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Who has the best range of gloves?

Discussion in 'Riding Gear and Bike Accessories/Parts' at netrider.net.au started by Piercing Pete, Aug 25, 2007.

  1. I really need some new gloves but demand they fit right and be comfortable.
    So I cant really order from OS.
    So who does have the best range???


     
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  2. LMAO @ Joel. :LOL:


    I'm not sure whether you're taking the piss Pete. In some respects this is a holden vs ford type question.

    At face value you only have one choice mate, an MC shop crawl. Out you go mate!


    In gloves, generally price equates to quality.

    I'm a fan of Alpinestars but not of their prices. They make a great specced glove commensurate with their price and the section of the market they're aimed at - i.e., the top end, right next to Dainese. Occasionaly you can find a lemon so look close.


    There are plenty of mid range brands... all pretty good. Depends what you want.


    My "old favourite comfy faded pair of jeans gloves" are a battered up pair of AGVsports - the best fitting gloves I've ever owned, but their quality sucks! The price was $30!!! LOL. Meh.
     
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  3. I will give the Ansell ones a miss they are shit and the ones I have at work are much better.

    I was hoping to avoid the shop crawl but I guess that will be the next outting now :(

    Thanks
     
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  4. Not really answering your question, but, I got some Dainese GUANTI TRACKERS D-Dry gloves. They are very comfy and warm but the stitching holding the velcro on is coming undone. Bit shite if you ask me...
     
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  5. Go check out Bikemart in ringwood.. NR discount also available there too.. :grin:
     
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  6. I love my Spidi's. A bit pricy but they've saved my hands from gravel rash before. Very comfy as well.
     
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  7. Really depends on what fits right and feels good to you.
    I wear the A* for thier fit on my hand, for summer gloves and have a pair of Dririders as well for winter as they arent quite as thick as the A*.

    Get out there mate and give it your best Michael Jackson impersenation :LOL:
     
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  8. i got some waterproff rs4 colins gloves off ebay and they fit a treat and arnt to thick
     
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