex labelled gear? ...also got me a bit worried that ladies large sized gloves fit me better than mans meduim does! Don't tell the wife otherwise I'll be doing the dishes with my "ladies" hands!!!