Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 8
Rated 3 out of 5 by Krux Great Fit, Needs to Be More Durible
After reviewing a number of winter weather gloves that come in textile, I settled on these mid last winter, as this glove did not feel like one of those 90's bulky ski gloves and I like to feel my bike through my gloves. I have had a pretty good experience with the glove in a very wet, 30-55 degree region.
This year as the weather turns to a more brisk morning and evening; I pulled the gloves out and noticed the elastic pull string at the end of the gauntlet was hanging out of the glove, the sowing that maintained the pull string to the gauntlet had simply fallen apart, a shame.
Overall a decent pair of gloves, but a bit pricy for the durability and the liner issue is something that should have been resolved already.
October 6, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Hogdriver These gloves are useless
These are without doubt the most useless gloves I have ever owned. Harley should be ashamed to put their name on them. First, they are NOT waterproof. Secondly, once you use them in the rain and take them off, you cannot get your fingers back in them as the liner pulls out with your hand. Don't buy these, they are totally useless.
September 28, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sportsterman Outside glove great; inside glove liner sucks.
I bought these gloves to wear in the rain which was fine until I took them off with my hands sweaty. I could not get them back on to save my life. It's as if they made these gloves and no one thought to try them on or wear them in the rain. Who does that? The inner liner is not attached and once I pulled it out, there is no way in the world I was going to get my hands back in them. Here's what I did: cut the inner liner off around the stitch line and get a pair of Under Armour glove liners to put on first, then the rain gloves. Problem solved.
April 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by jwgoad693 Great gloves
Just got these gloves today. They fit great and very comfortable.. Was riding on the interstate today, with the temp at 60 or a little lower. Felt absolutely no wind or cold on my hands. Just have to be careful removing them, so you don't pull the liner out. As long as you do that, there is no problem getting them back on.
October 26, 2015