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  • Another on the cheap summer glove.

    Purchased these from Sierra Trading Post on-line. I am on their email list and they constantly bombard you with 'special offers'... ie: free shipping or 99cents. 50 % off, etc , etc. I think I purchased for $7 - $8 this spring and have worn over last 5 months or so. Warm weather glove in the normal safety green (color looks little off in this picture). Size may run a little small, I am six', 200+ and normal man hands..... I like the the XXL. Originally ordered the XL and liked them,especially for the price. Went back and got half dozen pairs of XXL for me and couple more for cycle buddies. People I ride with have repeatedly commented on how that green pops visually. CARHARTT... 'The Fixer Glove' ......

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    Those are similar to what I have.

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      I'm loving my Roland Sands Barfly gloves: http://www.rolandsands.com/products/BARFLY-GLOVE-SAND

      Not cheap, but c'mon, look at these beautiful puppies. Comfortable and grippy too.

      George - 2013 F6B Standard - Largo, FL

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        Not the cheapest but very nice. Had these for a couple years and love them. http://gpbikes.com/held-emotion-glove.html
        2013 Black F6B

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          What are you guys using for a summer glove in the rain? I have 10 pairs of gloves, but nothing i like in summer rain.

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            In summer rain, I wear no gloves at all. Not good, but a couple of times over the years I have had gloves get wet "grab" the throttle in a turn and give me close to a heart attack.
            2007 Crucible Orange Metallic
            2009 Kawasaki Red Concours 14
            AMA Life Member 0672853
            IBA Member 8846 Premier
            NRA Life Member

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              The best gloves I've found for summer and moderate cold weather riding are ordinary elkskin or deerskin rancher's gloves purchased at farm stores or hardware stores. They are very comfortable and durable for all but extreme cold weather riding. Aerostich sells about six or eight different styles insulated or non-insulated and the Aerostich "double digit" rain covers can be easily stored and pulled over ordinary riding gloves when it rains.
              Harvey Barlow
              Crosby County, TX
              2010 Goldwing Level II Pearl Yellow (sold at 93,000 miles)
              2014 Goldwing Level II Pearl Blue (sold at 27,000 miles to forum member)

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                I have some CARHARTT gear. Very good quality and good pricing. .
                GL1800 8A - TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER 900

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                  It'll sound silly but some of the more comfortable cheap gloves that I've purchased make my nose itch. I'll forget about it and be riding along, rub my nose and get my nose itching something fierce. I figure it's somehow related to my allergies, but my more expensive Gore Windstopper gloves don't do it.
                  2008 Red GW1800 -- NRA Life Member - American Legion PUFL, American Legion Riders
                  USMC 21 YRS/9 MO and when dead, a dead Marine.
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                  50th State ridden on 19 Aug, 2016 DS #1584

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                    I think you can get cheaper riding gear and apparel by shopping at sporting good stores and home depots kind of stores
                    . my winter riding pants are for snow skiing nothing on it has a motorcycle emblem so they are cheaper and most of the time better quality

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