The Held Warm N Dry Glove is the choice for cold and wet weather riding. With Superfabric, reinforced knuckles,and high quality leather these comfortable gloves do not compromise protection! The Warm N Dry Gloves also work great with heated grips! The palm is thin enough to allow good feel for the controls and allow the grip heaters to warm your hands, while the lightly insulated back helps to hold in the heat and protect your hands from cold rain and windchill. Glove Outershell Glove Lining Membrane Comfort/Features Safety Palm in goatskin Back in stretch fabric (75 polyamide, 15 polyurethane, 10 others) with leather detailing Pique push-pull lining (100 polyester) Upper part in GORE-TEX Thermoplush Fleece (100 polyester) GORE-TEX membrane, waterproof, windproof and breathable (100 polyester with 100 polyurethane coating) Velcro adjustment at wrists and cuffs Stretch fabric parts (100 polamide) on back Visor wiper Hard plastic knuckle protection, covered with leather Side of hand and ball of the thumb reinforced Side of hand reinforced with SUPERFABRIC brand material Double leather at palm 3M-SCOTCHLITE reflector piping
Prior cold weather insulated gloves I had left my hands sweaty and the glove interior moist, not good in cold weather riding. These Held gloves keep my hands warm and dry in the bitter cold. I have not tried them in the rain yet (not sure about this meaning of dry), but at 27 degrees with heated grips, I have no complaints, only compliments. They are comfortable with good control feel, and my hands stayed warm in abnormally cold riding conditions for a week, so they passed my tests! Good investment. Do not buy these if you do not have heated grips though, the palm facing side is non-insulated.
UClear HBC 100 Bluetooth Communicator The World's 1st Boomless mike Helmet Communicator. UClear HBC100 is developed with patented Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Technology to filter out wind noise and ambient noise from the sound that motorcycles produce. Equipped with Class 2 Bluetooth V2.1 technology, UClear allows riders to enjoy Hifi Stereo music with Audio/ Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) and Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) . Using Array microphones technology embedded into the earphones, It eliminates the need of a boom mike which has to be placed near or close to the lips for good communication. U-Clear HBC 100 Intercom Features Make mobile phone calls Listen and wirelessly control your music Voice Command call pickup (Say Pickup or Hello) Helmet to helmet intercom Auto loudness adjustment Patented Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology Unique wind filtering technique effective up to 238KM/h Concealed microphones, does not require boom microphones Ruggedized weather resistant design Powerful speakers ensure clarity under noisy conditions UClear is designed to be splash, rain, dust and snow resistant Hassle free installation DSP Algorithm Features Adaptive beam forming technology, noise suppression and echo cancellation Intelligent sweet spot, directed towards speaker's voice Detected speech signal enhancement Environment and background noise cancellation Bluetooth profiles supported Hands-Free Profile (HFP), Headset Profile (HSP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP), Intercom Profile Kit includes Kit includes HBC 100 Control Unit 2 Velcro mounted stereo headset speakers with embedded microphones Clip style and double sided tape metal mounting brackets 100 volt AC charger and USB charging cable Optional Audio Kit includes all parts needed to mount the HBC 100 control unit to another helmet (speakers and helmet mounts) General Specifications Talk time up to 10 hours Standby time Up to 2 weeks Battery type Rechargeable Li-Po Charging time 2 hours Bluetooth design Version 2.1, class 2 (EDR) Design type Rain and snow resistant Operating temperature 14F (-10C) to 140F (60C)
Is this a bike to bike unit or just bike to passenger?
Scorpion Magnum Gloves The Magnum Glove from Scorpion is a full-on racing glove built to survive severe abuse with a full, billowed gauntlet that fits snug around your sleeves as well as a dual closure wrist strap, you get a glove that stays on. Features High-durometer impact-absorbing EXO armor provides maximum defense Kwickwick liner External EXO armor on fingers, knuckles and thumb provides impact absorption Pre-curved fingers No-bunch synthetic leather palm Double layer leather at sides of hands Pull tabs for easy on and off
Teknic Xcelerator Gloves New for 2012! Features Racing glove with pre-curved fingers and palm New overlap finger construction for superior feel Super supple construction materials Airblade knuckle system Anterior and finger tunnel systems Knox Scaphoid protectors (Pat. Pending) Specific Carpal protection Stretch panel based 1, 2nd and 3rd finger for superior flexibility Upper Materials Premium Grade Japanese Drum Dyed Cowhide Palm Materials Natural 0.8mm Kangaroo Inner Materials 0.5mm 100 Kevlar breathable upper lining Unlined palm Armour / Padding type Vented PU knuckle protector with replaceable Airblade Vented PU finger protectors PU cuff protector Knox Scaphoid protectors Closed Cell Foam padding for metacarpal, pinkie, ulna, thumb, anterior and carpal protection 3.0mm 100 Kevlar palm and pinkie wrap reinforcements Specific Details Official DuPont Kevlar Licensed product Stretch panel based 1, 2nd and 3rd finger for superior flexibility Pre-curved fingers and palm Synthetic Suede grip panel Underside wrist strap system with protector flap Hook'n'loop cuff closure system Double-layered leather palm in critical areas Safety-Wrap pinkie system Notes These gloves tend to run about 1 size big (so if you normally would take an XL, consider ordering a LG). Also, the red stripe shown on the images and in the video has been eliminated from the current models.
Hey, so when i put the gloves on, my fingers don't reach the finger tip part of the gloves, and I am wondering if this is normal/Ok. It's a small.
If distance from finger tip to end of glove is longer than 3/8" go down one size, otherwise you need to take into account the additional length needed while hands are wrapped around grips. Your fingers should never touch then end of the gloves when trying on or they will be too small while in use. The 3/8" rule is pretty reliable.